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Size zero models has casted a shadow over the catwalk industry because of the deaths of three models from difficulties relating to malnutrition.

Due to the current publicity about the super slim actresses and models, and a public awareness of eating disorders, it's often mistakenly assumed that size 0 was created to robust a new class of dangerously thin women. Size zero models has casted a shadow over the catwalk industry because of the deaths of three models from difficulties relating to malnutrition.


There is really no one to blame, leading designers have preserved themselves against accusations that they compel exceptionally skinny models on to fashion magazines by providing clothes for photo shoots that are way too small for normal women.


Kinder Aggugini one of the designers sees the solution to stop size – zero models, by using bigger girls for all magazines, stylists and model agencies, which would force designers would use bigger women too.


One of the reasons for size – zero models is that measurements of the models have not changed, but all the clothes just keep getting smaller, applying pressure to these models to loose more weight.