Critics are calling the curvy model out for perpetuating an "unhealthy" lifestyle, but her fans love how real she is.
Inspired by her own journey to self-love, model Iskra Lawrence has created a makeover show to help others with "crippling insecurities" by addressing the things that make them view themselves in harmful ways.
If she could just grow these a little bigger, a stranger on the internet would think she's perfect.
Model Iskra Lawrence had a major Jessica Rabbit moment on the Cannes red carpet in a custom Justin Alexander gown.
Iskra Lawrence is known for being herself, unapologetically. But now the curvy model's mother Wilma, 50, is getting in on the act, starring alongside her 27-year-old daughter in Aerie's latest swimwear campaign.
Is there any treat more quintessentially summer than those Popsicle Firecracker ice pops? You know the ones: chaped like a rocket, with cherry red, white and blue flavors (what are the flavors of the blue and white?). Between the bright colors and the cooling effect of the popsicle, they're ...
Curvy model Iskra Lawrence posted a fun Instagram video, dancing to Demi Lovato’s hit song “Sorry Not Sorry” and sharing that she does not retouch her photos.
Jennie Runk, a plus-size model, is breaking down barriers in the fashion industry. Last night marked the premiere of the new EPIX documentary Straight/Curve, a film looking into the influencers working hard to redefine modern beauty standards and promote body diversity.
Coach Rob wants to be the male version of Ashley Graham. "That’s my goal. That’s how successful I want to be."
Iskra Lawrence is giving major vavavoom vibes. The model and body-positive activist known, among other things, for her extensive work in the Photoshop-free Aerie campaign, shared a photo of herself in a bright red Prabal Gurung dress on Instagram Tuesday afternoon. Posing next to a full-length mirror and in front of the New York City skyline, Lawrence holds a photo of herself in said red Prabal dress in one hand and a gold clutch in the other.
This summer (though it still seems to be ages away) it could be Aerie’s Super Scoop One Piece Swimsuit. Aerie’s models have been rocking the look on social media, pretty much making the rest of us want to run to the stores to pick one up. Iskra Lawrence, Aerie model and body activist has recently taken to social media to alert folks that it’s back in stock.
Many models cite their troubled industry as a source of body image issues. The impossible standards that models are expected to uphold from a young age take a toll, often resulting in eating disorders and low self-esteem.
Model Iskra Lawrence encourages women to embrace their bodies and speak out against body shaming. While Iskra Lawrence started her career as a model, she’s set herself apart in the industry by becoming a body positive advocate.
“I didn’t want my first runway to be a plus-sized show,” Iskra Lawrence, on walking for Chromat at New York Fashion Week.