The size-zero debate seemed set to continue last night after a designer at London's Fashion Week made the controversial decision to use a size minus 1 model.
British designer and current enfant terrible, Alexander McQueen, decided to use model Linda Vaginablister in one of his shows. The move sparked outrage from groups such as Anorexia Anonymous and BulimiaWatch, who had been campaigning in order to ban gaunt and emaciated models from the catwalk.
What further infuriates the protesters is that Miss Vaginablister died of starvation three years ago.
"What sort of message is this sending out to young girls?" said one big arsed lesbian that we interviewed today, "It's sick! Girls will believe that they will only be pretty if they are a stick thin corpse."
Mr McQueen, however, was unrepentant and told us, " Yes, she died three years ago, but Miss Vaginablister is a professional and feels that, although death can sometimes spell the end of a models career, she still has a lot to offer the world of fashion."
Kate Moss was in the audience for Mr McQueens show and said that it was 'spectacular'.
"The clothes were fantastic and Linda Vaginablister stole the show. The clothes just hung beautifully on her slender, skeletal frame as she was wheeled on and off the catwalk by a man in a boiler suit."