Now the editor of Paper magazine has spoken out about the shoot - admitting she was airbrushed, but her bum is all real. Micky Boardman told a US magazine: "Every cover of every magazine is airbrushed on some level, but what I will say, is that is her butt. That is all really her.
Kim said to be "crushed" by the candid shots - but some aren't convinced. One poster on Mirror. If you boast about how perfect and flawless your body is then you are going to get shamed by people.
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Millions subscribe to Sports Illustratedwhich publishes many popular issues, including the highly anticipated annual Swimsuit edition. Many photos from this notorious issue have shocked SI fans over the years. Here we rank the most controversial Sports Illustrated swimsuit photos. Do the critics have a point, or are they missing the point?
For several years now, concerned members of the fashion and business communities alike have been asking the same question: What can American Apparel do to turn its troubled brand around? In their highly publicized efforts to do so, the good people at AA have narrowly avoided filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, ousted then rehired, then re-ousted controversy-prone founder Dov Charney, hired and fired several other high-powered company executives and even purchased another hip, up-and-coming brand. All seemingly sensible moves.
Amy Schumerour personal role model and the queen of our hearts, is on the cover of Entertainment Weekly this weeknaked and covered in mini bottles of alcohol in a boozy ode to American Beauty. She looks foxy as hell, of course, but we are a bit worried about her safety during this photo shoot as one wrong move means shards of glass all up in her naughty bits. Naughty Shards, we think is the medical term.
Lara Stone, international supermodel, wife of David Walliams and new mum, has posed nude for a magazine shoot. What's the big deal, you ask? Isn't there a lot of that going on these days?
April : French Marie Claire releases a non-airbrushed issue. Can these images combat the images below? Yes, unadulterated images matter, but their impact is diluted by the millions of adulterated ones. As consumers we are exposed [PDF] to hundreds of advertisements per day that overwhelmingly feature unnaturally or genetically predisposed thin women who have been further retouched.
Keira Knightley recently posed topless in Interview Magazine as her own personal protest against photoshopping. Knightley told The Times she demanded the not safe for work photos be unedited so people could see what she really looked like. Though the studio bore the brunt of that scandal, the actress herself came under fire in when she and Scarlett Johansson posed nude with a fully clothed Tom Ford on the cover of Vanity Fairin a picture that emphasized the gap the demands made of famous women and men in terms of playing up their sexuality.
She took to twitter this month to announce a new website featuring naked photos. The Australian actress interviews women of all cultures, sizes, and backgrounds, and feature artistic and very graphic and un-retouched nude photos, while focusing the text on gender equality, religion, sexual health, and other pro-female topics. Well, it gets people talking about it and reading articles about it, like this one.