Coco Rocha

Coco Rocha on the runway at the Zac Posen Fall 2010 fashion show on February 15th. Photo: Getty Images for IMG

Well, there's our Krispy Kreme breakfast ruined.

Coco Rocha -- you know, the Canadian skinny minnie supermodel? -- claims that she is no longer in demand because of her weight, the New York Times reports.

We'd laugh if we weren't too busy crying.

Though Rocha has already walked the Diane von Furstenberg and Zac Posen runways this Fashion Week, the beauty had a long catwalk hiatus and suggests that her weight is to blame, the paper reports.

"I'm not in demand for the shows anymore," Rocha says. "I've been told to lose weight when I was really skinny."

Sheesh. If this girl -- who is a size 4, according to the NY Daily News -- is too fat for fashion, they're going to have to airlift us into our seat at the shows.

The budding fashion designer claims that she's made peace with her body... all 100 pounds of it.

"You know what, I've stopped caring," the Modelinia host says. "If I want a hamburger, I'm going to have one. No 21-year-old should be worrying about whether she fits a sample size."

This isn't the first time the model has spoken out against the fashion industry's skewed take on body image. In the past she has admitted to using diuretics and has spoken out against the dangerously thin look.

Rocha's latest comments come a week after the CFDA met to discuss health and weight issues within the fashion industry, with some reportedly pushing for age limits to keep rail-thin underage girls (whom Rocha calls "children") off the runway.

"Girls are told they're not skinny enough, or they hear, 'She's old, she's boring, we've had her, she's not tiny anymore,'" Rocha told the paper. "A lot of people don't take into account the vulnerability of these young girls.

"Everybody knows that, in general, a basketball player needs to be tall and a fashion model needs to be skinny, but how skinny is too skinny?"

What do you think? Do models have an obligation to be ultra-skinny, or should the fashion industry embrace curves? Leave a comment!

Meanwhile, read what size 4 supermodel Lara Stone says about being a "larger" model.