Controversy has always been a big part of the fashion world. There are thousands of young girls out there that strive to become a part of the modeling industry. Unfortunately, society has created a very flawed mold of what a model should look like.
To enter the model world a women has to have certain physical attributes. Models are required to look “skinny” with particular bodily attributes. Their definition of “skinny” is very faulty to say the least.
Young girls often get turned down because according to the modeling professionals they need to work on their physique. Many are left tossed aside with a big bag of emotions.
Meet the 14-year-old Sofia Mechetner, the new face of Dior.
Does it look like a 14-year-old teen is mentally prepared to enter the world of fashion and handle the pressure? Is this really an appropriate place for a young lady? On the top of it all in order to make a product sell the industry needs that “sexy factor”, and again is this a type of work that should be done by a child?