A Chinese modelling company has denied claims Russian teenage fashion it represented died from overwork.
Vlada Dzyuba, 14, died in China on Friday after collaborating in Shanghai Fashion Week.
Her Shanghai-based company, ESEE Model Management, mentioned she used to be a contented younger lady who loved her modelling paintings.
Many overseas fashions in China are from the previous Soviet Union. China has rules that let youngsters beneath the age of 16 to paintings in sure industries.
According to experiences, Vlada started feeling dizzy and fell ill and used to be taken to a Shanghai health facility on Wednesday. She died on Friday from more than one organ failure after her situation briefly worsened.
The Chinese Global Times state newspaper mentioned she died of blood poisoning. The Siberian Times, an English-language newspaper in Russia, alleges that , from the Russian town of Perm, died of meningitis.
It claims that this used to be compounded by means of exhaustion following “a gruelling fashion show in Shanghai”.
Carrie Fang, the manager agent for ESEE who used to be at Vlada’s aspect when she died, mentioned the younger Russian had loved the 2 months she spent in China ahead of her death.
“She was a very excitable girl, she liked to eat, she liked to eat chips, like a teenager is supposed to do,” Ms Fang informed journalists on Monday.