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J.Crew Uses Photoshop to Carve Out Model's Thighs

November 1, 2012
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We're pretty used to fashion brands retouching photos to contort models’ bodies. But while slimming down legs, removing ribs and even doling out lopsided boob jobs are certainly jarring, we couldn't help but feel completely stunned upon seeing J.Crew's recent Photoshop fail — it completely obliterated a model's thighs. Is nothing sacred?...

 

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