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1 in 3 models live in silhouette

Shocking new statistics released by the World Health Organization suggest that one third of all models are forced to exist in some form of visually obscured format - surviving in just a pixilated or a crayon version.

Said one out-of-focus model: ‘Gone are the days when we were encouraged to smile to camera. I was told I would be depicting a victim of assault, but I just ended up all blurry. I wouldn’t mind, but this isn’t even my best side’.


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