Crudely chopped bikini Photoshop has Target offering apology

To “Photoshop” images of models rocking the latest fashion trends to entice shoppers is commonplace in the fashion industry, but the retailer Target took things to a whole other level with some bikini photos.

In fact, the third-largest U.S. retailer went so far, an apology was issued.

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Huffington Post reported on a pitiful attempt by Target to give a bikini model a “thigh gap,” presumably to make her legs look longer. Soon thereafter, Twitter users began calling the retailer out.

This tweet was captured by Twitchy:

Surprisingly, Target responded to the tweet by offering an apology:

And “Alissa O” had plenty of company, as others found the crudely chopped up images offensive, as seen here:



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