Made In Chelsea's Rosie Fortescue thinks some Victoria's Secret models are too skinny and promote unhealthy body images.
Rosie Fortescue thinks Victoria's Secret models are ''too skinny''.
The 'Made in Chelsea' star, who is also a successful fashion blogger, wasn't impressed with photographs from the annual New York catwalk show on Wednesday (13.11.13), which featured models including Candice Swanepoel, Cara Delevigne and Karlie Kloss.
Rosie exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''I just saw all of the Victoria's Secret photographs, the models are all amazing but some of them are a bit skinny, almost too skinny.
''I saw so many people tweeting like, 'That's it, I'm not eating ever again', it's like whoah, that's not what you should do.
''These are 6ft girls and you shouldn't emulate their body types, you need to pick someone who is your frame and build and be like 'I want to be more like her'.
''Someone like Jessica Alba is a good role model figure wise, she's very healthy.''
And 23-year-old Rosie, who was attending Vestiaire Collective's charity fashion drop at the Sophie Gass nail salon and boutique near Notting Hill, admits she doesn't pay much attention to '22' singer Taylor Swift, who performed at the Victoria's Secret event.
It seems the musician won't be appearing on her blog, which has become a hit with fashionistas, any time soon.
The reality TV beauty added: ''I'm not a big fan of Taylor Swift, she just prances around and dates loads of people.''
Rosie also revealed she swaps tips with co-star and best friend Millie Mackintosh, 24, but insists having photos taken in stylish outfits isn't always as glamorous as it seems.
She said: ''Millie and I both do lots street style with two outfits a day and ring each other like, 'F**k it's raining!' The other day I was like, 'All of my photos are disgusting!' ''
Rosie joined model Jasmine Guinness and actress Camilla Rutherford at the Vestiaire charity event.
More than 20 items of clothing, including a £2,500 custom made dress worn by Jessie J on her 'Alive' tour, were donated by stars for their chosen charities, such as Battersea Dogs Home and the NSPCC.