France May Ban Dangerously Thin Models

(Time) It would join Israel, Spain, and Italy in legislating health in fashion In 2007, French fashion model Isabelle Caro posed for a shocking anti-anorexia campaign before succumbing to the disease. She died at 28. Eight years later, France is considering a bill that would bar models who are deemed too thin from runways and fashion spreads. Fashion houses could be fined 75,000 euros ($80,000) and staffers who hire those deemed underweight could potentially be jailed for up to six months. Click here to read more.

(Time) It would join Israel, Spain, and Italy in legislating health in fashion
In 2007, French fashion model Isabelle Caro posed for a shocking anti-anorexia campaign before succumbing to the disease. She died at 28.
Eight years later, France is considering a bill that would bar models who are deemed too thin from runways and fashion spreads. Fashion houses could be fined 75,000 euros ($80,000) and staffers who hire those deemed underweight could potentially be jailed for up to six months. Click here to read more.

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