With plus-sized model Ashley Graham making the cover of last year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, you might think size in the modeling world is beginning to be widely accepted. But think again. In December, France passed a law requiring models to provide doctors' notes proving they are healthy and not dangerously underweight before they can strut the runway.
Similar laws have been passed in Israel, Spain and Italy. But there's no such rule on the books in the UK. As London Fashion Week kicks off, we talk to Heidy Rehman, founder of the British womenswear label Rose and Willard, about her company's decision to contractually require models to eat during photo shoots.
Music: "Lifeboat" (Officer and a Gentleman) by Lovage