Our forums aren’t afraid to call out Photoshop disasters and Linda Evangelista’s new fashion campaign for Hudson’s Bay is the latest to come under fire. Photographed by Pamela Hanson, the modeling icon stars in the Canadian department store’s new spots for The Room, a section of the store featuring brands like Moschino, Emanuel Ungaro and Simone Rocha, which Linda sports in the ads. Rarely do we have the pleasure of seeing the 90s supermodel star in a campaign, so we’re understandably frustrated with these over-airbrushed images.
“Too much Botox. She’s beginning to look like Leona Helmsley,” declared woemwoem.
“Exactly. I think I prefer her with shorter hair. These shots are really bad,” responded Benn98 in agreement.
Also left disappointed was Wintergreen, who exclaimed, “Oh no, she’s my favorite supermodel but her face isn’t looking that good now. A year ago I still thought she looked great. I don’t know what she’s done.” We couldn’t agree more.
Forum member justaguy wasn’t afraid to voice his concern: “They need to ease up on the Photoshop and she needs to stop doing whatever it is she’s done to her face. She’s a natural beauty that doesn’t need it.”
OllieJE was willing to overlook the post-production mess, but was still left unsatisfied as he noted: “Don’t care [about] the model, just repulsed by the ugly dresses.”
Do you think airbrushing has unfortunately become the standard in fashion advertising? Share your opinion and see the rest of Linda’s recent campaign here.