Cognitive Dissonance

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Karlie Kloss Loses Her Ribs to Numéro’s Photoshopping

From Jezebel:

Numéro magazine has a new cover editorial starring top model Karlie Kloss. The largely nude spread was shot in black and white by photographer Greg Kadel. But there are some stark differences between the photographs released by Kadel and those that appear in the magazine. Numéro, it seems, liked that Kloss was so thin but hated that her thinness made her bones more apparent. So in a have-your-cake kind of gesture, it made the bones disappear with Photoshop.

Oh goddammit. If you’re a woman, you literally cannot win. You will never be perfect enough to be not-photoshopped. Never.

Filed under Photoshop body image Numero really? thinness body distortion photo fuckery

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    Also, despite going on about how photoshopping out her ribs is so bad for girls’ self-image (because it removes the...
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