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More Curves Please! Alessandra Ambrosio Surrounded By Scary Skinny Models

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By Leah OrnsteinRadar Features Editor

Apparently the fashion industry has a long way to go with promoting healthier body images!

The body mass index average was frightfully low on the red carpet of the Mario Testino Exhibit preview in Boston on Wednesday night, where the world’s top models showed off their bony knees, stick thin limbs and skinny backs in incredibly revealing ensembles,making Victoria’s Secret Angel Alessandra Ambrosio look incredibly healthy and sexy, and RadarOnline.com has the photos.

PHOTOS: Alessandra Ambrosio Shines In A Sea Of Skinny At Testino Event

Making it hard to believe that she has given birth to two children, Alessandra effortlessly dominated the red carpet, showing off her perfect legs a la Angelina Jolie in a slitty Versace dress.

Other posers at the event included Constance Jabionski, Edita Vilkeviciute, Erin Wasson, Candice Swanepoel and Joan Smalls, who all looked painfully thin compared to Alessandra.

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Gisele Bundchen was also at the swanky event honoring the famed photographer, flaunting her baby bump in a ruched Halston Heritage cocktail dress.

“It is unhealthy to say that women have to live up to this image that is super-thin, prepubescent and unsafe,” plus size model Emme Aronson sounded off to RadarOnline.com earlier this year about the fashion industry encouraging eating disorders.

PHOTOS: Plus-Size Models Show Us How It’s Done

“The disparity between what is real and what is shown to us is unobtainable.”

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