An Australian model has called for people to boycott the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show for its lack of diversity.
Robyn Lawley spoke to The Daily Telegraph about her movement, saying that every time she watches the show she feels that there's not enough "inclusivity".
"I've felt like s**t every year looking at that show. I shouldn't have to feel that way.
"Where's the inclusivity? Where's the diversity? The perfection is intense.
"I want actual cellulite on a catwalk, I want girls to be relatable."
Robyn explained that she decided to boycott the famous fashion show herself after she realised her daughter had inherited her curvier body shape.
"The fact that it affected me so much growing up and we are all compared to what is deemed 'perfection,' I don't want her to have to experience that."
Two Australian models have been picked to walk the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show this year.
Duckie Thot, who has been on the Australian fashion scene for many years now, will walk the catwalk for the first time alongside Kelly Gale, who will be walking in the show for the fifth time.