These demands of fashion industry are never ending. Don't know how many more models will die to fulfill demands set by this industry. Figure maintenance, the foremost demand of this industry and to accomplish that most of these models eat nothing or very little and thus, majority of them are stated to be suffering from eating disorder, anorexia.
And what next, not even models, even teenagers, young women are turning victim of this industry and thus anorexia.
In a recent case, it has been revealed that a teenage has been recovered dead from her house. It has been reported that it was last July, when Fiona Geraghty, 14, studying in a public school in Nailsbourne, near Taunton, was found hanging in her bedroom.
It has been recovered that the girl was even suffering from anorexia and fashion industry has been blamed for her death. West Somerset Coroner Michael Rose yesterday emphasized that these fashion magazines should stop launching zero-figured models.
Mr. Rose suggested that until 1970s, such disorders didn't even exist, but then thanks to fashion industry and its promotion of wafer-thin models, such incidents have become far more common.
He said, "Fashion industry should stop publishing photographs of wafer-thin girls. One magazine, I believe Vogue, has recently taken the decision not to do so".
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