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The first fashion brand has refused a retouch of bodies of models


The Swedish company H&M became the first large producer a massmarket which has made up the mind to such step. The H&M company has refused a retouch of bodies of models in advertizing photos. Writes Daily Mail about it. The brand became the first among a mass marketovykh of the producers who have made up the mind to such step. Photographers didn't begin to remove extensions on hips of the girls posing in bathing suits and also hair at them on hands. Clients of the company have apprehended this courageous step of the producer with approval. According to them, such decision will help them to cease to compare itself to unrealistic shapes of models. H&M becomes the first leading retailer not to airbrush stretch marks https://t.co/i0iEMqLPSw — Femme Magazine (@FemmeMagazine80) on July 26, 2018. Earlier it was reported that the U.S. President's daughter Ivanka Trump has announced closing of the brand of clothes. Also it was reported that the American magazine Forbes called the most expensive brands in the world. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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