As the Fashionista story points out, the images used for the Vogue Mexico shoot were not cast by the magazine. Instead, they were commissioned from photographer Kevin Sinclair, who claimed he was not aware of Borawska's age. Of course, there should be some accountability when slipups like this occur, but this instance also serves as a bit of a wake-up call to editors, photographers, and agents alike who need to ensure the safety of a model whose face represents their respective work. Yes, oversights may happen, but we're hoping this latest one is the last. Visit the link ahead to get a peek at the editorial in question. (Fashionista)
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