Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid fall victim to Photoshop fail

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Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid recently appeared on the cover of W Magazine for its 10th anniversary issue and everything went from pretty to pretty awkward after a glaringly obvious Photoshop fail.

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The models are seen on the cover wearing matching dresses while hanging outside a camping tent playing with puppies. But they both appear to be missing a knee! Eeeek!

Image: W Magazine

Twitter users immediately shared their opinions as soon as the images were released.

“What happened to their knees?,” most tweeted; while others pointed out their heavily photoshopped arms and the absence of space between Kendall’s teeth. 

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A spokesperson for W magazine said: “The images of Kendall and Gigi are part of a project by artists Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin, who are known for their deliberate use of digital technology, combining distortions with makeup and prosthetics.” 

But could this just their attempt at trying to cover up the worst Photoshop fail of the year?

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