Kamilla Wladyka appeared a little more plump than usual in a cover story for Britain’s ‘Healthy’ magazine.
As consumers of media, most of us are used to Photoshopped models and celebrities, but it’s usually to trim women down, not the other way around. ‘Healthy,’ published by the health food company Holland & Barrett apparently promotes “health and well-being.” So why was Kamilla Wladyka hired in the first place? Jane Druker, editor of ‘Healthy,’ claims that Wladyka lost weight in the week time period between the casting and the shoot. It’s time the industry started using healthier-looking models instead of promoting a false image of the models’ body types.
Additional image credits: The Fashion Spot.
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