Ann Taylor LOFT Says They Only Photoshopped a Tattoo Off of Model

In an email to Jezebel, a spokeswoman for Ann Taylor LOFT says that a very uncomfortable looking photo of a model in a bikini on their website was only "minimally retouched" and that any reason it might have looked overly photoshopped was actually just because the model was standing "an awkward angle." » 5/22/14 3:00pm 5/22/14 3:00pm

Ann Taylor: "We Agree Our Retouching Has Been Overzealous"

After Ann Taylor's second very public Photoshop disaster in recent months, we were left with so many questions. How could this happen? Who's responsible? Does Ann Taylor really think these images sell clothes? Spokeswoman Julie Fredrickson was happy to talk. » 8/05/10 3:25pm 8/05/10 3:25pm

LOFT Uses Its Employees As Models On Facebook

After commenters complained that cargo pants posted on LOFT's Facebook page only look good on tall, thin models, the company responded by posting photos of Ann Taylor employees sizes 2 through 12 and 5′3″ to 5′10″ tall. [Mashable] » 6/18/10 5:40pm 6/18/10 5:40pm

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Ann Taylor's Attempt At Blogger Payola Draws FTC Ire

But the agency won't take any action. Ann Taylor recently offered bloggers gift cards in exchange for coverage. Under FTC rules, blogs must disclose their financial relationships with brands; now we just need the same to apply to magazines. [AdAge] » 4/28/10 2:30pm 4/28/10 2:30pm

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Fashion Bloggers Run Afoul Of New FTC Rules?

A few weeks ago, we received an intriguing invitation in the tips inbox. Ann Taylor wanted us to come inspect their summer Loft collection — and they were willing to pay us to do it. » 2/03/10 3:20pm 2/03/10 3:20pm

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