Reverse Airbrushing Puts Extra Pounds On Actresses, Models

04/29/2008 05:12 am ET | Updated Nov 17, 2011
  • Leslie Goldman Weighting Game

Nicky Eaton, head of PR at Condé Nast (which publishes Vogue, GQ, and Glamour) has confirmed that images of models are enhanced to make them appear fuller-figured:

"There have been cases where models are booked way ahead of a shoot and then they turn up two months later looking less healthy and perhaps a bit underweight. We wouldn't be happy showing them that way, so it is then that we would need that person to look a little bit fuller."

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