On Monday, Meghan Trainor—who made her name with the song “All About That Bass,” which purports to celebrate a curvy form—released the music video for her latest single, “Me Too,” only to quickly remove it. The reason she gave? “They photoshopped the crap out of me,” she told her fans on Snapchat.
Ronda Rousey has publicly apologized for posting an Instagram photo of herself that was Photoshopped, claiming she wasn’t aware the image was altered.
Chrissy Teigen, who once set her own vagina on fire with a dousing of jalapeno juice, has made a promise to the world to stop using photo-editing apps. The decision comes after recently posting a photo to Instagram where she showed off her inner thigh stretch marks and reminded us average citizens that no one—not even…
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!
Blast from the past! Rachael Leigh Cook of She's All That fame recently spoke at the at the Healthy Media for Youth Summit in Washington DC. She was upset, and, frankly, more than a little pissed off.
Rihanna looks spectacular on the July cover of Elle magazine. But is her waist really the same width as her head?
Inspired by the controversy over Healthy magazine making an "unwell" cover model look heavier, a former Cosmo U.K. editor has written an article in which she explains why magazines use "reverse retouching," and apologizes for promoting unrealistic images of women.
A British health magazine decided its April cover model looked "unwell." So they retouched her to look 15-20 kg (33-44 pounds) heavier.
The stars of Sex And The City 2: Rise Of The Manolos are on the new cover of Entertainment Weekly and they look great! It's just the arms that are kind of wonky. Let's take a closer look, shall we?
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.
Last night artist Marilyn Minter held a Q&A at NYC's Soho House to discuss her new book, Marilyn Minter (left), which is a retrospective of her career that spans nearly four decades. The painter/photographer — whose work in the '80s and early '90s, based on pornographic imagery, earned her the "bad feminist" stamp…
The 3rd installment of Kate Moss's attempt to play "fashion designer" hits Topshop stores and the Internet on October 25 and Ms. Moss debuted the line with one of those repulsive star-studded clusterfucks last night in London. And God help us: The stuff is actually really nice. Moss went for a strange Donna…
You might've heard, but we're no fans of Photoshop manipulation. And while we think it's really sad when magazine editors decide that it's not okay to have an elbow and some crow's feet on a cover, it makes us even sadder to hear that some magazines retouch their models to look bigger. Yes, that's right. Bigger. Self…