Apparently Helena Rubenstein has a "new" ad campaign, in which certain writers believe she looks "unrecognizable." Our old friend, Photoshop, is to blame. The Mirror calls it "a message to Ashton" and reports, "Demi Moore is back at work and looking amazing in these new shots for Helena Rubinstein."
The other day, when there emerged another photo-illustration of Demi Moore, smoothed and tightened beyond the point of recognizable humanity, we wondered when it was the Photoshop-embattled actress would release a "before" picture. Turns out, there kind of is one.
How does a celebrity keep a fading, potentially unflattering story about digital manipulation alive? She gets her legal counsel to intervene with a stern missive to bloggers that, like many women's magazine images, bears little to no resemblance to reality.
The other day, a few eagle-eyed commenters pointed out that Demi Moore's left hip on the December cover of W mysteriously receded to the point that appears narrower than her thigh. So...what happened?