Keira Knightley has been digitally enhanced once more, this time for her Chanel ad promoting their Coco Mademoiselle perfume.
We all know Keira’s chest is flatter than a pancake, so why are the airbrushing kings trying to fill her out? And more importantly, why is she letting them? I thought she was against digital enhancements, ever since she was ‘shopped for “King Arthur”.
At the time, she said, “Those things certainly weren’t mine. We had an interesting discussion when they said, ‘We want to make them slightly larger and you’ll get approval’ and I was like, ‘OK, fine. I honestly don’t give a s**t”.’
A couple of years ago, she even admitted the obvious, saying, “I don’t have any t*ts, so I can’t show cleavage.”
Poor thing could be mistaken for a boy. Wearing only a pair of suspenders in the new ad, it depicts her having fuller breasts than she actually does.
Case in point, here’s a snap of Keira getting touched up for the shoot, looking reasonably flatter:
Airbrushing expert Chris Bickmore said Miss Knightley’s skin had been smoothed and her chest enlarged.
He said, “Her face has definitely been retouched, there are no lines or wrinkles at all. The whites in her eyes have been made a cleaner white and there are no lines on her neck, body or even the back of her hand where there would definitely be some detail. Her breast has had some shading added to it to give it the effect of being rounder and more pert and it has also been increased in size slightly.”
Is it setting an unreasonable measure for young ladies to try to live up to? What do you think?
source: [daily mail]
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