Thursday, January 25, 2007

Cotton Inc.'s dolls allowed to catwalk during NYC Fashion Week.


(AP)—Emaciated models, including size -½ Kate (pictured), will be shaking what little they've got under the Bryant Park tents as the CFDA refused to institute minimum body mass requirements for the upcoming New York Fashion Week.

"I'm so, so relieved," squeaked the perky little redhead. "And I know Nicole and Nao-mini will be very happy, too."

The dolls will be staying at the Soho House as special guests of Karl Lagerfeld.

The three one-foot tall catwalkers, however, have been summarily banned from next month's Milan shows.
( cotton inc. trade ads scanned from back page of WWD)
previously cotton inc doll ads.:
1. Models lighter than cotton.
2. The fabric of their size double zero lives.
3. Mini Naomi Campbell terrorizes sleeping maid.

3 Comments:

Anonymous LisaBinDaCity said...

Maybe they will just be shaking, period?

8:41 AM  
Blogger New York Punk said...

What the heck? Not even a single post today? I want my money back.

3:51 PM  
Anonymous BoycottTheBag.com said...

The Cotton Inc. dolls/models won't be allowed to participate in Madrid's fashion week either. If the cotton balls, er, I mean cotton gals, don't have a BMI of 18, they don't get to walk in Spain. If the cotton gals really feel left out, they can always sacrifice themselves and hang out backstage by becoming cigarette filters.

3:56 PM  

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