TV viewers across Canada were first introduced to Roxy Earle’s bold, fabulous, and life-of-the-party personality in the first season of Real Housewives of Toronto. ET Canada declared Roxy the “breakout star” of the show, and it has given Roxy an amazing platform to build her dream of making women feel confident and happy in the skin they’re in. Roxy is also an influential model, designer, and advocate.
Following the breakout success of RHOT, Roxy was catapulted into the world of fashion, quickly becoming known as a leader in the body positivity movement, and a fierce advocate for inclusive fashion.
Roxy knew that being “the body” of a brand wasn’t enough and set out to change the approach that retailers take to inclusive fashion by collaborating with her favourite brands to design size-inclusive collections focused on celebrating women of all sizes. Roxy has since collaborated with numerous brands, and launched multiple sold out collections.
Along with fashion, Roxy’s advocacy for body positivity has jump-started her speaking career. She’s also helped create the #MySizeRox social media movement that empowers women of all sizes to be confident with their bodies. Looking forward, Roxy is expanding her work beyond fashion to focus on digital health, wellness, and bringing to life her “Roxy Confidence Theory”, an approach she has created to achieve happiness through learned confidence.