Another celebrity is calling out the use of photo editing in magazines — this time in French publication Madame Figaro.
Emily Ratajkowski, the magazine’s latest cover star, says she’s disappointed that her lips and breasts appear edited in the final photo. To illustrate her point, the model shared what she says is the un-retouched original photo alongside Madame Figaro‘s cover.
“We all have insecurities about the things that make us different from a typical ideal of beauty,” she wrote on Instagram. “I, like so many of us, try every day to work past those insecurities.”
She added a plea for those in the fashion industry to “stop trying to stifle the things that make us unique and instead begin to celebrate individuality.”
Here’s a full look at the cover, courtesy of Madame Figaro‘s Instagram account.
We’ve reached out to Madame Figaro for comment.
Ratajkowski’s dig follows those of other high-profile women (Zendaya and Kate Winslet, to name a few) whose images have been altered in magazines. Though most glossies have yet to do away with Photoshop, other areas of the fashion industry have taken (admittedly minuscule) steps to ameliorate unattainable beauty standards in fashion. For example, earlier this month, French luxury designers casting models who are a size 0 or underage.