Ann Taylor Mistakenly Reveals Their Photoshop Process [Updated]

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Remember how Ann Taylor promised to "feature more real, beautiful images" after turning models into Stretch Armstrong dolls on its website? Well, they've started by adding some unretouched thumbnails that transform into ribless monstrosities when you click them.

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Too see for yourself, head to this page on Ann Taylor's website and click on the image in the upper left corner:

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Illustration for article titled Ann Taylor Mistakenly Reveals Their Photoshop Process [Updated]

As the page loads, you'll get to see what the Chiffon Trim Tank looks like on a real woman for a few seconds. Then she shrinks into a awkward creature barely able to support the weight of her torso with her tiny child hips.

Buyer beware: This item is on final sale, so if you're planning to wear it with your all your bones intact, you should think twice before purchasing.

Update: The item has mysteriously disappeared from Ann Taylor's website.

Chiffon Trim Tank [Ann Taylor]

Earlier: Ann Taylor Apologizes For Photoshop Horror
Ann Taylor's Photoshop Insanity

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CassandraSays
CassandraSays

And countdown to commenters claiming that no, this hasn't been altered, you're just seeing things that aren't there and you hate naturally thin people that image on the right is totally her natural body type, and also why does it matter when more serious crimes against women exist, and you have to understand it's not their fault they just give the public what they want!

(Did I miss anything? Is there a new reason why we're supposed to pretend that this is no big deal?)