Uh-oh. It appears 'Vogue' has made a big Photoshop fail on its front cover.

Photoshop fails are as awkward as they are glorious, and it appears fashion bible Vogue has made one just, you know, ON THEIR FRONT COVER.

Oh blimey. Blimey, blimey, blimey.

The issue, which sees the likes of Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner and body image warrior Ashley Graham on the front, claims to celebrate all bodies.

And apparently, ‘all bodies’ really does include all bodies. Especially, like, the digitally altered ones.

Let’s observe, shall we?

Do you see it?


... oh my god.

Gigi. Girlfriend...



While the reason for making Gigi Hadid look like the Daddy Long Legs of the ~supermodel world~ is not yet clear, some people believe putting Gigi's hand on Ashley Graham's waist is a sneaky attempt to make the plus-sized model look slimmer.

Which, just quietly, completely defies the ENTIRE PURPOSE OF THE 'BODY POSITIVE' COVER.

Others have pointed out Ashley's pose - with her hand on her thigh - is different to those of her fellow models to make her seem slimmer again.

But the 28-year-old insists she wasn't instructed to stand differently, it was merely a coincidence.

"I chose to pose like that," she wrote on Instagram. "No one told me to do anything."

So are we all up to speed? Vogue may or may not have given Gigi Hadid freakishly long phalanges to make the only plus-size model on their body diversity cover look not diverse at all, but her different pose was definitely a coincidence and not at all intentional.

I need to lie down.

What do you think? Has Gigi Hadid's arm been photoshopped?

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