Vogue and Size Zero

Here's a little something for the very many students who write about the size zero debate and the enormous power wielded by women's magazines (they think).

It's not the magazine's fault if the fashion houses send them tiny samples - and now Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman has, not for the first time, said something about it. (I am not sure about the use of "lashed out" in Sky's standfirst though.)

Alexandra Shuman in the Daily Mail, 2007

In 1997, Omega watches withdrew their ads from Vogue because they felt the magazine used too many skinny models. Here's a reminder of that.
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