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While studies overseas point to the startling fact that "women want to buy clothes more if they see them on models who look like them," most magazines and advertisements woefully disagree and show us another thin blond. And NYFW really needs to get the memo: according to a not-exactly-scientific-but-still-the-best-thing-we've-got study, this last Week was the least diverse (i.e. the whitest) one in years, with nearly 85% of the looks modeled by white chicks. [Jezebel]