16 plus size models that revolutionized the beauty world
Options:105−80−115, height 174 cm, 50−52-th size.
Career:Marina, after graduating from Novosibirsk State University, moved to America under the program Work and Travel. The girl loved fashion, but was not going to become a model. On one of the shootings, where Bulatkina was an assistant, she was advised to try herself as a plus size model. But Marina decided to first give birth to a son, and a month later she signed the first model contract.
In the star portfolio - shooting for Century 21, Bare Nessecities, Walmart, Kohl’s, and many others, also in Russia, Marina managed to work with fashion brands.
About the body:"Every girl, regardless of size, should go in for sports."
Parameters: 99−78−104, height 188 cm, 50th size.
Career:At the age of 15, Robin first came to the model agency, but because of her age, she didn’t sign a model contract with her. A year later, Lawley returned, and so began her career.However, only at the age of 18 the model moved to the rank of plus size models, having signed a contract with Bella model management, an Australian agency that specializes in working with non-standard models. For the history of the Australian magazine Vogue, Robin was the first plus size model that appeared on the pages of gloss. The portfolio stars - countless fashion shots, contracts with the most expensive brands and fashion magazines.
By the way, not so long ago, Robin Lawley urged women not to be shy of those extra pounds and skin defects that appear after childbirth.
The model laid out an intimate snapshot after childbirth, on which the results of pregnancy are clearly visible: there are pronounced stretch marks on Robin’s belly.
“I was shocked when I found out that some women have an abortion in order to avoid stretch marks ... I know how they scoff at fat girls, and they intimidate me when I got pregnant with the fact that I can’t work anymore,” to the public Lawley.
About the body:"We put a lot of effort into pushing and discussing the appearance and standards of women, when there are many other important things in the world."