An Interview with Nikolett Bogár: The Fashion Industry and Eating Disorders

Nikolett Bogár, co-author of The Fashion Industry and Eating Disorders: The Dangers of the Catwalk, has recently been interviewed for the Hungarian website 7Koznapi (or ‘7 Everyday Psychology’ in English).

The interview is a fascinating read and offers a brilliant insight into Nikolett’s life, from her childhood and teenage years up until the current day. The interview also delves into Nikolett’s drive to write The Fashion Industry and Eating Disorders, and her advice for the fashion industry. To read the full article please click here.

For more information about Nikolett’s book, co-authored by Ferenc Túry, here’s an excerpt from the back cover:

The world of fashion models is attractive for everybody. For the average audience, a fashion model’s life is glamorous, elegant and enviable, and many young women aspire to follow such ideals. Today, in the age of modern information technologies, there are endless tools for communicating with the world related to fashion.

The daily lives of fashion models can be followed by the masses on social media platforms; they have become influencers, and millions follow the image they represent. However, in the background, there is stress and tension. The fashion industry creates fierce competition, and the models are under intense pressure concerning their body shape. Slimness is a fundamental requirement. This, in turn, leads to an increased risk of eating disorders: fashion models are more prone to develop anorexia or bulimia like symptoms.

The book investigates the role of the representatives of the fashion industry in the excessive ideal of slimness and in the enhanced risk of developing eating disorders. Ensuring the health of the models must be a fundamental aspect of the industry.

To order a copy of the book please visit https://www.cambridgescholars.com/the-fashion-industry-and-eating-disorders, or contact orders@cambridgescholars.com.

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