I have a soft spot for Coco Rocha. Yes, she's a big model and kills the Irish jig, but it goes beyond that. As she explained recently at this year's IFB Conference, over the last few years she's really used her strong position in the modelling arena to spearhead discussions on important issues and this week she did just that on Anderson Cooper's daytime show, Anderson.
Joined by fellow model Carré Otis, Rocha explained the constant pressure on models to be a certain size revealing that she's been rejected by clients for being both 'too big' and now 'too small'. Like Karlie Kloss did last month in a video for The Cut, both models also expressed a concern about the increasing use of young models.
What do you think about the issues raised?