LaTonia Robinson began her modeling career at the invitation of Head Designer/Owner, Nina Verklas for the House of “Bambina by NV” during Fashion Week Tampa Bay in 2010. It was from that experience that she found a new way to truly enjoy the evolution of fashion, and why she decided to become a voice for women of a curvier disposition.
LaTonia began to research the fashion industry in greater detail and learned what it would take to become a full-fledged plus size model. She went on to master her runway skills, alluring poise, and the art of a captivating smize.
When LaTonia reemerged in 2013, it was with a natural hair look that has undoubtedly become her signature brand. She has walked the runway as Plus Size Model for numerous fashion shows including SuStyle Xpo in Puerto Rico (2017), Full Figured Fashion Week in New York (2015 and 2014), New York Fashion Week SS 2015 for Betty Jean Couture, as well as, local runway shows in the Tampa Florida area including Christian Fashion Week, St. Pete Art & Fashion Week, Haute Accessories Fashion Week, Embrace Your Curves, and many more. LaTonia has participated as a model for various television programing on major networks such as WFLA-NBC, CNN Latino, Telemundo, and WWSB ABC 7.
Her contributions within the fashion industry also include her blog / vlog, "The Mind of a Model". Here she express's her thoughts about any and everything from the world of fashion to arts and entertainment.
LaTonia has also expanded her reach and diversified her talent portfolio to now include acting. Her official debut was in April 2018 on the big stage as a Principal character, Jaqueline Jones in "L'Artiste. It's French". A New Play by Joi Banks for Millenials, Artists, Fashion Lovers, Entrepreneurs and Dreamers.
She has since expanded her acting career to include such Short Films as: Ask Aldo (2019), Tomorrow (2019), The Shituation (2018), Susan (2018), and Harvester (2018).
Ms. Robinson continues to entertain audiences and is proud to be a part of history in the making as she lays the foundation of her legacy.