haven't seen a thread for her tumblr yet, but apologies if there is one - i did a quick search and nothing came up. anonymous-model.tumblr.com she's 5'11 and 120, bmi 16.7, so not the cream of the crop SG skinny, but i like reading her updates about her model life. also liked this: "Losing weight is not that hard. Finding motivation, stopping the excuses, starting the process, sticking to it, convincing yourself to be disciplined, that’s hard. Once you get started and stop standing in your own way, its actually super easy." she answers a lot of questions from aspiring models, too. and lastly: Anonymous asked: "Bigger girls should stay away from leather jackets. Leather in general." I'm sorry for looking like a stalker, but I also saw another tweet of yours saying that nobody should talk shit about thin girls in order to defend bigger girls, which makes me wonder why you're trying to dictate what chubby girls should wear in the first place when that's also disrespectful. Are all models like that?!" Anon Model: I can’t wear rompers. Tall girls pretty much look like large babies in them. They’re never flattering and as much as I wish I could wear them, I can’t. Same with cropped jackets. They just look awful on me. Leather is supposed to be a fashion statement. Its supposed to be this rocker/punk/cool thing but if you’re bigger, you look like a burnt basted chicken. lol I tweeted this obviously for a reason, a girl wearing faux leather pants was making everyone in the room uncomfortable with just exactly what she was accentuating with them. There are sections in pretty much every magazine telling you what you should wear and/or stay away from based on your body type. Not everyone can pull everything off. But some people try to, regardless of what actually improves their confidence, physique, appearance, etc. On a separate note, I prefer skinny bodies to larger bodies. They can pull off a lot more looks. Which, as a model, I’m interested in. Which, as an industry, we’ve established by setting the sample size at -2. Which as a society, we’ve accepted by creating more jobs for normal vs. plus sized models. So I get that sometimes I may sound like a hypocrite for saying things like that, but I’m a model. It is literally my job to be skinny. I won’t apologize for my opinions. I will try my best to reciprocate the same type of respect I ask for when it comes to body size, but when it comes to clothes, its fair game. And if you’re referring to being interested in what other people wear, yes, the majority of models are like that.