H & M Shouldn't Be Featuring An Anorexic-Looking Model In An Ad Campaign

Fri, March 9, 2012 8:05pm EDT by 10 Comments

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shanghai

Posted at 5:27 AM on March 12, 2012  

Yes models have to be thin but I do wish they would not use the exceptionally skinny especially when modelling clothes that are aimed at the young and impressionable girls. Could be more acceptable in high fashion only.

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Jenna

Posted at 2:05 PM on March 10, 2012  

One word ugly

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Get over yourselves

Posted at 12:28 PM on March 10, 2012  

And what if she’s naturally this thin? Badger the girl why don’t you, YEESH! I wish people would get lives, if you don’t like the pictures then don’t purchase. And I doubt teen girls are SO dumb that they can’t choose what is beautiful and what isn’t for themselves. If she was fat, we would be praising her calling her diverse, if she was average no one would take notice, Get a life and leave the darn girl alone. Worry about yourselves and not H+M….

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Gossip Queen

Posted at 4:33 AM on March 11, 2012  

Thats what im saying!

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someone

Posted at 5:29 PM on September 30, 2012  

i’m sorry but even naturally skinny girls aren’t that skinny

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Skylar

Posted at 1:58 AM on March 10, 2012  

Omg I want to curse You out Now. SHE’S FINE. and beafiful.

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hannah

Posted at 10:44 AM on March 10, 2012  

No she’s not you are insensitive. It is not unhealthy being very thin. Natural or not it is still unhealthy.

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dee

Posted at 3:45 PM on March 10, 2012  

Hannah shut up. She is thin but she’s not sickly thin. She has prominent cheek bones, that is all! Being overweight is worse than being skinny yet no one bashes Vogue for featuring Adele on their cover.

 
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Sarah

Posted at 2:29 PM on March 11, 2012  

You did not just call Adele fat. Adele is curvy and that model for H&M is anorexic…I’d rather be curvy the a skeleton

 
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Benice

Posted at 11:47 PM on March 9, 2012  

Idk y people think its perfectly acceptable to discuss someone’s weight or body if they are skinny but if someone is overweight and u even mention their weight or body ur a jerk. I am naturally skinny and u wouldn’t imagine how many times I get asked “do u eat?” or “how much do u weigh” if I asked other people that Ppl would fight me. Plz remember there are some people who are naturally skinny just as there are people who are heavier and remember this is a real person with real feelings u don’t know if she has a eating disorder so you shouldn’t discuss it

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