We wrote last week how much we think everyone in the fashion industry — and a healthy share of people outside of it — should see “Picture Me,” Sara Ziff’s documentary about what it’s really like to be a model. During New York Fashion Week, Ziff went backstage for The Cut to talk with models and writers about issues from how young models are when they start working to how much or how little they’re allowed to eat. In the third and final installment of the web series, Ziff explored body image, the developmental impacts being a model can have on a young girl, and the (lack of) diversity in the industry.
“Picture Me: A Model’s Diary” is currently playing in New York and will open in Los Angeles on friday.
[Via The Cut]