It's been a bad week in a series of very bad weeks for American Apparel.
Embattled (and undeclared) 2016 Presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton has some 'splaining to do about why she used her own personal server to send and receive emails while serving as Obama's Secretary of State. She'll attempt to do that later this afternoon, in a press conference that Bloomberg Politics is …
In a case of "Don't believe everything you read on the Internet," those supposedly unretouched photos of Cindy Crawford in a bikini might have been retouched after all—to make her look worse.
Everyone's freaking out about Disney's Cinderella, and it's not just because the movie looks like a technicolor eyegasm; it's also because Disney may have extended the realm of Fantasy to Cinderella herself, digitally altering Lily James' waist to make it even tinier than it already is.
Kerry Washington is on the cover of the March issue of InStyle, and for the second time in a few years, she looks...different...than she usually does.
Everyone is flipping out over this "photoshop fail" by Australia's Women's Day, in which Kate Middleton's face is reconfigured to sport the pale skin, bright eyes, flushed cheeks of a dying consumptive. "12 weeks to go!" Woman's Day chirps, "...UNTIL WE ALL LOOK LIKE THIS."
Taking their cues from Vogue and Paper, an all-girls high school retouched ID photos to make sure that their student body was looking fly as hell when flashing their papers for discount movie tickets and ice creams. But not everyone is happy with the extreme measures the school took to make their students look bammin'…
A blog claims to have the unretouched version of Justin Bieber's probably not sexy Calvin Klein photo spread.
THIS SPRING, Jeremy Scott's Moschino is all about HOT BARBIE ICONS SWIMMING IN B&W REALNESS, DIRTY INDUSTRIAL VIBES WITH A SHIVER OF EIGHTIES DIAMANTE EXCESS, BLONDE EXCEPTIONALISM, THIN THIN THIN—oh shit girl, where your leg at?
John Mayer got a lot of Internet bloggers' heads scratching today when he posted this overly manipulated/filtered image of himself to Instagram on Monday.
The BBC tried to give fans of the show Sherlock and early holiday present but unfortunately something went delightfully wrong.
Beyoncé's got 99 problems and her ass isn't one – except that maybe it is, because she has allegedly photoshopped it in recent photos posted on her website. Will wonders never cease!
In January, lingerie line Aerie announced that it would no longer photoshop or airbrush its models and nearly one year later, it looks like it's paying off.
California attorney Svitlana Sangary advertises her services on a website plastered with pictures of herself smiling with her celebrity friends. Only she was never actually in the same place as her celebrity friends; all of the photos are 'shopped. Expertly, I might add.
Australian model Meaghan Kausman recently did an underwater photoshoot, wearing a two-piece by Fella Swim. A few days later, the brand uploaded one of the photos to its own Instagram—and Kausman was shocked to see they'd magicked away a good chunk of her body. And she is pissed.
OK. Thank you Internet.
A new petition seeks to make Dove, the company behind the "Real Beauty" campaign, more accountable for labeling manipulated images in advertising but the company's not having it.