TALK ABOUT THE BODY LAN­GUAGE

The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) - - News - KARLIE RUTHERFORD

THEY present a breath­tak­ing body of work, but not ev­ery image is as shapely as so­cial me­dia sug­gests for the coun­try’s top mod­els.

El­yse Knowles, Elle Fer­gu­son, Robyn Law­ley, Sa­man­tha Har­ris and Bianca Cheah were cap­tured be­hind-the-scenes by our pho­tog­ra­pher as they saun­tered around Bondi Ice­bergs yes­ter­day do­ing an un­der­wear shoot for Bras N Things’ new Body Bliss Luxe range. But Har­ris wasn’t wor­ried.

“At the end of the day, when you’re shoot­ing for two to three hours, you’re go­ing to get some un­flat­ter­ing an­gles,” she said.

“You never see bad im­ages on so­cial me­dia these days. They are all fil­tered, so I’m happy there are some not per­fect ones out there.

“It doesn’t faze me (what peo­ple say about my body shape). I’m happy and con­fi­dent in my­self.

“This cam­paign is about em­brac­ing so many body types,” she said.

Pic­ture: Justin Lloyd

El­yse Knowles, Elle Fer­gu­son, Robyn Law­ley, Sa­man­tha Har­ris and Bianca Cheah at an un­der­wear shoot yes­ter­day.

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