Posted 31 March 2017 - 06:00 AM
Posted 18 April 2017 - 04:23 PM
Posted 18 April 2017 - 05:17 PM
i've never seen chest bones in anyone without an ed, so i'd say probably.
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Height: 5'3 1/2"
Posted 19 April 2017 - 06:59 AM
The pics of her in the long black dress scream anorexic, but her face looks deceptively healthy by comparison which is probably why it's still not on anyone's radar.
Her wiki also says she's an "ethical vegan". Hmmmmmmm, sounds like an excuse to restrict (not denying she cares about the ethical side but there's other convenient aspects of veganism for EDs)
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6'2 // HW: 82kg // CW 55kg (15.6)
Jan '18: Hospitalised after heart failure caused by AN
Trying recovery // CGW?: 58kg
labels, labels, labels:AN B/P, GAD, MDD, OCD
Posted 23 November 2021 - 09:28 PM
Based off this picture, she HAS to have something, drug addiction, physical illness, ed. Based on how rampart it is in Hollywood though I'd say most likely ED. Though of course we can't know for certain and probably shouldn't speculate but it is concerning.
Also yes this is WAY late for a response but I recently saw an interview of her and thought she can't be well and searched her here.
Height: 170.5cm (5’7”)
HW: 84kg (BMI 29) - Overweight
SW: 73.5kg (BMI 25) - Overweight
CW: 66.7kg (BMI 23.1) - Healthy Weight
GW 1: 63kg (BMI 21.8) - Healthy Weight
GW 2: 60kg (BMI 20.8) - Healthy Weight
GW 3: 55kg (BMI 19) - Healthy Weight
GW 4: 50kg (BMI 17) - Underweight
GW 5: 44kg (BMI 15) - Underweight
LW: 40kg (BMI 14) - Underweight
UGW: 39kg (BMI <14) (I just kind of want to say I got into the 30’s but also I know that’s really dangerous!)
UGW 2: 30kg (BMI 10.4) - Underweight (Will never get here, it's too low, I'd die I think, but hm I wish I could say I'd made it to BMI 10, so fucked up)
Posted 04 January 2022 - 07:55 PM
McCrostie is an advocate for ethical and sustainable living and she has created a small online website which sells products made from re-purposed materials that would have otherwise been thrown away. A costume designer who worked with McCrostie on a short film, initially inspired McCrostie to only buy clothing from charity and vintage shops. McCrostie later learned about the destructive effect the fashion industry has on the environment and to humans, so she felt motivated to continue buying second-hand clothing to promote the idea of conscious consumption. The documentary The True Cost also inspired McCrostie to promote sustainability in the fashion industry.
McCrostie maintains an environmentally-friendly and sustainable lifestyle, and encourages her family to shop package free and to reduce the amount of plastic they consume as a household.
In November 2017, McCrostie became an ambassador for the New York based environmental organisation called Earth Angel which endeavours to reduce waste and harm to the environment on the sets of film, television, commercials and special events.
It reminds me so much of me it's painful. If she doesn't have typical AN then I think the stress and the attempt to go both vegan and packaging free are taking their toll on her. I really feels for her.
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