Danish model 'too thick' for show Louis Vuitton

Danish model 'too thick' for show Louis Vuitton

World May 20, 2017 09:48

JAPAN - The Danish model Ulrikke Hoyer was not allowed in the final show in Louis Vuitton's fashion show. With her girlfriend 34-36 she was 'too fat' according to the fashion house.

The model writes that she was advised to drink only water for 24 hours to lose her belly. Casting agent Alexia said there were a number of problems while fitting. According to her, I had 'a very bloated belly', 'a blown face' and she wore me to starve myself with the words: 'Ulrikke can only drink water for 24 hours.' I was in shock. '

Ulrikke followed the advice and woke up extremely hungry at 2 o'clock at night. 'The breakfast started at 6.30pm and I took as little as possible. I was afraid to meet Alexia, but luckily she was only at 8 o'clock when I was done. She wanted to make sure I had eaten, 'Hoyer continues.

That same day, the model received a call from her agent in Denmark announcing that she had been removed for the show. 'Not only did I have a belly and my face was blown up, suddenly my back was also a problem. I'm glad I'm 20 years old with a sports story and no 15-year-old girl in the model world and insecure about myself because I'm sure I would have been sick and insecure in my further life. '

The fashion house has not responded yet.

The model writes that she was advised to drink only water for 24 hours to lose her belly. Casting agent Alexia said there were a number of problems while fitting. According to her, I had 'a very bloated belly', 'a blown face' and she wore me to starve myself with the words: 'Ulrikke can only drink water for 24 hours.' I was in shock. '

Ulrikke followed the advice and woke up extremely hungry at 2 o'clock at night. 'The breakfast started at 6.30pm and I took as little as possible. I was afraid to meet Alexia, but luckily she was only at 8 o'clock when I was done. She wanted to make sure I had eaten, 'Hoyer continues.

That same day, the model received a call from her agent in Denmark announcing that she had been removed for the show. 'Not only did I have a belly and my face was blown up, suddenly my back was also a problem. I'm glad I'm 20 years old with a sports story and no 15-year-old girl in the model world and insecure about myself because I'm sure I would have been sick and insecure in my further life. '

The fashion house has not responded yet.

I just returned from Tokyo/Japan, where Louis Vuitton held a beautiful cruise show in Kyoto, I just never made it to Kyoto cause I was canceled for the show due to being ‘too big’. (I’m a size 34-36) Ashley Brokaw’s caster Alexia had said that there had been some problems during the fitting. According to her I had “a very bloated stomach”, “bloated face”, and urged me to starve myself with this statement “Ulrikke needs to drink only water for the next 24 hours”. I was shocked when I heard it. I woke up at 2am and was extremely hungry. The breakfast started at 6:30am – I had the absolute minimum. I was afraid to meet Alexia so my luck she didn’t arrive until 8am, when my plate was taken off the table. She said good morning to me and the other girls and looked at me, then down on my non-existent plate and up at me again. She was checking if I had been eating food. At 7pm my mother agent from Denmark called my to tell the sad news that Louis Vuitton had chosen to cancel me from the show without the refitting and that I was going to be sent back home. Not only did I have a belly, my face was puffy now also my back was a problem. I am glad I’m 20 years old with an elite sports background and not a 15 year old girl, who are new to this and unsure about herself, because I have no doubt that I would then have ended up very sick and scarred long into my adult life. TO READ THE FULL STORY CLICK IN MY BIO!!!!!!! #LVCruise2018 #mistreatmentofmodels #AshleyBrokaw #thefutureisfemale #sowhyeatingdisorders #youknowitstrue #shareifyoucare #jamespscullyEen bericht gedeeld door Ulrikke Hoyer (@ulrikkehoyer) op

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