Wednesday, 21 September 2011

'I'll Eat When I'm Dead!': Fashion Industry Promoting Anorexia And Death

'I'll eat when I'm dead.' How Haute Couture addict Daphne Guinness stays fashion-thin.

                                     'No standing anytime'

She has always had a slight frame, perfect for fitting into haute couture pieces by Chanel and Alexander McQueen. Now Daphne Guinness has revealed the secret to her tiny sample-size body.

A new interview has revealed how she announced: 'I'll eat when I'm dead,' when offered lunch during a photo shoot.

Revealing that the 43-year-old had been existing on Red Bull and Ensure nutrition shakes for most of the day, the New Yorker told how she refused her assistant's offer of a plate of pasta.

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'You can't eat much, if you want to do this', says womans-wear  Andrej Pejic, who struggles to maintain his 25in waist.

                                        'Oh Lord, I have sinned!'

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'Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels.' Kate Moss, the model, has been accused of encouraging teenage girls to become anorexic after claiming she lives by the motto: “Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels.”

        Kate Moss In London Summer 2011. (Note the pink 'bluebirds' on her shirt.)

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1 comment:

  1. Wow. This is satanism all the way. So sad that they're pushing this agenda to children. THIS is the reason 8 year old girls are developing eating disorders and ending up in clinics like Rhoades Farm. SMH. All they do is mock God and persecute his people. I feel sorry for them in the end. Praying for the 'entertainment' industry as a whole. This is BEYOND UNACCEPTABLE