"California Bill to Fight Models' Eating Disorders Advances" (Reuters)
"A California bill aimed at reducing eating disorders among models cleared its first legislative hurdle on Wednesday, following efforts in several countries to fight extreme thinness in an industry that pressures models to lose weight."
"Model in Gucci Ad Is Deemed ‘Unhealthily Thin’ by British Regulator" (The New York Times)
"On Wednesday, the Advertising Standards Authority of Britain ruled that the ad was 'irresponsible' and that the model looked 'unhealthily thin,' fanning a perennial debate in the fashion industry over when thin is too thin."
"Fire at India Garment Factory" (Reuters)
"A massive fire breaks out at a garment factory in India where about 100 workers are feared to be trapped inside."
"Fashion Got Michael Kors Out into the World. What He Saw Made Him Decide to Give Back." (The Washington Post)
"On Tuesday, he will be honored in Washington with the McGovern-Dole Leadership award for his work with the United Nations’ World Food Program."
"American Apparel Lays Off Workers, Mulls Some Outsourcing" (Reuters)
"American Apparel Llc is laying off hundreds of workers as it overhauls its production process, which could include outsourcing part of its production to another US manufacturer."