Foto: Instagram (iskra)

/ 45 / brooklynskyfrajer
Krása má rôzne merítka. Táto modelka to dobre vie a využíva naplno.

Volá sa Iskra Lawrence, pochádza z Británie a pri prvom pohľade si na nej nevšimnete nič nezvyčajné. Teda samozrejme okrem jej neskonalého pôvabu. Iskra sa zaoberá pozitívnym myslením, bojuje proti poruche príjmu potravy a bráni sa predsudkom. Modelkou túžila byť už dávno, no jej postava to nedovoľovala. Na modelku bola príliš veľká a na plus size, zas nemala dostatočné krivky. A tak sa rozhodla bojovať za to, že každé telo je krásne. A začala to šíriť hashtagom #EveryBODYisBeautiful, ten zožal nesmiernu slávu. Mimo toho, že pôsobí ako modelka v New Yorku, zaberá sa aj fashion vlogmi a je reprezentantkou organizácie NEDA (Národná Asociácia Poruchy Príjmu Potravy).

Nezáleží na tom čo si obliekate alebo ako vyzeráte. Všetky tvary sú krásne. No modelky, ktoré zastávajú toto stanovisko a bojujú zaň, aby sa stal vedomosťou si častokrát prejdú kadečím. Nevynímajúc internetovú šikanu a hlúpe urážky. A to je ďalšia z vecí proti, ktorej je Iskra odhodlaná bojovať a musíme podotknúť, že sa jej darí a robí to tým najpríjemnejším spôsobom. Veď posúďte sami.

☠️ Sunday slay in my custom @duppysquadron jacket? ? @gavinglave thanks for never retouching me love seeing my ?⚡️ #iskralawrence #everyBODYisbeautiful

A post shared by i s k r a (@iskra) on

Just one more for the hell of it ? Thanks for the ? @jbadou

A post shared by i s k r a (@iskra) on

??? @fashionnova bomber By @gavinglave #NOretouching #everyBODYisbeautiful

A post shared by i s k r a (@iskra) on

Lil roll big love? . Jeans @simplybeuk crop @nakedwardrobe ? #everyBODYisbeautiful

A post shared by i s k r a (@iskra) on

Your fat rolls are beautiful? ⬆️I made a video about them (link in my bio)⬆️ And the reason we have been lead to believe they aren't is because we don't see them in the media unless someone's being shamed for weight gain or ridiculed for their body. This is NOT the truth and not OK. Having rolls of skin / fat that are soft / squidgy or big / small does not define your beauty. I wanted to show you how my body looks when I'm relaxed and when I'm posing right next to each other so you can see how easy it is to manipulate how a body looks. (I filmed myself doing this for you on my YouTube) As a model in the industry 13years I've seen nearly all the pics chosen of me for lingerie & swimwear shoots are the ones where my stomach looks flattest. Which for a long time lead me to believe that's how I should look. Because even if I did happen to have a few shots where I'm in a position you can see back fat or rolls someone had decided it's more "beautiful" "aspirational" or will inspire more customers to buy the product if those so called "flaws" don't exist. But things are changing I remember the first time I saw curvier models in editorials with their rolls and back fat and I remember the first time I shot with @aerie and they wanted me to not pose but be real and just myself. Then when I saw my first campaign with them and I could see my unretouched body – pics with rolls / back fat I'm not gonna lie I was shocked. That quickly turned into joy because they made me feel good enough and knew that those "flaws" didn't mean I wasn't beautiful in fact showing that their models didn't have to be "flawless" was incredibly empowering. So thank you #AerieReal and everyone who created the movement it's not just game changing but life changing ILY? And that's why when I started my insta about 3years ago I created the #everyBODYisbeautiful bc we are more than the sum of our perfections we are all beautiful equal souls living in imperfectly perfect bodies.

A post shared by i s k r a (@iskra) on

This Sunday I posted my weekly Self-Care video (link to watch in my bio?) Discussing #BodyGoals I wanted to talk about the fact that some ppl are against using the hashtag because it is seen as celebrating the aspiration for our bodies to look a certain way. This has been perpetuated by the fact that when you search through pics on social media many that are tagged #BodyGoal etc show mainly white, slim, toned, cis-gendered, airbrushed bodies. However, instead of letting this continue what if we try to challenge this? Imagine if we began to tag ourselves / images / messages that actually celebrate our bodies for the fact they are our homes, that diversity is beautiful and that we are imperfectly perfect? The comments on my video suggest instead of avoid and ignore this, be part of the change and as well as using #BodyGoals also start a new movement potentially of #WEareBodyGoals or #IamBodyGoals and redefine what that means? So instead of in future seeing a group of images with that hashtag that are exclusionary & potentially triggering, we see that there is No one type of body goal and maybe challenge their perception of what that even means?! Because there really is so many more amazing aspects to our bodies than just it's physical appearance. I'd love for you to comment your opinion below when you've watched the vid, thank you to everyone who contributed in the comments on my channel I love reading them and learning from you all❤️✨? #everyBODYisbeautiful #noRetouching Wearing all @aerie #AerieReal

A post shared by i s k r a (@iskra) on


Pozri aj: Nike vypustil do sveta prvú plus-size kolekciu športového oblečenia, ktoré aj ženám s pár kilami navyše dodá sebavedomie


Komentovať (0)