Isabelle Caro Before Anorexia
December 30, 2010 by Post Team
Caro made international headlines when she participated in a campaign by Italian photographer Oliviero Toscani anorexia in 2007 where she posed nde*, exposing her body ravaged by disease.
Caro died Nov. 17, but her only family reported the death to the press December 29.
(AP) – Isabelle Caro, a French actress whose image appeared thin in an advertising campaign shock and Italian including anorexia and career have been followed by others suffering from eating disorders, has died at the age 28.
His instructor long as Daniele Dubreuil-Prevot, told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Caro died Nov. 17 after her return to France for a job in Tokyo.
Dubreuil-Prevot said she did not know the cause of death but that Caro had “been ill for a long period,” referring to her anorexia.
Caro also in an advertising campaign by Italian photographer Oliviero Toscani in 2007 for Italian fashion house. Under the headline “No Anorexia” images through newspapers and billboards showed protruding bare Caro, vertebrae and facial bones.
In interviews later, she said she weighed about 27 kg, or 59 pounds, while the photos were taken.
Caro said on her blog and in interviews she had suffered from anorexia since she was 13. She wrote a book published in France in 2008 entitled “The little girl who did not Get Fat.”
The campaign came as the Italian fashion industry has a spotlight on anorexia exceptionally bright, according to a model 21-year-old died in Brazil from the eating disorder. Her agent, Sylvie Fabregon, told AP he was destined to “show what it means to be anorexic.”
Some groups working with anorexics warned, however, he did a disservice to people with the disease.
Caro images appeared on so-called pro-ana or pro-anorexia websites. On Wednesday, it posted a notice about her death and a picture of her, big blue-green eyes peering over a child-sized upper arm, with the caption, “die young, stay pretty.”
His life and death has attracted other disciples as well.
Vincent Bigler Swiss singer and Caro had worked on a video of a song he has written about anorexia called “I end,” a play on words in French which means something like: “I’m late” but is pronounced identically to “I’m hungry.”
Bigler said he wrote the song after being so excited and anxious to see Caro on television and hears the words to focus on hope and healing.
Caro “left me with many images, and much hope,” he said by telephone, describing the moods and different ideas as they worked on the project together.
Caro have spoken about her anorexia and her efforts to recover, and the threat of eating disorders in the fashion industry.
Acting under her instructor years in and out of hospitals. Her death and disease “are a waste,” said Dubreuil-Prevot.
Caro’s Facebook page says she was born September 12, 1982. It took violin lessons and acting classes at Nantes and Versailles, according to Marie-France Dubreuil-Prevot.
The Italian campaign gained widespread attention in Caro media in countries in Europe and the United States. She then served as a board member of Top Model France, and worked regularly as an actress and television.
Caro’s father alerted a few close friends at the time of her death and a funeral service was held in Paris, according to Marie-France Dubreuil-Prevot. Her family could not be reached for comment Wednesday.
In an online video, Caro ends with words of advice for aspiring models: “Believe in life.”
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