Kate Moss pulls her mantra in & # 039; nothing tastes as good as skinny feels & # 039;

Does something taste just as good now? Kate Moss has withdrawn her iconic quote: "Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels & # 39;

Kate Moss has withdrawn her iconic quote: Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels & # 39;

The 44-year-old supermodel, which was considered the original face of the heroic chic movement, caused celebrity in campaign groups when she made the bold statement in an interview in 2009 with WWD Magazine.

Speaking to NBC's Megyn Kelly, the model has now admitted that it does not believe the quote is true and that the industry has improved and become more diverse.

Does something taste just as good now? Kate Moss has withdrawn her iconic quote: "Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels & # 39;

Does something taste just as good now? Kate Moss has withdrawn her iconic quote: "Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels & # 39;

The controversial quote from Kate shook the fashion industry to the core because she was accused of promoting eating disorders, especially because of her position at the helm of the waif-like look & # 39; after her introduction to models of 14 years.

Fast-forward for 30 years and she has now withdrawn her remarks, as she explained in the new interview that the quote was only a joke.

The famous coy model, which recently launched its own agency, revealed frankly: "My friend always said it, because you know we all lived together, and we would go for the cookies and go:" Oh, nothing tastes like that. if g … "It's a bit jingle …

& # 39; There is so much more diversity now, I think it's good. There are so many different sizes and colors and heights. Why would you just be a one-size model and be represented for all these people? So yes, it is definitely better. & # 39;

Woah: The 44-year-old supermodel, which was considered the original face of the "heroic chic" movement, caused celebrity in campaign groups when she made the bold statement in an interview in 2009 with WWD Magazine (depicted in 1994)

Woah: The 44-year-old supermodel, which was considered the original face of the "heroic chic" movement, caused celebrity in campaign groups when she made the bold statement in an interview in 2009 with WWD Magazine (depicted in 1994)

Woah: The 44-year-old supermodel, which was considered the original face of the "heroic chic" movement, caused celebrity in campaign groups when she made the bold statement in an interview in 2009 with WWD Magazine (depicted in 1994)

Open and honest: Speaking to NBC's Megyn Kelly, the model has now admitted that they do not believe the quote is true and that the industry has improved and become more diverse

Open and honest: Speaking to NBC's Megyn Kelly, the model has now admitted that they do not believe the quote is true and that the industry has improved and become more diverse

Open and honest: Speaking to NBC's Megyn Kelly, the model has now admitted that they do not believe the quote is true and that the industry has improved and become more diverse

The quote with shared opinions and the iconic star came under fire from the former Ultimo model Katie Green, which launched the Say No To Size Zero campaign in the same year.

She said at the time: & # 39; There are 1.1 million eating disorders in the UK alone. Kate Moss's comments are likely to cause much more. If you read one of the pro-anorexic websites, they will go crazy for quotes like this. & # 39;

In addition, chief executive of eating disorder charity Beat, Susan Ringwood at the time: "This sentence is often used as one of their 10 commandments or mantras.

& # 39; And it is young women between the ages of 12 and 20 who are most at risk from anorexia, which unfortunately is the same group that can be influenced by the celebrity culture. & # 39;

Shock: Kate's controversial quote shook the fashion industry to the core because she was accused of promoting eating disorders, particularly because of her position at the helm of the waif-like look & # 39; after her introduction to the modeling of the age of 14 (pictured in 1997)

Shock: Kate's controversial quote shook the fashion industry to the core because she was accused of promoting eating disorders, particularly because of her position at the helm of the waif-like look & # 39; after her introduction to the modeling of the age of 14 (pictured in 1997)

Shock: Kate's controversial quote shook the fashion industry to the core because she was accused of promoting eating disorders, particularly because of her position at the helm of the waif-like look & # 39; after her introduction to the modeling of the age of 14 (pictured in 1997)

Svelte: The quote with shared opinions and the iconic star came under fire from the former Ultimo model Katie Green, which launched the Say No To Size Zero campaign in the same year (pictured in 2001)

Svelte: The quote with shared opinions and the iconic star came under fire from the former Ultimo model Katie Green, which launched the Say No To Size Zero campaign in the same year (pictured in 2001)

Svelte: The quote with shared opinions and the iconic star came under fire from the former Ultimo model Katie Green, which launched the Say No To Size Zero campaign in the same year (pictured in 2001)

Kate also discussed in the interview how she was pushed topless and how she would never leave her 15-year-old daughter Lila Grace Moss Hack.

She said: "Yes, there was pressure. I worked with a woman photographer, Corinne Day, and she always loved me without a top, and I did not like it when I first started. I would not let my daughter do it.

I'm looking at her now, and she's fifteen, and thinking that I became topless at her age is crazy. [I tell models they] do not have to do it if they do not want it & # 39 ;.

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