Supermodels stay 'Paris thin' by eating tissues
A former Vogue editor tells all the not-so-pretty details about the fashion industry in her controversial new book.
Ever wonder how supermodels stay ultra-skinny, like a walking clothes hanger? Former Australian Vogue editor Kirstie Clements exposes the fashion world's dirty secrets in her new tell-all, "The Vogue Factor: From Front Desk to Editor."
In her controversial memoir, Clements makes some outrageous claims, such as models eat tissues to stay full, starve themselves for days and spend frequent stints on hospital drips, reports the Daily Mail. She also writes that she once spent three days on a shoot with a model and didn't see her eat a single meal — and that on the final day she could barely stand or keep her eyes open.
Clements was fired in May 2012 after 25 years at the magazine.
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