CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Designer Bradley Bayou came to Harvard Tuesday night to talk about "the worst day of my life" — when his eldest daughter collapsed from anorexia — and said the fashion industry must share in the blame.
Bayou criticized fashion editors for featuring dangerously thin women and said the Council of Fashion Designers of America is turning a blind eye to dangerous practices, fearful of antagonizing the press for failing to deliver certain aesthetics.
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