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Codie Young in Jil Sander’s A/W 2012 campaign

Remember Codie Young? She last hit headlines in July of 2011 when the then-18-year-old model was removed from Topshop’s homepage after complaints from eating disorder groups about her slight frame. Well Young has finally reappeared, as the poster girl for …

Tue, Jul 10, 2012, 10:30

   

Remember Codie Young? She last hit headlines in July of 2011 when the then-18-year-old model was removed from Topshop’s homepage after complaints from eating disorder groups about her slight frame.

Well Young has finally reappeared, as the poster girl for Jil Sander’s A/W 2012 campaign, shot by Daniel Jackson.

Though Young definitely doesn’t look as slim in these photographs as she did in Topshop’s image, her face looks almost exactly the same, which leads me to suspect it might have been the camera making her appear super-thin. What do you think? (And remember – one random commenter each week will win a Fash Mob goody bag!)

See more shots of Young in the Jil Sander campaign over on Fashion Gone Rogue.

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