Ridiculously revealing slit highlighted this model's cellulite on the red carpet

Elise Solé
Yahoo Lifestyle

The size-12 British model attended the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles wearing a long, black, asymmetrical dress with a waist-high slit that revealed a flash of hip and thigh.

Iskra Lawrence made a point to reveal her cellulite on the red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. (Photo: Getty Images)

Lawrence, 27, posted photos of the look on Twitter and Instagram on Monday, writing, “Cell-U-lit up the red carpet.”


Lawrence draws attention to her supposed “flaws” like it’s a full-time job. In September, she posted an Instagram tutorial on seven different ways models are posed to appear slimmer. “I wanted to get super real and show u how drastically and instantly ppl can change how they look simply by posing!” she wrote on Instagram about the before-and-after slideshow, a collaboration between Fashion for All and Elle magazine. “Let alone good lighting, high-quality cameras, and Photoshop!”

EXPOSING all the model poses on the gram in this weeks self-care Sunday video ▶️(Link to watch in my bio) Swipe to see 6 of the 7 before and after that I show in real time in my video➡️ Please watch the video to understand these series of pics I wanted to get super real and show u how drastically and instantly ppl can change how they look simply by posing! Let alone good lighting, high quality cameras and photoshop! I've talked about this a lot in the past but in this video I show you 7 ways in which posing can dramatically change how we look. I'm super excited to share this with you, I myself still pose and there's nothing wrong with moving your body in ways you feel most comfortable or confident but let's be honest and show the actual process. I've been modelling 14years so I learnt some stuff I want to share with you all. Because life's not perfect, social media lives aren't Perfect and neither are us or our bodies. And that's exactly how it's meant to be! Because we are all imperfectly perfect and 100% unique. So s/o to all the real ones who keep it celebrate every single inch of pinkcandyfloss you and who you are! I hope you enjoy this video, thank you so much to @elleusa #FashionForAll and @youtube for making this possible. —– What I'm wearing: @aerie bralette @americaneagle jeans @ph5official bodysuit in the vid @tai_jewelry hoops —— And to clarify non of these pictures have been retouched or photoshopped! #aeriereal —— Free online screening tools to help identify eating disorders available @NEDA website. www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/screening-tool

A post shared by i s k r a (@iskra) on Sep 25, 2017 at 8:32am PDT


Over the summer, she posted an Instagram video of herself dancing on a Santa Monica beach with the caption, “Sorry, not sorry … I don’t play. I said I don’t retouch or Photoshop the pics I post of me years ago. And I’m a woman of my word. So you can talk about something else now, pretty sure there’s MUCH more important things to talk about.”

Lawrence continued: “If we stopped picking each other’s bodies apart we wouldn’t have so many body-image issues. And I’ll stay out here feelin’ like a 10 no matter what anyone says.”


The model also expressed approval for photos that aren’t retouched, writing on a photo snapped that day, “Grateful I don’t hate my legs anymore, grateful I see their strength and appreciate my body’s capabilities. Also, I realize I’m highly privileged but damn I love seeing pap pics that aren’t retouched and some of those [tiger] stripes. Because I don’t believe anyone needs retouching — why I don’t ever Photoshop my own pics.”

In addition, Lawrence has strong feelings about the word label “plus-size model.” In December 2017, when the Independent ran the headline “Plus-size model Iskra Lawrence is the picture of body confidence as she hits the beach in Miami,” the model did a quick edit for her Twitter followers, retweeting the headline while omitting the term “plus-size.”


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