Wednesday, 14 October 2009
Only 'fat mummies' dislike size-zero models
The 71-year-old Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld criticised Brigitte magazine's announcement they will only use "ordinary, realistic" models in future, insisting people prefer looking at slim women and the "absurd" decision was driven by overweight women who did not want to be reminded of their body problems. He said: "These are fat mummies sitting with their bags of crisps in front of the television, saying that thin models are. Fashion is all about dreams and illusions, and no one wants to see round women." (source)
Dear Mr Lagerfeld, let me get to the point as I am aware that you are a very busy man, what with having to create clothes and stuff for corpses and Skelator and the like.
Having read your mindless rant about size zero models and "These are fat mummies sitting with their bags of crisps in front of the television" after Brigitte magazine announced that they are no longer going to use near dead people in their photographs. I w [...]