Let's Make the Fashion Industry a Better Place for Those Struggling With Eating Disorders
We chatted with the founders of The Chain to put together some tips for improving the fashion industry, both inside and out.
On Wanting to Dress Like Your Style Icon When You Don't Look Like Them
How do you channel Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's style when you don't have their body type?
Meet The Chain, a New Platform Helping Those in Fashion and Media With Eating Disorders
Founded by editors Ruthie Friedlander and Christina Grasso, the peer-led support group aims to create a safe place for people to tell their stories and gain insight.
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Model Scouts Reportedly Recruiting at Eating Disorder Clinics
We never really saw model scouting as a wholesome, benevolent undertaking--in fact it's always seemed a little creepy--but if recent reports are true, it's much worse than we thought.
Vogue Will No Longer Work With Unhealthy-Looking or Under-16 Models
They may not agree on everything, but the 19 international editors of Vogue are in assent on at least on topic: The health and wellbeing of models and readers alike. To that end, all of them have recently banded together to promote healthier body image within the industry and beyond in a Vogue-wide Health Initiative, to be unveiled in Vogue UK's June issue. The new initiative will make several efforts to improve models' working conditions, as well as promote healthier body images for readers. While the language in the new manifesto, which was posted on Vogue Italia, is a bit noncommittal at times, the new initiative is without a doubt a step in the right direction--and it should make a big impact on the kind of models and editorials we see in the magazines.