Model Diana is trying to encourage other women to embrace their curves.
Model Diana is trying to encourage other women to embrace their curves.

Plus model recreates Gigi nude shoot

FOR plus-size model Diana Sirokai, it's not the catwalk that counts - it's the copycatwalk.

The 155cm, 82kg beauty has become a web wonder by stripping off for her own versions of famous celeb poses - such as this interpretation of Gigi Hadid's nude photoshoot for shoe designer Stuart Weitzman's spring collection.

I was just wondering how a Model My Size would look on this 📸 @photo_karizza

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Wearing nothing but black ankle boots, Londoner Diana, 21, copied the US model's pose by sitting on the floor with an arm wrapped around her bust and one leg tucked beneath the other - sparking 23,000 Instagram likes in just a week.

She said: "Gigi is such a stunning young woman. I think her beauty is mesmerising and a lot of girls that look up to her feel like they could never be like that."

WE ARE BOTH WOMEN with DIFFERENT BODIES ❤️ #Slay. @photo_karizza

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Sirokai has also treated her 548,000 Instagram followers to a sultry snap of herself recreating a classic Kim Kardashian swimsuit image.

Them Morning get readies 😍 #M1CSize18

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In it she posed in a skimpy one-piece outfit similar to Kim's and captioned her post: "WE ARE BOTH WOMEN with DIFFERENT BODIES." Thousands of positive comments quickly flooded in from around the world.

Here we've brought you a couple of Diana's best shots - and now we challenge you to have a go and enter the catwalk clone zone too.

 

This article originally appeared on The Sun and has been republished with permission.



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