04/16/2013 06:04 pm ET

Photoshopped Legs On Wolford Website? (PHOTOS)

We're smart enough to know that models aren't perfect, but the advent of Photoshop has encouraged unrealistic portraits in media. So you'd think the techno wizards behind our favorite photos would exercise caution with their Magic Wands -- and yet Photoshop fails run rampant.

The latest: Wolford's website features a model looking less than photorealistic. The model, who wears the brand's "Bilbao Dress," appears to have legs protruding directly from her waist. Our friends at Photoshop Disasters have called our attention to the girl's knees and hips, which look, well, bent out of shape. Perhaps this Photoshop fail is a nod to the sleek, angular Guggenheim Museum located in this dress' namesake city.

Wolford's released wonky images before; back in March, they advertised bewildered-looking models frolicking through a false "Pastel Garden."

Take a look at the images below and examine them more closely in their natural habitat over on Wolford's website. Do you think the model is really that flexible, or has she had some help?


photoshopped legs

photoshopped legs

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