The buzz at Sundance was about "The September Issue," the new documentary about Vogue. The Huffington Post has unearthed its first juicy tidbit about the film: the magazine photoshopped Sienna Miller's head onto a different photo of her body. editor, Anna Wintour found the British actress "toothy" with too many fillings in her mouth. Wait, you mean the magazine covers of actresses (not models) are photoshopped? Come on! Duh.
The documentary shows how the actress was airbrushed within an inch of her life for the shoot with famed photographer Mario Testino back in 2007. They then took one photo of her face and super-imposed it on a separate picture of her body.
The magazine released a statement praising Miller's beauty, saying, "While some retouching is a fact for any cover, no one is more convinced of Ms. Miller's beauty than Vogue. 'The fact she's appeared on the magazine's September cover, our most important issue of the year, is a testimony to this truth."
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