An Yves Saint Laurent ad was banned after someone complained that the model looked unhealthily thin.
The picture appeared in Elle magazine in the UK to advertise women's clothing for formal occasions when you're nonchalantly lying on the floor and just reflecting on life. But it won't be allowed to appear again.
Apparently in England you can just be like, "Hey, this ad is not cool" and the people in charge will listen to you. The Advertising Standards Authority ruled that the model does appear "unhealthily underweight" because the pose and lighting draw attention to her visible rib cage and narrow legs.
It's nice that now that this one ad is banned, women won't be pressured to conform to demanding beauty standards anymore. My morning routine is going to be way shorter!
Next step: people of all shapes and sizes relaxing on the plush floor of an ambassador's residence.