Dec 2, 2008

Too Thin Models are Not Permitted to Step On the T-stand

Sometimes you should pay a high price for the beauty. Models who want to become more and more slender while they maybe are suffering from hard days which are beyond to your imagination.

However, does the "super ribs" equal to beauty? This sick taste of beauty in the fad group has bought bad influences on the health of young peoples. So, nowadays, say "No" to those "super ribs" has gradually become a new trend in the model industry.

Excessively skinny fashion models will be barred from a major Madrid fashion show later this month for fear they could send the wrong message to young Spanish girls, local media reported.

Madrid's regional government, which is co-financing the Pasarela Cibeles, has vetoed around a third of the models who took part in last year's show because their weights are too little.

The authorities collaborated with a Spanish health organization to come up with.

Several models at last year's show provoked a row when they claimed their careers would be under threat if they put on weight.

Organizers said they wanted to "help ensure public opinion does not associate fashion, and fashion shows in particular, with an increase in anorexia, a disease which, along with bulimia, is a mental and behavioral problem".

It was the first time such restrictions had been imposed on a fashion show, although a recent wedding dress exhibition in Barcelona banned fashion models who took a dress size below 38 (British size 10, US size eight).

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