To complete the day and the range, here’s super skinny model Chloe Memisevic in a variety of runway pictures from Fashion Week, as well as in a few ads. Chloe has been receiving a lot of media attention lately because of her ‘worryingly thin’ frame and ‘gaunt face’ – her BMI is rumored to be under 15 (18.5-24.9 = healthy) and her measurements are, according to FMD: 31-23-34Â / 79-59-86 at 5’11” / 1.80 m.
WCurve model Robyn Lawley is featured in the March issue of Glamour Magazine, in an article which makes a ‘shocking’ revelation: ’97% of women are unhappy with their bodies and only 3% have no negative thoughts regarding their figures.’
We’ve seen beautiful Robyn before, but this time, we get to see her stats, too (according to Model Management UK):
Height: 6′ /1.82 m
Dress Size: UK 16
Measurements: 36D-32-42 / 91D-81-106
Check out this popular post featuring Robyn in a bikini, then check 2 more after the jump!
A few weeks ago, various sources around the Internet starting buzzing on one particular subject: ‘Crystal Renn’s agency lists the ‘plus-size’ model as a size 2′. A size 2 with the corresponding measurements of a standard model! A few days after the initial buzz, Crystal’s agent, Gary Dakin, responded:
â€œThere was an error in the initial printing and it is being rectified. She maintains a 37-38 hip. But if people have truly followed her message, it is about acceptance and beauty at any sizeâ€.
Let’s see some of Crystal’s recent statements:
With plus size modeling, the sizes start at an 8 and go all the way up to a 20, and that enrages many people. They say when they see a size 10 girl, that’s plus size? They have to realize that plus size model doesn’t mean plus size womanâ€¦ But bridging the gap would be a very good thing. We need to have all sizes. This isn’t a them against us fight. It’s about bringing everybody together.
Because of my size currently, I straddle this line between the two worldsâ€“I guess you could say I’m a plus size straight size model. I am four inches smaller than a plus size model and four inches bigger than a straight size model.
At this point, Crystal’s (who still claims to be a size 8US) measurements on various agency cards and fashion model sites are listed as: 34C-28.5-38 / 85-73-97 (cm).