Keira Knightley Altered For Coco Chanel Scent
Again and again! Oh, Gosh! Though everyone is aware of the fact that Keira Knightley is pretty flat, they call her for the semi-naked ad campaign shoots. Last time the airbrush gave her bust a boost, Keira told us all about it.
And this time the actress, 24, has peeled off for a new campaign for Chanel’s Coco Mademoiselle Perfume.
The Pirates of the Caribbean star stripped to the waist. Her chest is covered only by a pair of braces and her bust looking noticeably fuller that usual.
Airbrushing expert Chris Bickmore said Miss Knightley’s skin had been smoothed and her chest enlarged.
“Her face has definitely been retouched, there are no lines or wrinkles at all. The whites in her eyes have been made a cleaner white and there are no lines on her neck, body or even the back of her hand where there would definitely be some detail.
Her breast has had some shading added to it to give it the effect of being rounder and more pert and it has also been increased in size slightly.”
Liberal Democrat MP Lynne Featherstone said that advertisers should point out where images have been altered.
She has been campaigning against excessive airbrushing in advertisements along with fellow MP Jo Swinson.
“Keira is a beautiful woman and that’s the point. If the image has been airbrushed then people need to know so they don’t try and achieve what is totally unrealistic.
Young girls especially will try and aspire to things which often they can’t achieve and which will leave them feeling bad about themselves. Where an image has been altered and retouched, we are simply saying there needs to be a symbol showing what has been done and where.”
That’s probably not the first time when a Chanel advertisement features Knightley been altered.
Keira is featured semi-naked with just a bowler hat covering her chest in a 2007 campaign in which she also looked decidedly curvier than usual.
The actress had arisen the controversy in 2004 when she revealed that the King Arthur publicity posters had been digitally altered.
She told a U.S. magazine at the time:
“Those things certainly weren’t mine. We had an interesting discussion when they said, “We want to make them slightly larger and you’ll get approval’ and I was like, “OK, fine. I honestly don’t give a s***”.”
She then admitted in 2006:
“I don’t have any t***, so I can’t show cleavage.”
Last year the actress’s mother Sharman Macdonald, 58, claimed the actress must ‘eat like a horse’ to keep herself at a healthy weight.
A spokesman for Chanel refused to say whether or not the star’s figure had been digitally altered saying:
“We have no comment.”
That’s how ordinary fragrance ad campaign turned into the big moral issue.
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