Vogue Turkey December Issue Features Jacquelyn Jablonski's Decolletage (PHOTO)

11/28/2011 01:46 pm ET | Updated Nov 29, 2011
  • Ellie Krupnick Senior Editor of Viral Content and Strategy, The Huffington Post

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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