Models

Many people criticize the female models that are commonly seen on the catwalks they are too thin, most of these criticisms are based on negative thoughts on the way in as they reflect the body image of women before the world, the problem lies in how the rest of women see them, especially girls who had come to these thin models as their example to follow. Most designers come to agencies of models in search of thin women, since many affirm clearly that clothes them better cuelgua to the models that have these features. However, if we look at pictures of models from the late 1950s or earlier, these do not seemed suffer from lack of beauty only by the fact of not having a extremely thin frigura. In 1960, the models were an average of 5? 7 (1.7 m) and weighed about 129 pounds (58,51 kg). Currently the professional models are in an average of two highest inches and weighs about 114 pounds (51.7 kg).

While professional models of the 1960s had a pretty healthy body mass index, this trend could change soon with a British model named Twiggy. In the 1980s, models such as Christie Brinkley and Cindy Crawford had a weight slightly healthier, but in the 1990s the model Twiggy was resurrected-like style of aesthetics of heroin. The goal seemed to be the doubling of the appearance of the last throes of heroin addiction. Studies show that women or the thin models tend to respond more positively to the products they advertise. However, designers in Spain in 2006 made a declaration to establish a minimum weight and requirements in BMI for the models. Perhaps this is a turning point in the fashion industry to encourage a healthy weight among models. Haute Couture for scale models is a trend which began in the Decade of 1990 becoming one of the most popular trends in the world of fashion. These women are in many cases, only a representation of beauty without end. Original author and source of the article