France passes law banning underweight models

Models in France are now required to undergo a medical exam to be certified fit to strut.

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    Models in France are now required to undergo a medical exam to be certified fit to strut.

    Starting in October, fashion images that digitally alter a model's body shape are also legally required to be labelled "retouched photograph".

    Al Jazeera's Gerald Tan explains.


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