London Fashion Week Draws Flak for Indirectly Promoting Size Zero .

by Savitha C Muppala on  February 23, 2011 at 11:39 PM Lifestyle News
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The London fashion week created waves for the wrong reasons, as painfully thin size zero models were seen doing the catwalk for celeb fashion line Erdem.

Eating disorder charities are annoyed as this is a setback to their drive against discouraging size zero figures.
 London Fashion Week Draws Flak for Indirectly Promoting Size Zero .
London Fashion Week Draws Flak for Indirectly Promoting Size Zero .

Mental health organizations have called this fashion week a bit callous for abetting a dangerous trend.

Susan Ringwood, of eating disorder group Beat, said: "We had hoped the tide had turned, so this is a disappointing move. If we're back to the days of one size on the catwalk it's sad."



Source: Medindia

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