Michael Kors, Anna Wintour, Natalia Vodianova and Dr. David B. Herzog spoke about weight and age in the modeling industry on Monday night at Harvard Business School and WWD has even more details about the impassioned conversation. Wintour told the audience, "Each and every one of us needs to realize we are all responsible for models' health," and called on designers to reverse the "tyranny of [sample] clothes that just barely fit a 13-year-old on the edge of puberty."
She also said that Vogue doesn't Photoshop girls to make them look thinner, although it will edit out small imperfections. She noted that Vogue's editors have "made a commitment to feature a wider variety of body types."
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