Condé Nast Publication announced they are banning the use of underage models in Vogue on Thursday, according to Style.com.
The publication giant made this same vow last May but was unable to live up to the promise, Style.com reported. Condé Nast announced that they will be redoubling their efforts to stop these errors and apologized for any previous incidents.
The magazine recently cast two underage girls to be pictured in Vogue China and Vogue Japan, Nylon Magazine reported. According to Style.com, Condé Nast officials say the images of the 14-year-old girl will not be printed in the December issue of Vogue Japan.
"It happened under our radar, and we are truly sorry. We will make sure it doesn't happen again," editor-in-chief Angelica Cheung said, according to Nylon Magazine.
Condé Nast said the promise will not apply to any article published regarding children's fashion and apparel, Style.com reported.