The Genteel
April 16, 2021

Emily Maree

On May 3, Condé Nast International, Vogue's parent company, announced that from their June issues forward, the 19 international editions of Vogue would not knowingly work with models under the age of 16 or who appear to have an eating disorder. But, will Vogue's initiative be effective?

By Emily Maree

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Emily Maree

Budapest Hungary

Emily Maree contributes to The Genteel from Budapest where she is working on her journalism degree. She is the Fashion Editor for her university newspaper, writes for and is a freelance writer for various websites. Her blog is

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