Source Pravda.Ru

Model Claudia Schiffer denounces pressuring models to be ultra-thin

Legendary supermodel Claudia Schiffer spoke out against pressures on fashion models to be ultra-thin while visiting a Mexico City shopping center.

At a news conference on Wednesday night, she recommended that young models ignore their agents' demands to diet, and said she relies on exercise and organic food to stay slim and healthy.

"I don't do any diets," said Schiffer, a special guest at Liverpool's Spring-Summer 2007 Fashion Fest. "I'm absolutely against diets," reports AP. 

The mall was decorated with life-sized cutouts of the 36-year-old blonde, interspersed with mannequins and models posed to look like lifeless mannequins.

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