Thursday, May 17, 2012

Skinny Models May Lose Their Jobs



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I am so happy that Vogue have announced that they will banned models who are appear to have an eating disorder just to maintain their weight from all of its edition worldwide. Let's face it models of today are all super thin in fact Kate Upton who have a superb sexy body are having a hard time to get booked in a runway because some agents think that she is overweight. And in reality very few only of the population around the world has a size of zero if it's not a model, wait is that size exist at all?

Tyra Banks, Victoria Secret's
Tyra Banks in Victoria Secret runway back in 1998
Now Tyra Banks are celebrating with this Vogue's decision, according to her at the age of 17 with a size of 4 she probably can't get to her positions right now, she will have a hard time getting book and have a career in fashion modelling plus her multi-million production company of reality series "America's Next Top Model" doesn't exist at all. In her open letter to models published in "The Daily Beast" "When I started modeling, I used to see models who seemed unhealthy backstage at fashion shows. They appeared to be abusing their bodies to maintain a certain weight." Banks added that in the middle of her career in modelling she deprive herself for not eating at all in order to get the job.

Today, Israeli lawmakers have banned skinny models from catwalks, ads, billboards with a legislation that modelling jobs are  not for models whose body mass index are below 18.5, well who can fit also on the dress they wore if a regular size of an individual are far more than they market it. Isn't this a good news to all of us?

Kate Upton body close to losing the deal for Victoria Secret
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30 comments:

  1. Finally! I don't even understand why they like being so skinny. Thanks to Tyra Banks!

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  2. I may be skinny but not as skinny as those models in the photo .they are bony and malnourished already and not a good sight anymore.

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  3. they should be at least lean… they don't even have muscles they have bones and only skin. anyways I'm a skinny person as well but i don't look like this.. and i eat everything hahaha! there's a big difference between a skeleton and a skinny lean person.. this is a great posts way to go dear!! xx

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  4. The models look sickly. :s They shouldn't be discriminated though because some of them might really be dealing with serious eating disorders. I just hope they'll find a way to change before it's too late.

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  5. para namang mga buto-buto ang mga yon! ...dapat ipagbawal na rin ang photoshopped photos...hehehe!

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  6. Those are scary looking bodies. The ribs are protruding and it doesn't look healthy at all.

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  7. Thank God! For sure the rate of anorexia cases will drop down!

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  8. I don't get why Kate Upton almost lost her career as a model. She's way hotter than those super skinny almost skeleton models. LOL

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  9. i think this is such a good move so that young women who look up to models won't be pressured to be really skinny. sometimes, i can't help but wonder how those skinny models truly feel about their bodies.

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  10. On my opinion those skinny model doesn't look attractive at all. Mas mukha pang zombie parade kaysa runway.. lol

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  11. I really don't understand why some models prefer to be skin and bones. Who finds clothes modelled by skeletons attractive? One can be slim without being skinny.

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  12. my gosh!! kate upton is so sexy -- like perfectly slim! but the skinny models are scary!! this is a good move as to lessen the case of anorexia / bulimia :) im sharing this post btw :)
    Rovie, http://thebargaindoll.blogspot.com/

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  13. pity those skinny models, I think they are deprived of so many things mainly food and appetite.

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  14. When I see this I'm not so sad I'm a little over weighted :)

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  16. very true! skinny models can be compared to a hair that is rebonded and straightened.. no body and no volume! :D

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  17. omg! finally!!!!! this is a good way to promote and to tell women that having curves looks waayyy better than skin and bones.

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  18. I am currently taking fashion design, mas nahihirapan ako magdesign sa taong skinny kesa sa malaman. Kasi pag payat ung damit mo bagsak lang sa model walang datiing, walang kakapitan, hinde mo pde sikipan kasi ang lalabas na silhouette eh straight lang. Unlike sa malaman, ang sexy lagi ng dating kahit direcho lang ung design mo nakakakorte un damit ng kusa. =)

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  19. i really don't want to start a fight between the sizes. (lol!) what i can say, though, is that everybody should celebrate their body! skinny, normal, curvy, chubby, fat, and all, nobody should dictate standards for beauty because each person is different. what we should all be concerned about is HEALTH, not size. =)

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  20. It really doesn't matter whats your body size is as long as your know how to carry them. Its just a matter of self-confidence. Be proud of yourself. :)

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  21. The reason why models are required to be flat and skinny before and they have to look like a walking stick or walking clothes hanger so the attention will be on the outfit and not on the models body. Since we are on the highly-sexualize world and superficiality, the fashion industry has to please huge audience which is more into curvy, voluptuous and plump. This give way to pear-shaped models, breasty so to speak. Now Fashion industry is not only a floor to market styles and fashion but also it also conceptualize s*x.

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  22. OMG. Some of them looks scary because they look like a walking skeleton. I know I am also skinny but I am not too tall for others to notice. haha. Plus, may laman naman ako sa tamang parte ng katawan. Hihi.

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  23. I saw the interview with JLo regarding these skinny models. She said she has no problem with it and they still look sexy.

    This has been going on for many years now and apparently, these models are anorexic and doesn't know what's happening. They are sick and needs help.

    How can a model look sexy when bones are very visible and they look like skeletons!

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  24. I think that is a good and bad thing. I don't want to see anyone lose their jobs, but I think that there will be less sickness and scary skinnyness on models if it is stop being expect of them to BE super skinny and anorexic.

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  25. It is about time someone decided to take a stand against the modeling world using too thin models; this has been like a cancer that has corrupted an entire generation of young people. It is now time to showcase people as they are and not as some fantasy in the sick mind of someone in the design world. The media bares a large burden to promote healthy body and self-images. This is a very positive step in the right direction.

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  26. It would be a good news in the modeling industry as well as those who aspire to be models that they don't need to be so skinny just to be a model. Being super skinny is not healthy at all and also I don't see them sexy at all.

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  27. those skinny models looks like bones and skin literally, a walking skeleton with skin hahaha, no offense meant but OMG the first skinny model wearing a dress looks like someone who needs food so much..

    I love Tyra Banks :) Super love her

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  28. this is good news. i don't find skinny models sexy.

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