Backstage at the Max Azria show, past the five-foot-tall tub of Diet Coke (smattered with a few neglected Classics) and some partially nibbled platters of sliders and cookies (not everyone is allergic to calories), a port-a-potty door flung open to reveal the phrase “Don’t Feed the Models” scrawled in magic marker. A model, sad and frail and nibbling on a kiwi, was encircled by a flurry of hairstylists and makeup artists poking and prodding her. Following the show, which involved a lot of body-skimming sheaths in figure-flattering solids, we sought out Mickey Rourke’s opinion he has such insight into the female form! “I liked it because it's stuff you can really wear,” he said of Max Azria’s new collection. “Even girls with a big ass and big tits can wear those clothes. You know what I'm saying?” But surely, we countered, he wasn’t suggesting that these models had big butts? “Not these girls that need a meal,” he clarified. “They should feed them all.”
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