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Crystal Renn Controls Traffic on 3 Paris Runways, including the "anti-plus sized Karl Lagerfeld Runway"

Crystal Renn, a size 10 model, who once had been photoshopped to ensure that her body was not present in the Chanel ad for its 2010 Soho opening, now proves she will not take a hit without hitting back when she walks down the Chanel runway during Paris Fashion Weeks 2010. Renn, who has overcome her own eating disorder, knows the importance of accepting your body the wat it was meant to be and knowing that beauty will always remain in the eye of the beholder. Not only does Crystal Renn claim her territory on Chanel's Spring 2010 Ready to Wear Runway, but also walks with confidence, curves and all, down the runways of Zac Posen and Jean Paul Gaultier. By looking at the pictures above by no means does she look like someone who should considered "plus-sized" or as Karl himself would descirbed plus sized models, "fat mummies sitting with their bogs of crips in fornt of the tevevision, saying that thin models are ugly." Crystal Renn represents what a woman looks like according to her body typed and emBODIES the word Beautiful. I would not have thought twice about seeing her on the runway and saying that a skeleton would have looked better. So i guess according to Karl, there was a "fat mummy" on his runway in Paris. Now was it really that hard to make a bigger runway size? I don't think so. To be honest, it probably looked a lot better on a woman with shape than a woman without any. Crystall Renn is opening doors for "plus-sized" or "realistic" models I would call it, that will change our industry in a way that is not going back.

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