Update: The Spanish magazine Lena Dunham called out for “mad photoshop” earlier this week has released an open letter, explaining the image had been cropped, not retouched.
“Of course, we are aware that any media outlet needs to be responsible for what it publishes, but this photo was previously approved by the agency, the photographer and your publicist … we used the original that they sent us without applying any kind of retouching,” Tentaciones staff wrote.
Yesterday, Dunham responded by sharing the original photo on Instagram and explaining she’d accepted the magazine’s apology.
“I understand that a whole bunch of people approved this photo before it got to you- and why wouldn’t they? I look great,” she wrote.