The Kardashian sisters are known for their curvy figures and stunning looks. The world acknowledges them as good looking, but it seems they themselves are not really convinced of the same.
The sisters did a photoshoot for their Kardashian Kollection Swimwear line shot by Nick Saglimbeni, the image of which was released by Bruno Schiavi, co-creator for the Kardashian Kollection, on Facebook. Undoubtedly, the picture is ridiculously airbrushed and the figures of the sisters are altered.
Anyone who looks at the picture a little closely will first and foremost wonder about Kourtney Kardashian's baby bump and where it disappeared. Kourtney who announced her pregnancy with boyfriend Scott Disick on Nov. 30 last year was obviously three months pregnant in January, when the Kardashian Kollection swimwear picture was taken. So where did her baby bump, which was captured by media in late January when she was vacationing in Mexico, vanish?
Apart from airbrushing Kourtney's baby bump off, which was perhaps understandably chopped off for the ad, what is more horrible is the way Khloe's figure has been altered and made to look more shapely. Unfortunately, it's a pretty badly done job. Khloe's left hand can be clearly seen resting in the air while her actual figure has been trimmed into shape. Her left thigh also looks unevenly done with a zigzag line running along the thigh.
Kim's figure also looks impossibly perfect with unbelievably smooth skin. Wonder what fans have to say after seeing the Kardashian sisters' photoshopped image especially when it is meant to lure them into buying products from the Swimwear Kollection?
Photographer Nick Saglimbeni, who has worked repeatedly with them, revealed to Celebuzz.com and Omg! that the shoot was a lot of fun.
The girls are all very comfortable with their bodies and in their own skin, and they work with the same crew over and over so there is a comfort level there, Saglimbeni said. They are so close as sisters, so it was really more of a situation where they just poked fun at each other the entire day.