Model Robyn Lawley attended the recent ASPCA animal charity gala at Bergh Ball in New York City and supermodel represented fabulously for plus-size women. The Australian born model who is now based in New York City has been an outspoken advocate for the use of plus-size women on model runways and in magazines and many consider her to be one of the leaders of convincing designers to provide clothes in all sizes.
At the gala she looked stunning as she wore a white Lane Bryant strapless silk dress with her brown hair in long, bouncy curls and she made sure to share some of the pictures of herself on social media. Her sensational look will very likely attract even more potential clients to her ever growing list of fashion designers and companies wanting her to be an ambassador for their products.
Over the past four months she has appeared on the cover of three Cosmopolitan magazine covers in Australia, the United States and Mexico and her popularity within the fashion industry shows no signs of abating despite the fact that she is one of the most vocal critics of the impact fashion designers have on the health of many women.
However, she is not only a model but also a savvy entrepreneur as she operates the popular food blog 'Robyn Lawley Eats' which has no shortage of readers and has food companies looking at her blog as one of the great potential places to advertise.
Her stunning model appearance at the ASPCA animal charity gala showed that she is one of the top models in the fashion industry and someone whose popularity is reaching such an extent that she will likely soon be receiving entreaties from film and television producers and directors to become part of their projects.
Robyn Lawley is a star within the fashion industry and considering the attention she is receiving from the media, it looks like her star has only just begun to rise.