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Bonnie Says: Hooray! Fashion Designers Fire Toothpick Models & Hire Victoria's Secret Angels!

Thu, February 25, 2010 7:09pm EDT by Chloe Melas 2 Comments
Bonnie Says: Hooray! Fashion Designers Fire Toothpick Models & Hire Victoria's Secret Angels!

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Our Editor-in-Chief Bonnie Fuller just heard that the big wigs at Prada fired many of their toothpick-thin models!

Just heard that the big wigs at the Prada design house in Milan fired many off the toothpick-thin models that were originally booked for their fall 2010 fashion show, which is being held at this moment in Milan on Feb. 25th.

Shockingly, for the skinny-obsessed fashion world, they were replaced by more voluptuous Victoria’s Secret models, who actually have at least a little meat on their bones.

My source is telling me that the big revolutionary moment occurred last night during fittings for the highly regarded trend-setting fashion collection.

She reports that a casting director suddenly threw up his hands, said “F— it!” and ordered that sexy Victoria’s Secret Angel models, Miranda Kerr (girlfriend of Orlando Bloom), Alessandra Ambrosio, Doutzen Kroes and Isabeli Fontana airlifted in for today’s 1 pm EST show.

“It’s about being healthy,” said Project Runway judge and Elle magazine fashion director Nina Garcia. “At the end of the day it’s the modeling agencies who are sending girls who are minus zero.”

As someone who was the editor-in-chief of fashion magazines Glamour, Cosmopolitan, and Marie Claire, I can assure you that this emergency move could have earth-shatteringly positive consequences. In other words, we can expect that after uber-trend setter Prada has made this revolutionary move to curvier girls, other design houses will fall quickly in line. It’s great news for models — they can EAT again — and for real women with real shapes everywhere.

Furthermore, last night design company Elena Miro actually used regular size models — the kind that fashionistas call plus-size, and the rest of us describe as “normal.”

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