Vogue editor-in-chief denies popular myth about model work

Vogue editor-in-chief Ennful: models should not have the ideal figure to work in the industry

Edward Enninful ) refuted the popular misconception about the nutrition of fashion models. He spoke on this topic on River Cafe Table 4 on iHeart radio.

Anniful stated that at this time, models do not need to have certain body parameters to work in the industry. For this reason, girls no longer have to starve to achieve a “perfect” body. “There is a myth that fashion models do not eat at all, but this is not true,” he stressed.

According to Ennfull, fashion business has become more inclusive, so designers often involve girls and boys with completely different appearance. “Look at my Vogue – we are glad to people of any race with any body parameters,” said the editor-in-chief and added that 10 years ago such conversations were impossible.

In October, experts discovered a change in the standard of female beauty … So, if in the 1990s and 2000s, an asthenic physique was considered ideal for a girl, then in the last decade, plus-size models, as well as elderly fashion models, have become relevant.