- May 27, 2015
Not again...She is mentioned in this article for "having a 24 inch waist and a waist-to-height ratio of 0.34"
High street skeletons: We all know about painfully thin catwalk stars. Here we reveal the deeply worrying vital statistics of models for high street chains
a. models shouldn't represent "real women". They should show off the clothes and related products. How can I evaluate the design if I'm destracted by some weird shaped average "model" wearing them?
b. Is a 22 inch waist really unhealthy? Stars in the 50s and 60s
had wide hips, yes, but they also head incredibly thin waists. Futhermore, extra fat on the waist is proved to be very bad for health, but the article didn't emphasize that. If you object to one extreme, then object to the other too!
c. Question for the girls in US: is a 22 waist really a triple zero? Are we talking about vanity sizing?