Fashionista loves London Fashion Week, maybe more than anything else except ice cream, but this recent news blows: Last week, LFW rescinded its pledge to reject Size Zero models from its catwalks after Milan, Paris, and New York refused to do the same. It's true that all designers should be free to follow their own visions, including their own muses and models, but it's still disappointing that the first major step from the industry to set concrete guidelines for healthy bodies has fallen through. Yeah, some girls are healthy at a size zero, blah blah, but um... no. Hopefully, London designers will pick healthy and beautiful girls for their catwalks regardless - and since we're already hearing rumblings of the coltish Tanya D. packing her Vuittons and heading to the UK runways, it seems like a pretty good bet. Bonne chance to London designers, and hey - we don't want to see any ribs and spines, unless they're on an Alexander McQueen suitcase, okay?