Published: 21:23 BST, 15 February 2018 | Updated: 00:14 BST, 16 February 2018
She posed completely nude for the latest Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, a very special spread captured by a female photographer Taylor Ballantyne.
And to celebrate the shoot, Robyn Lawley attended the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit bash at the Moxy in New York City on Thursday night.
The 28-year-old model turned heads at the event, putting her ample cleavage on display in a revealing silver bra and matching off the shoulder dress.
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Silver siren! Model Robyn Lawley puts her ample cleavage on display in a metallic bra and matching dress as she attends Sports Illustrated Swimsuit bash in NYC
Marvelous in metallic: To accentuate the futuristic look, Robyn slicked her brunette locks back and opted for sultry makeup, including a smokey eye and nude lip
She teamed the very sexy ensemble with metallic strappy heels and a pair of silver drop earrings.
To accentuate the futuristic look, Robyn slicked her brunette locks back and opted for sultry makeup, including a smokey eye and nude lip.
In the latest Sports Illustrated issue, the Australian model poses nude alongside fellow stunner Hunter McGrady.
One powerful image shows Hunter wrapping her arms around Robyn's waist while Robyn covers her breasts with her hands.
Shining bright! She teamed the sexy ensemble with metallic strappy heels and a pair of silver drop earrings
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, Robyn, Sailor Brinkley Cook and Paulina Porizkova lead a cast of models who stripped down and turned their bodies into canvases covered with words that represent how they see themselves.
Each of the women has different words written across her body in black marker and the words signify what each woman feels about herself, allowing the models to express their own 'truth' in an empowering space.
I freakin love this shot!!!'' Robyn posted on her Instagram page, along with the stunning black and white image of her and Hunter.
Silver everywhere! It appears Robyn also dusted her chest with some silver powder
Turning heads: The glamazon certainly stood out at the event
It comes after the brunette recently spoke out a very different experience on another shoot.
She said she had her top taken off her and she objected to it, saying the situation that left her feeling 'shocked'.
Speaking to Be, the Sydney model revealed how one modelling job had been particularly difficult when someone she was working with on the set hadn't treated her with respect.
'I remember I got called a diva once when I had my top taken off me and I was kind of shocked by it,' she said.
Lets here it for the girls! Robyn poses alongside Paulina Porizkova, Taylor Ballantyne and Sailor Lee Brinkley-Cook left to right
Explaining the situation, her agent, Chelsea Bonner of Bella Management, told FEMAIL that the incident wasn't sexual, and it was just one person who made the whole shoot hard.
'There are a lot of big egos in this business and a lot of people who are treated badly themselves on the way up the ladder so they think it's normal practice to treat "up and comers" like dirt,' she said.
She continued: 'There are people who take it way too far because they have major issues themselves. All industries have these people but it's more prevalent in ours.'
Robyn, who has graced a number of international magazine covers including Vogue Italia, and has featured in numerous spreads for Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Marie Claire and Elle believes that inroads to change are being made - however slowly.
'It's those moments where you think: "wow I hope this changes one day", and I'm proud that it finally is,' she concluded.
Fun times: The foursome cuddled up on the red carpet