View Full Version : Lorna Roberts is Taking Shape

22nd August 2005, 02:10
<br>We are thrilled to announce that the first Australian print campaign starring Bella Models' exciting British import, Lorna Roberts, has just been released.

And the results are absolutely stunning.

Plus-size retailer Taking Shape was the company that lucked into featuring Ms. Roberts in her debut Australian promotion, and full-figure fashion in the land down under may never be the same.

The attire is sophisticated, the campaign elegant, and because this is <i>Lorna Roberts</i> (the dream goddess of every young lad in Britain and its colonies, as demonstrated in the Busted music video in which she starred), the photographs are also extremely alluring.<p><center><img src="http://www.judgmentofparis.com/lr/ts01.jpg"></center><p>In fact, Australia seems to agree with Ms. Roberts, because she looks even more curvaceous in this campaign than she did in her most recent Marks and Spencer shoot.

You can view the Taking Shape catalogue by clicking on the link below, and then selecting the "Collection" button from the options on the left side of the screen.

<a href="http://www.takingshape.com.au/index1.htm" target="_blank">Click to proceed to Taking Shape 14+, Australia</a>

We eagerly look forward to seeing more triumphs by this sensational model in her newly-adopted homeland.

4th September 2005, 18:53
I just wanted to let all Lorna fans know that the Taking Shape site has been updated with many of the images from the catalogue viewable at a larger size, in the "Click to buy" section. Lorna has always been one of the sexiest plus-size models - her figure is stunningly curvy - and it's thrilling to see her doing so well in Australia. The longer hair adds so much to her look.


7th November 2005, 00:54
The new Summer catalogue (yes, it's heading towards summer in Australia - don't you envy them?) is out now at Taking Shape, with many new images of Lorna Roberts.


The apparel is still a little conservative compared to the great things that are happening in North America (camis, lace, ruffles), but the accessories are unique, and it's great to see Lorna doing so well in Australia.