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Australian model creates swimwear line for plus-size women
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Jul '13
Offering a fine swimwear solution for plus-size women, Australian model Robyn Lawley is set to launch a line of colourful swimsuits including bikinis in plus-size in August this year.
 
The 24-year old plus-size model has created the eight-piece line while keeping fuller-figured women in mind, and has features like soft folds around the leg openings, a high-waist bottom that can be adjusted or folded as per requirement.
 
The collection includes a blue and purple leopard-print bikini, structured tops with architectural straps and also a series of retro silhouettes in super stretchy material, with pleating, rousing and darts in specific areas.
 
The one-piece and two-piece bikinis even have powermesh lining that effectively manages the troubled tummy area, which comes out apparently in tight costumes.
 
The bathsuits designed by the model would be available in the size ranging from 8 to 18.
 
Ms. Lawley who was in news last year for being the first-ever plus-sized model to feature in a Ralph Lauren campaign, even plans to expand her line to include extended sizes and even other kinds of apparels in future.
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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