Iskra Lawrence Biography
Iskra Lawrence born Iskra Arabella Lawrence is a British plus-size model. She is represented by JAG Models and Models for modeling work and the United Talent Agency for entertainment and talent.
Iskra Lawrence Age
She was born on 11 September 1990, Kidderminster, England. She is 28years as of 2018.
Iskra Lawrence Height
Iskra stands at a height of 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
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Iskra Lawrence Husband
Lawrence is still single which means neither married nor has a husband or boyfriend in her life yet. There are no previous histories identifying with her dating issues, beaus and any sort of relationship. There is talk that Iskra Lawrence is dating Andre Wisdom as her boyfriend who is an English footballer. It is likewise heard that they have been seeing each other for a while. Be that as it may, Iskra Lawrence has not unveiled with whom she is dating or whom she will get hitched to. She jumps at the chance to keep her own issue mystery and out of the media center. Most likely this dazzling model will report her own life soon transparently.
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Iskra Lawrence Accolades
In 2016, Lawrence was chosen as one of BBC’s World’s 100 Women, and in 2017 she was one of the seven women chosen for World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts Great Girl Leaders. Lawrence was listed in the ‘multi-hyphenates’ category of the 2017 Maxim HOT 100.
In 2019 Lawrence was named in the Forbes 30 Under 30 for Europe within the Art & Culture category. In their centennial year Malvern St James school recognised Lawrence as one of their Malvern Alumnae 100 “Celebrating the talent and diversity of Malvern Old Girls. Inspiring the women of the future.”
Iskra Lawrence Net Worth
Lawrence net worth. Iskra Lawrence’s net worth has accumulated to approximately $400,000, according to Net Worth Bio, which also revealed that she is paid a salary of over $100,000.
Iskra Lawrence Philip Payne
Iskra shared a loved up snap with boyfriend Philip Payne as they celebrated their first Valentine’s Day together on Thursday.
The model, 28, looked nothing short of sensational in the snap where she cosied up next to her other half.
She donned a black, lace top wit a plunging neckline and a matching, figure-hugging black skirt.
Letting her blonde locks hang loose down her shoulders, Iskra smiled broadly as she leaned in next to the musician who was dressed casually in a black jumper and matching jeans.
Alongside the snap, Iskra wrote: ‘With you everyday is Valentines. Thank you for valuing me for all that I am
‘And loving me in the most pure, honest, passionate way. Love you P.A.P.’
The curvy beauty confirmed her romance with Philip in January with a shot of romantic photo of the pair posted to her Instagram account.
She wrote: ‘But this is our love story and for the first time ever I’m posting my man…even though it’s scary allowing something so pure and private to be out in social media for the whole world to pick apart and judge, I don’t care and I want to share us with the world.’
However, Iskra also revealed that despite receiving ‘so much love and support’, the couple were subjected to ‘hate and racism’.
Encouraging her followers to be kind, the stunning model then shared her own poem promoting kindness.
She said: ‘Today is #hellotokindness @hellomag I’ve had such mixed feelings this week, so much love and support when for the first time in my life I shared my relationship online.
‘But the fears I had came true when @philipapayne and I started receiving targeting hate and racism. So here’s a poem I’ve written to share my feelings and spread some kindness – I hope you will share it too.’
Iskra confirmed her romance last month with an Instagram post where she spoke of her desire to share her love for Philip with the world.
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🚀Omw to London to speak @wemovement all about how embracing who you are is your real super power. And sharing my 15year journey in the modelling industry to get where I am today. Using all the rejection and no’s and ridged industry ideals to fuel my drive to change the rules not change myself to fit them. This is why I do what I do and I’m grateful for the platform to speak to young girls like I was and wish I’d have been told I was enough just as I am, all of you coming to WE day thank you for working hard and grabbing tickets for tomorrow🙏 can’t wait to meet you all and give you squeezes🥰 . #outfit @marni styled by @scotlouie #makeup @sashaglasser #hair @alexthaohair . #ootd #style #captainmarvel #weday #wemovement #notanad
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Why We All Need Vision Boards and Safe Spaces, According to Iskra Lawrence
BYRDIE UK: To outsiders and your Instagram followers, you appear as a super-confident, bright and inspiring woman—but have you always felt this confident?
ISKRA LAWRENCE: No, I definitely haven’t always felt confident. Confidence is something that even when you think you have it figured out you can still have a day when you feel like you’ve lost it all and you can be in a really dark place. I now focus a lot of my time on self-care and figuring out what makes me happy and what makes me feel worthy, and I’ve found that honestly, it’s the more time I spend on other people—being there for my friends, giving out good energy—the more I feel value and worth. More than any [magazine] cover or anything I do work-wise. I also think self-validation is so important and taking ownership of your own goals and aspirations. If you have all of your confidence, love and attention held in the hands of someone else and then they disappear or something happens, you’re left with nothing. You’ve got to be able to hold all of that power in yourself.
BYRDIE UK: You’ve become a role model to so many women around the world. How does that responsibility make you feel?
IL: It can be scary at times. I’m very, very conscious of it and of how I speak because I’m so aware that people can be fragile, especially online. It’s so easy to just post something that could then offend someone, so I definitely take it very seriously. But I think it’s also the most rewarding thing I’ve ever done. I love knowing I can potentially inspire somebody or even just make someone smile or make them realise that they’re good enough.
BYRDIE UK: You’re obviously a kickass businesswoman, but do you ever find yourself procrastinating? And if so, how do you get yourself back on track?
IL: Weirdly, my procrastination isn’t really anything. It’s not even going on to social media; it’s just running around like a headless chicken and managing to be late for something. This year, I’m really taking the issue seriously by investing in a house with more space so I can really organize myself—generally when I procrastinate, it’s because I’m disorganized and just panicking a little, and all I need to do is breathe and take my time. Meditation helps. The weird thing about meditation is the less time you think you have for yourself, the more you need to make time for yourself. Just taking 10 minutes to just sit there, no phone getting in the way really makes you realise that time goes slower than you think. When you’re on your phone or running around doing things, a minute feels like 10 seconds, but when you’re meditating, it slows everything down.
BYRDIE UK: Your approach to fitness and health is really refreshing. What advice would you give to anyone feeling a bit unmotivated or disheartened about the whole culture surrounding fitness?
IL: Remember that you’re doing this for yourself and nobody else. You should enjoy it. If you’re not enjoying it, maybe you haven’t found what you like yet. It’s so important to try new things. Take boxing, for example—one of my best friends used to hate the gym and never wanted to go, but then she found boxing and now she can’t get enough. She finds it super empowering. It’s definitely about listening to what you enjoy. Don’t force yourself to go. And keep trying new things. It could be something simple like a dance class or hiking with your friends, or it could be something at home.
BYRDIE UK: Your new app puts a great amount of weight on creating a safe space. Why do you think that’s so necessary right now?
IL: I mean women are just being attacked left, right and centre right now, and not just for the way we look, but also for the way we portray ourselves. And women have gone through a lot this past year. And so I think for women to feel like they can put themselves out there, it’s going to take a safety net. We all need to feel valued and good enough, so that’s why there has to be a safe space, which I’ve tried to provide with my app. Deep down, we all want to feel good and know how to look after ourselves, so the app allows you to do that with no guilt around it. It just offers tools and advice to help with how to move your body and how to nourish your body.
BYRDIE UK: When you first wake up, what do you do?
IL: Water. Like, literally, a lot of water. It wakes me up. I’m one of those people who as soon as my alarm goes off, I’m up. So I think the water helps wake me up and refreshes me. And I make a conscious decision for my phone not to be the first thing I do. It will be water and the brushing my teeth or opening my blinds. It will not be my phone. I refuse to give it that much power over myself.
BYRDIE UK: You’re very big on self-care. What does that term mean to you?
IL: Self-care means investing time into yourself, and it looks different for every single person. It’s finding out what makes you feel zen, happy and confident. My friend Hannah is obsessed with baths, so for her, running a bath and lighting candles are the little things she does for her and nobody else, and she’ll spend that time with herself. I love going to the cinema, cooking and playing board games. All of those things are still taking time out. Think about what you did for yourself in 2017, not for work, not for Instagram, not for anyone else, just something for you. It could be bird-watching—I don’t care. It’s that investment in yourself.
BYRDIE UK: What’s your go-to exercise for when you need to fight stress?
IL: I mean, I love yoga. I think for me it’s a great stress-buster, as I don’t think of anything else except my breathing and my poses while I do it. For me personally, I just can’t feel stressed whilst doing yoga. Maybe you don’t feel like that with yoga or a new exercise you’ve just started, as it can be stressful constantly thinking Am I doing this right? Just start slowly. Any good yoga teacher will say if you have to do child’s pose for the entire session, it’s okay.
BYRDIE UK: Do you set yourself goals?
IL: At the start of every year, I create a vision board for the things I want to work on or achieve and a Powerpoint presentation breaking things down into smaller, more achievable goals. Then throughout the year, I always look back and check in on the progress I’ve made. I totally believe in setting intentions, but we do have to work to achieve them. The saying goes “Dream, believe, achieve,” but the way I see it, it’s more “Dream, believe, hustle, achieve.”
This year, one of my main goals is to tackle the beauty industry and bring more body positivity to this space. I want to see more realistic bodies in beauty campaigns and all of those things because we all want to feel great and we all want lovely shiny hair or whatever it might be and so I would love to bring a bit of realness to that. I also have some business goals and getting more involved in product development with the brands I work with like Aerie. Oh, and I’m buying a house, so that’s on my vision board.
BYRDIE UK: Finally, if you could give our readers just one piece of advice for excelling in 2018, what would it be?
IL: I think it’s about defining who you are. That’s not to say that you know it all and that it can’t change, but figuring out who you are is so important because the only way you will succeed is in trying to be the best you—because no one else can be you. When you know exactly who you are, and when you’re in your own lane, it frees you from competition and jealousy and feeling inferior because you’re just being you. And do it unapologetically. Make those decisions and say yes, but also find the strength to say no.
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