Robyn Lawley wows in a vibrant electric blue dress at a film premiere in Los Angeles

She never puts a foot wrong when it comes to looking fabulous on the red carpet.

And on Tuesday, Australian model Robyn Lawley was dressed to impress as she attended the premiere of Eating Our Way To Extinction at Wisdome LA, in Los Angeles.

The 32-year-old flaunted her statuesque physique in a vibrant electric blue midi-length frock. 

Beauty in blue: Robyn Lawley flaunted her statuesque figure in a vibrant electric blue dress at a film premiere in Los Angeles on Tuesday

Beauty in blue: Robyn Lawley flaunted her statuesque figure in a vibrant electric blue dress at a film premiere in Los Angeles on Tuesday

Her wrap dress featured a plunging V-neckline with a belt around the waist.

She teamed the look with fun cherry-print pumps, a sparkling purse and crystal necklace around.

The brunette beauty kept her make-up minimal with a light lashing of mascara and a cherry lip colour.

Glamorous: Her wrap dress featured a plunging V-neckline with a belt around the waist. She accessorised with a sparkling purse and crystal necklace around

Glamorous: Her wrap dress featured a plunging V-neckline with a belt around the waist. She accessorised with a sparkling purse and crystal necklace around

Stunning: The brunette beauty kept her make-up minimal with a light lashing of mascara and a cherry lip colour

Stunning: The brunette beauty kept her make-up minimal with a light lashing of mascara and a cherry lip colour

Robyn has previously spoken about embracing the scars on her body after falling down a 2.1-metre staircase while suffering a lupus-related seizure, back in 2018. 

She explained to Yahoo! in March that she is proud of her scars because they are a sign of her strength after surviving the fall.

‘I wear [my scars] with honour because I survived that accident,’ the Sports Illustrated model said.

‘I could’ve died… I fell so hard on that staircase, I could have broken my neck.’

She's a survivor: Robyn has previously spoken about embracing the scars on her body after falling down a 2.1-metre staircase while suffering a lupus-related seizure, back in 2018

She’s a survivor: Robyn has previously spoken about embracing the scars on her body after falling down a 2.1-metre staircase while suffering a lupus-related seizure, back in 2018

Made of tough stuff: She explained to Yahoo! in March that she is proud of her scars because they are a sign of her strength after surviving the fall. 'I wear [my scars] with honour because I survived that accident,' the Sports Illustrated model said

Made of tough stuff: She explained to Yahoo! in March that she is proud of her scars because they are a sign of her strength after surviving the fall. ‘I wear [my scars] with honour because I survived that accident,’ the Sports Illustrated model said 

Robyn, who was diagnosed with lupus in 2015, was left with severe bruising and a lightening bolt-shaped scar in the centre of her forehead.

She also told News Hub at the time that she faced ‘extra scrutiny’ as a fashion model because of her fall.

‘As a fashion model, I face extra scrutiny now, not only because of my size but because of my disability and facial scarring,’ she said.

‘I could remove the facial scarring. However, I ask the question: why? Why are we obsessed with perfection, when our world resembles a different picture?’ 

Marked: Robyn, who was diagnosed with lupus in 2015, was left with severe bruising and a lightening bolt-shaped scar in the centre of her forehead. She said: 'I could remove the facial scarring. However, I ask the question: why? Why are we obsessed with perfection'

Marked: Robyn, who was diagnosed with lupus in 2015, was left with severe bruising and a lightening bolt-shaped scar in the centre of her forehead. She said: ‘I could remove the facial scarring. However, I ask the question: why? Why are we obsessed with perfection’ 

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