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Looks like runways aren't the only places that exclude curvy and plus-size bodies.

One major international fashion critic and celebrity stylist just asked that people who weigh over 60 kilograms (or 132 pounds) stop attending fashion events and runways. Why? Because apparently, they take up "too much room."


Zaihani Mohd Zain, a Malaysian fashion critic and celebrity stylist, posted on Facebook that events should have a weight requirement.

Fashion critic body-shames people that work in fashion
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"If you weigh more than 60kg (132 pounds), please don't attend fashion events," she wrote in a post, as reported by Malay Mail Online.

“Your thighs are spilling over onto the chairs on your left and right,” she continued. "It's so awkward and uncomfortable for the persons seated next to you!"

Twitter wasted NO time schooling her on her body-shaming language.

Her comment is unwelcome in an industry where eating disorders run rampant.

Ever heard of Ashley Graham? Or Tess Holliday? Or Marquita Pring?

Size is not a marker of success in the fashion world. With so many plus-size models, editors, designers, celebrities, and influencers in the industry, you either have to get over your body-shaming attitude or your tone-deaf comments will get you blacklisted — and rightfully so.

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