Better to be anorexic than Obese, For Karl Lagerfeld, fashion and anorexia have nothing to do
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Better to be anorexic than Obese, For Karl Lagerfeld, fashion and anorexia have nothing to do

Paris : France | Oct 15, 2012 at 11:51 PM PDT
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A few months after his slip on the buxom singer Adele, positions Karl Lagerfeld on weight problems are still talking about them. Interviewed by a British television channel, the artistic director of Chanel spoke about anorexia, a disease often attributed to the dictates of fashion. However, for the Kaiser to sunglasses, this type of place is "ridiculous" fashion with nothing to see, near or far, with these eating disorders. According to him, people suffering from anorexia mainly "problems with family or things like that," before adding that "nobody (in the mode) does not work with these girls." Despite our admiration for Karl, he suggests still take a glance on the side of the competition. Because if Chanel uses may not be anorexic models to the waist of "catwalkers" other fashion houses is sometimes inadequate. Obviously talkative on the subject, the fashion Kaiser went on to say that in France, "less than 1% of anorexic girls while 30% are overweight. And this is much more dangerous and bad for health. 'In other words, Karl Lagerfeld, better to be anorexic than obèse. And no, he is not joking. Finally, Dr. Dukan, Lagerfeld has attacked the junk food, especially when it is consumed in front of the TV. It would be "very dangerous for the health of girls." Exit then double-cheese-bacon burger and pot "cookie dough" before the season 6 Gossip Girl, now it is soy steak and Pilates. Or not.
gloriacalzita is based in Quezon, Central Luzon, Philippines, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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