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Fashion Models In the Media

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Sophia Durr

on 7 November 2012

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Fashion Models
In the Media Requirements to Be a Model Commercial Modeling: To what extent do fashion
models in the media
influence today's society? How is the image of
models changing? 1960's What do people see as What are the requirements to be a fashion model? What do fashion models actually do for companies? Female : 5'6" to 5'11"
Male : 5'9 to 5'11" Editorial / Fashion Modeling: Female :
5'8" to 6'0"
90 lbs to 120 lbs Male :
5'9" to 6"2"
120 lbs to 170 lbs Plus - Size Modeling: 5'8" to 6'2"
size 10-18 Gisele Bundchen Hedi Klum Cindy Crawford Kate Moss Miranda Kerr Twiggy 1960's Anja Rubik 2010 Today Tall and skinny super was uncommon
There were no requirements needed
no as seductive must be around 6 feet tall
must be a certain size
less clothing
have to fit a certain image beautiful " ? " Do some models have eating disorders? Models and Designers Comparison Types of Eating Disorders : Anorexia Nervosa

Bulimia Nervosa

Binge Eating Disorder

Eating Disorders Not Otherwise Specified (EDNOS) 50% YES (eating too little) (Trying desperately to get rid of the food consumed - purging (vomiting), overuse of laxatives or diuretics, exercising too much, or fasting) (repeatedly overeating in a very short period of time) more than of models have an eating disorder "The more I punished myself, the more fashion rewarded me. That white-hot attention of a show or a shoot provides a drug-like rush, everyone pivoting around to create an über-you. Of course you're on a pedestal, but you're a piece of meat up there, being pawed, looked at, discussed, and tweaked. Your requisite passivity blinds everyone — even yourself — to your humanity." - Cleo Glyde former fashion model "She was stunningly beautiful; everything about her was meant to be round — her cascading curls, her pommette cheeks, her booty, the figure-eight swoop of her body. When I caught up with her six months later, even I was shocked: The purplish circles under her dead eyes, the jutting bones, and the air of misery were as repellent as her milky, creamy lushness had been lovely." - Cleo Glyde former fashion model To what extent do fashion
models in the media
influence today's society?
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