Robyn Lawley Rocks The Swimsuit Spread In ‘Cosmopolitan’ Australia


A little while back we had an interesting discussion about the fashion industry, supermodels, photoshopping and body image. Karlie Kloss was the focus of our conversation, but PITNBR PeaButNutter was kind enough to point us all in the direction of the incomparable Robyn Lawley. Robyn graced the cover of Vogue in one of my favorite fashion shoots of all time, and I was so excited to see Robyn getting all sandy and sexified for this Cosmopolitan Australia swimsuit spread. Robyn was photographed for their November issue in the gorgeous Cook Islands’ Aitutaki Lagoon, and she’s rocking some amazing pieces that will make you long for summer… or a life on the Blue Lagoon. Or both. Peep the gallery for more! How ridiculously good does this woman look?


  • Stéfanie

    This baffles me as she is qualified as a “plus sized” model. Shouldn’t the very small models be qualified as small models and this one as regular sized? I mean, for crying out loud, this lady is beautiful and not even overweight. Having worked in the fashion industry, I never understood why you would choose very skinny girls to promote the clothes. While they make anything look great because they are so thin, it is most of the time misleading. When a regular person tries it on, it doesn’t fit well, and ends up usually not buying the piece. I think it takes talent to be able to dress all types of woman and not just drape a piece of fabric around a skinny amazon woman who’s gonna look great in anything or nothing, really.

    • Shannon

      Stéfanie, I def see where you’re coming from. I didn’t even refer to her as a plus-sized model because there is something really ridiculous about that way of thinking. She looks amazing, her body looks amazing. End of story!

  • Krissy

    I agree, she looks great! And Stéfanie makes a great point about the fashion industry using tiny models, and how they might actually sell more clothing if they used more relatable body types. Seeing models with no boobs tends to make me suspicious of how I would fit into the outfit when I see them in magazines and catalogs…I do gravitate toward clothing that is modeled by women whose features are a bit more similar to mine because it is easier to imagine how it would fit on me.