Kate Winslet rejects airbrush claims in Vanity Fair shoot
Ardent airbrush resister Kate Winslet has slammed claims that she was digitally enhanced for her Vanity Fair photo-shoot. The actress appears on the cover and inside the December issue of the magazine, where she channels Catherine Deneuve in Belle de Jour. Her rep told People: "Kate is furious at suggestions that her body has been airbrushed. She is in terrific shape and what you see is how she looks or she would never have agreed to pose for those shots."
To see more from the shoot, read on...
Winslet has always adamantly denied the use of airbrushing on her images. In January 2007, British Vogue was forced to swoop in and reject accusations that they Photoshopped Kate's image for their cover. Previous to that, Winslet also experienced problems when GQ decided to touch her up for their cover.
The jury is still out on Vanity Fair, what do you think? Does this shoot look airbrushed to you? Click on the images for a closer look and tell us below.
[Images via FYB]