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Karl Lagerfeld Hates The Curvy Lily Allen

by | 13th, October 2009

karl-pillockLILY Allen just loves Karl Lagerfeld and Chanel. Lily loves it so much that she tells Grazia magazine:

“If someone had told me I’d be the face of Chanel when I was older, I’d have dropped down stone dead.”

…Like a feather, attached to a fat bird. Because here’s Karl Lagerfeld to tell us, and readers of Focus magazine:

No one wants to see curvy women. You’ve got fat mothers with their bags of chips sitting in front of the television and saying thin models are ugly. Fashion is about dreams and illusions.”

Fat is about being happy and jolly. Well, it used to be. Now fat is about being depressed and prodded by skinny old men dressed as Williams II’s foot stool.

And here’s Lily, talking when she was in her chubby splendour, encrusted in Argos jewellery and becoming popular:

I used to pride myself on being strong-minded and not being some stupid girl obsessed with the way I look. I felt like it didn’t matter if I was a bit chubby ’cause I’m not a model, I’m a singer. I’m afraid I am not strong and have fallen victim to the evil machine. I write to you in a sea of tears from my hotel bed in Seattle. I have spent the past hour researching gastric bypass surgery and laser liposuction.

Now she promotes it…

Brigitte, which has the largest women’s magazine readership in Germany, shocked the fashion world earlier this month with its announcement that it intends to bar professional “zero size” models from its pages as of next year.

Editor Andreas Lebert said his staff were ” fed up” with having to retouch photographs of underweight models to make them look more like ordinary women. “For years we’ve had to use Photoshop to make these girls look fatter. Their thighs and their breasts have been the main problem. I think this is disturbing and perverse. What has it got to do with our normal readers ?”

Spotter: D-listed

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