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Naomi Campbell against size zero trend

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Thursday, February 15, 2007
Naomi Campbell says it is not fair to blame the fashion industry for the rise in anorexic teenagers.The supermodel - who was named Best Model at the Elle Style Awards on Monday-doesn't approve of the current trend for size zero models, and thinks the fashion industry is being unfairly made culpable.

Naomi said: "I don't believe in size zero. I'm a size that's right for me, I don't diet for this industry."Fashion is healthy, models are given healthy food backstage back at fashion shows."I don't think it is fair to blame the fashion industry for anorexia, when it's a psychological disease." The size 0 debate has attracted comments from all over the fashion world.Legendary British model Twiggy recently condemned the trend.The 'America's Next Top Model' judge became a catwalk icon in the 60s thanks to her waif-like figure, but is adamant the current raft of models are far too thin.She said: "The fashion industry needs to be regulated to stop this dangerous size 0 trend. "When you see a model with the lollipop look, where her head is too big for her body, it means she's dieting too much."

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