Former editor in chief of Vogue Australia, Kirstie Clements, will publish a book about the fashion industry. In the book one that would express is about how the models often take a tissue to withstand hunger.
Not only that, in his book Kirstie also said that the models do not eat often deliberately and willingly starve during the day to look thin when the fashion show. He often saw models eating only once a day when fashion week is underway. So long fashion week when hunger will end, the model had to fight tooth and nail to keep from drop or sick. In order to survive despite eating only once a day, these models are usually infused.
Quoted such as the Daily Mail, in a book entitled ‘The Vogue Factor’ is, Kirstie says there is a term for extremely skinny models are thin Paris. The term to describe the size of the models that starving herself so that her body down two sizes smaller. This is done so that they could cast for the show abroad.
Book that reveals many things in the fashion industry including model behavior Kirstie was written based on his experiences working at Vogue Australia for 25 years. He became a leader in the media for 10 years before being abruptly dismissed.
Kirstie stories about negative behavior starved model was not first revealed. Formerly a British journalist, Imogen Edwards-Jones, who is known as the author of the book series Babylon also expressed the same thing in his book ‘Fashion Babylon’. In the book he wrote based on the narrative of three important figures in the fashion world Imogen revealed that the mode often taking laxatives (constipation medicine) and diet pills in order to stay thin body size.