Photo Credit: GQ Magazine; Photo on right: Germaine De Capuccini Skin Care
According to Irina Shayk, apparently latest technology in professional airbrushing allows techs to digitally remove undergarments. In Irina’s specific case, she’s claiming GQ magazine printed nude photos of her in their Spanish edition (December issue) when she recalls wearing her undies through the entire shoot. Having said that, was Irina also wearing nude-colored undergarments for the shoot she did for Germaine De Capuccini Skin Care (see below)?
Since we can’t find pics from the GQ shoot (yet), we’ll include pics from the skin care shoot instead. From the looks of things, she appears fairly comfortable with or without clothes, so what’s all the fuss? I have a feeling this might be some big media stunt to generate some more buzz for Irina.
Photo Credit: Germaine De Capuccini Skin Care
Whatever the case, UK’s Telegraph actually did a story on the scandal, which might end up getting resolved in the courts:
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Gael Marie, managing director of Elite, Shayk’s modelling agency said: “Supermodel Irina Shayk is the victim of ‘photoshop’ and breach of contract over photo approval in GQ Spain.” The model is said to be considering legal action against the publication.
However the plot thickens, as the magazine has hit back via a blog post on its website, in which is accuses Shayk of lying, stating: “Irina posed nude for GQ – Irina knows it, Elite knows it, the photographer knows it, and so do the stylists and the fifteen witnesses who attended the photo shoot.
“We have the contract, more than 15 witnesses who saw that Irina agreed to undress for the session, we have the original naked photos of Irina … What other evidence is needed? The facts, witnesses, original documents, photos … Why lie for lying?” [Read more]