We're hot on the case of the missing decolletage.
Jacquelyn Jablonski covers the latest issue of Vogue Turkey, looking stunning in a red blouse and high-waisted skirt as styled by Daniela Paudice.
But we were a little perplexed by Jablonski's appearance in the chest region -- did her breasts simply go missing?
Jablonski, one of high fashion's go-to girls, is small in the chest department to begin with, like so many top models -- nothing wrong with that. But her chest looks unusually smooth, like the mag simply Photoshopped her entire torso into one flat, shiny surface. The faint line above her necklace looks a bit like a sheer overlay, but from the looks of these behind-the-scenes photos, you can see that Jacquelyn's totally bare-chested in the center.
The super smoothing is certainly not as egregious as other Photochopped body parts -- Victoria's Secret is infamous for making limbs disappear and Ann Taylor's gotten into the act, too.
See the Vogue Turkey December 2011 cover below -- does this look like a Photoshop Fail to you or just one seriously lithe model?
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