FOTO. De esta manera, Zendaya se quejó por el exceso de Photoshop

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We had a wonderful collaborative photoshoot with Zendaya as well as members of her creative team and family for Modeliste's Cover and fashion spread. We understand that re-touching of photos is a sensitive subject not only in the fashion industry but across all media. Upon reviewing edited images in comparison with the originals, Modeliste Editor-in-Chief, Amy McCabe jointly with Zendaya and her parents made the immediate decision to pull the issue and are working with Zendaya at her request to publish the complete un-edited and authentic images from our Cover shoot in Puerto Vallarta. We stand to represent and advocate a message of positive body image, self love, and embracing all aspects of individuality, natural beauty and the empowerment of women. Please stay tuned for more information to come from our Editor-in-Chief as well as the full set of unedited and un-retouched images which will be released later today on #zendaya #nofilter #modeliste

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As Modeliste Magazine's Editor-in-Chief, I would like to send a message to all of @zendaya beautiful, shining and loyal fans: We hear you and thank you for your outpouring support of the issue and this talented and inspiring young woman that we are all blessed to have as a role model and who will continue to inspire us through her artistic talents, intellect, creativity and honesty. I am compelled to publicly address this situation which was brought to my attention yesterday, personally by Zendaya, prior to the issue's anticipated premiere. Upon review of the final edited images which had been submitted to us by an independent editing company, together as a collaborative between myself, Zendaya and her parents, we concluded that the images had been retouched to an extent that was not acceptable and not true to the values and ideals we represent and promote in our publication I, therefore, made the executive decision to immediately pull the issue in order to have this rectified and have the images restored to their original, natural state which will reflect the true beauty and radiance of Zendaya. We look forward to sharing these shortly upon the issue's re-release. As I believe this is an important dialogue, please view my complete official statement at: and link in bio. Thank you! We love you Zendaya! ❤️ #Zendaya #nofilter #unedited #modeliste

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La guerra contra el Photoshop ha comenzado entre las agencias de publicidad y modelaje y los famosos protagonistas de las imágenes.

La actriz Zendaya, famosa por su papel en la serie “Shake It Up!”, publicó una queja en su cuenta de Instagram con una imagen suya antes y después del retoque digital.

Hoy salió una sesión de fotos mía y me quedé alucinada al ver que mis caderas y mi pecho de 19 años habían sido manipulados. Éstas son las cosas que hacen que las mujeres crean en ideales de belleza poco realistas“, escribió la artista.

La cantante terminó el mensaje dándole gracias a la revista “Modeliste Magazine” por haber rectificado a tiempo y haber publicado las fotos originales.

La queja pública de Zendaya logró que la revista rectificara con un mensaje también en Instragram, acompañado de otra foto de la sesión:

Entendemos que retocar fotos es un tema sensible, no solo en la industria de la moda sino en todo los medios. Después de comparar las imágenes editadas con las originales, la editora jefa Amy McCabe, junto con Zendaya y sus padres, tomaron la decisión inmediata de publicar las fotos originales, sin editar, de nuestra sesión en Puerto Vallarta. Estamos para representar y defender un mensaje de imagen positiva del cuerpo, el amor propio, la individualidad, la belleza natural y el empoderamiento de las mujeres“.

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