H&M is under fire after using thin models for the plus-sized section of a catalogue.
The fast-fashion retailer insists that all models featured in the plus-size section are at least a U.S. size 14, but their thin appearance outraged shoppers, reports Rebecca Adams at The Huffington Post.
H&M, which is based in Sweden, received positive feedback after the CEO declared that he was working to promote a healthier body image last year.
Here are some sample images from the catalogue, tweeted by an outraged shoppers:
The retailer famously used a plus-size model for a swimsuit campaign last year.
That model, Jennie Runk, looks a little more filled out than the ones featured above:
She claims to wear a U.S. size 12 or 14.
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