Beginning with their June issues, the editors of the 19 international editions of Vogue magazine have made a pact to stop using models under age 16 or those who, from the viewpoint of the editors, appear to have an eating disorder. (Source)The problem with Vogue's new modelling rules is this part; "... who, from the viewpoint of the editors, appear to have an eating disorder". People who see (too) skinny as a norm, something good, will not see the warning signs in the same way. It's like letting an anorexic decide if they are too skinny or not. H&M have made claims about picking their models more carefully more than once,and they still keep failing. It's easy to doubt that Vogue will live up to what they promise.
It would be great if they succeed with their ambitions, but that's only one small step towards a "sane" display of models all over. We are still far away from models being "normal".