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New Israeli law bans use of too-skinny models in ads

Israel has passed a law banning the use of underweight models in advertising. The legislation, known as the "Photoshop Law," also requires that agencies tell their audience if they've digitally altered pictures to make models look thinner. "This is such a happy day for me, and it should be for everyone in the modeling business," [...]
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Israel bans underweight models

Arts : Arts Post (3 years ago)

Too-skinny Israeli models will need to bulk up under a new law that bans underweight models in advertising and on the runway. The Israeli government passed a law that requires models to provide medical proof of their weight, and the... Read Post

Israel Bans ‘Underweight’ Models

News : NewsFeed (3 years ago)

With the passage of new legislation known as the “Photoshop Law,” the Israeli fashion industry’s attraction to underweight models may soon become a thing of the past. On Tuesday, Israel’s Knesset passed a law that would prohibit mod... Read Post

The Rubens Regulation: Knesset Tells Skinny Models To Eat Or Starve

News : Jonathan Turley (3 years ago)

The Israeli Knesset became the latest legislative body to ban skinny models. The new law prohibits both Israeli and foreign ads with “underweight” models and requires disclosure of when pictures have been manipulated to make the mod... Read Post


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