Robyn Lawley Height Weight Facts Age Body measurements

Robyn Lawley

Robyn Lawley fashion model

Birth Date

June 13, 1989



Sun Sign


Natural hair color

Light Brown

Eye color



6 ft 2 in | 188 cm

Robyn Lawley Bikini

Robyn Lawley Bikini

Body Measurements

36-32-42 in | 91.5-81-107 cm


74 kg | 163 pounds

Bra Size


Shoe size

9 US | 40 EU

Robyn Lawley Street Style

Robyn Lawley Street Style

Facts Age

Robyn Lawley was born in Girraween, New South Wales, Australia on June 13, 1989, is an Australian model. She began her modeling career at the age of 16. She signed with a "plus size" modeling agency Bella model management in Australia, at age of 18. She made her catwalk debut for One Stop Plus in 2011.

She is first plus size model to pose for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2015 also appeared in 2016 and 2018 editions.

Featured on the cover of Vogue Italia in June 2011.

She dating American lawyer Everest Schmidt, they have one daughter.

Her hobbies are kickboxing, yoga and running.

Best films

She played Raquel in comedy drama TV Movie Four Christmases and a Wedding (2017).

Editorials Covers

Sunday Style Australia, Cosmopolitan Australia, Maxim Australia, Marie Claire Australia, Cosmopolitan U.S., In Style Australia, Elle France, Galore, Cosmopolitan Mexico, The Sunday Times, Marie Claire France, Madison Magazine, French Revue de Modes, Vogue Italia.

Advertising campaigns

Appeared in advertising campaigns for Chantelle, Pantene, Clements Ribeiro, Mango, Marina Rinaldi, Barneys, Ralph Lauren, Calzedonia.

Fashion Shows

Walked runway for Ralph Lauren, Lane Bryant, Elena Mirò, One Stop Plus and SwimMiami runway in Miami, 2017.


Represented by agencies Wilhelmina New York, Paris New Madison, Milan Why Not Model Management, London Milk Management, Barcelona Francina Models, Stockholm MIKAs.

Robyn Lawley Hairstyle

Robyn Lawley Hairstyle


I can’t control my bone structure. I can’t get skinnier than my bones.

I grow my own vegetables and I exercise every day, if not three to four times a week. For me, it's kind of offensive when they tell us we're not fit.

Designers need to not be so fearful of using a few models that are a different size on the catwalk.

Why are we so focused on having the girl fit the clothes rather than the clothes fit the girls?

Models can be pretty insecure -- they're constantly being judged, but I just kept quietly working.

I wish I had a typical day, but every day is remarkably different for me right now. With all the travelling I do for work, it’s a new set and a new city most days!