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Jennifer Lawrence Has Bones Shifted in Flare Photoshopping Shocker

In the biggest Photoshopping scandal since Miranda Kerr gave herself a tummy tuck (as discovered by you eagle-eyed FashionSpotters just last month), Canada’s very own Flare fashion mag is being heckled for its airbrushing of Jennifer Lawrence, everybody’s fictional BFF.

A GIF of JLaw’s June 2011 Flare cover first surfaced on Tumblr, where it was subsequently picked up by numerous blogs. It shows Lawrence pre- and post-Photoshopping, with the finalized to-print cover version showing her neck more elongated, her eyes pulled further apart, her collarbone lowered, her cheekbones sunken in, her hair thickened, her chin chiseled down, and even her freakin’ fingers made slimmer! I mean, she’s perfect already and it’s so unnecessarily needless. What were they thinking?

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Yes, it’s an old cover, and yes, we’ve seen this happen to a lot of actresses, but what’s ironic in this case is that Jennifer Lawrence is one of the most outspoken stars when it comes to peeling back the celebrity image. She previously criticized her Dior ad campaign, commenting to Access Hollywood about the photos, "That doesn't look like me at all. I love Photoshop more than anything in the world. Of course it's Photoshop, people don't look like that."

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Lawrence also told Yahoo! CEO Marissa Meyer in November, "The world has this idea that if you don't look like an airbrushed perfect model. You have to see past it. You look how you look, you have to be comfortable. What are you going to do? Be hungry every single day to make other people happy? That's just dumb." Do you think she knew about Flare’s computer whizz trickery and, if not, what would her reaction be?

The Rogers-owned publication has yet to comment on the issue, but I would love to hear them explain their reason for removing JLaw’s trademark moles. Is nothing sacred?! Now excuse me while I try to dislodge my collarbone to Flare’s acceptable standard.

Image via Tumblr/Flare

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Cate Blanchett Covers US Vogue’s January Issue in Celine

Cate Blanchett on the Cover of US Vogue’s January Issue

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Cate Blanchett appears on the cover of US Vogue's January 2014 issue, photographed by Craig McDean and wearing a graffiti-esque piece from Celine's Spring 2014 collection. "I feel like I'm on the brink of something exciting," she's quoted saying in the accompanying caption. That might very well be true, since Blanchett is a favorite to win an Academy Award for her performance in Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine

The Celine runway look:

Cate Blanchett Covers US Vogue’s January Issue

Runway image: IMAXtree

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Burberry Opens Beauty Store in Covent Garden Today

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Just when you thought Burberry's Christopher Bailey couldn't get any more advanced (after all, this is a man who controlled the weather at London Fashion Week), he has opened up the brand's first global beauty store in London's market haven, Covent Garden, with an aim to soften the boundaries of physical and digital space. 

Launching at the opportune moment to provide last-minute luxury Christmas gifts wrapped in exclusive Burberry packaging, the store focuses its attention on the style of the Burberry woman, catering to everything from beauty and limited-edition products to an exclusive selection of handbags for those going in for a little more than lipstick.

Burberry Beauty Box 16ft digital chandelier

However, even the swiftest of shoppers may have their attention diverted by a 16 ft. 'Digital Chandelier' glowing with images of the latest eyeshadow palettes and blush hues on high definition screens. The one-to-one appointments with stylists and fragrance discovery consultations are based on the catwalk collections themselves, and will certainly help you part with a few pounds inside the golden beauty paradise. 

Bailey sees the multi-dimensional store as a place that "brings together our fashion and beauty worlds, merging physical and digital experiences." With a till-free environment where the staff takes payment over iPad and iPhone, Burberry has taken the step into a new shopping generation where browsing turns into shopping with the same ease as an online shop.

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A Star is Born: Imaan Hammam Rules the January Issue of US Vogue (Forum Buzz)

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The cynic in all of us wondered whether the push for racial diversity in fashion last runway season would be just a fad in this fickle industry and would not bring any actual long-lasting changes. Although designers have yet to prove that they were serious about wanting more diversity in their runway shows, one thing is for sure: the Spring 2014 season has brought so many gorgeous ethnic newcomers on the scene who the industry just cannot possibly ignore. Malaika Firth has taken the industry by storm after scoring the Prada Fall 2013 campaign, Kai Newman was one of the standouts in prestigious shows such as Calvin Klein and Gucci, Cindy Bruna appeared on a Vogue Italia cover and was the only newcomer to get two looks in the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, and just last week we reported on Riley, the stunning new face who landed a spot in the new Givenchy campaign. But there is another girl who is ready to dominate editorial pages campaigns and runways: Imaan Hammam.

Predicted by forum members to be one of the hottest new faces of Spring 2014, the Dutch model of Egyptian and Moroccan descent did not disappoint. She followed a Givenchy runway exclusive with an appearance in Vogue Italia and is rumored to be in a blue chip campaign for Spring 2014. In the January issue of US Vogue, the beauty is the star of not one but two editorials. In “More Is More,” lensed by Craig McDean, she models looks from the Resort 2014 collections. And in “Flower Girls” (by Mikael Jansson), she stars alongside actor Oscar Isaac and model Liya Kebede. Forum members were impressed.

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image credit: fashionscansremastered.net via the tfs forums

“Two editorials in US Vogue?! This girl's career is just beginning, a face and body like that can only destine her for stardom,” wrote teaars

And TheoG posted, “She looks absolutely captivating in Flower Girl with Liya. I don't think I have ever been as excited by a girl in the industry now as I am with Imaan.”

“What a star!!! Bleeding hell… I hope to see her in some major ad this season and possibly on a cover. Can't wait to see her career develop into a long and prosperous one,” shared Mr-Dale

And lebigt summarized, “So, recap: Break out opening slot exclusive for Givenchy. Vogue Italia by Meisel. 2 eds in American Vogue. #ASTARISBORN.”

The ‘risk’ that many agencies took by debuting more ethnic girls than usual this season and developing them for a high fashion rather than a commercial career certainly paid off. We are excited to see such a variety of beauty on the pages of Vogue these days. And if these absolutely stunning new faces aren't another perfect argument for more diversity in fashion, then I don’t know what is.

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