'It's angles people!' - Ashley Graham denies being photoshopped on her latest magazine cover
Ashley Graham has fired back at critics claiming her latest magazine shoot was digitally altered.
The body positive American model, who continues to promote messages of self-acceptance and female empowerment, has posed for the likes of Levi's, Lane Bryant and Addition Elle.
For her latest gig, Ashley graces the February 2018 issue of Cosmopolitan Russia, with some followers taking to social media on Thursday to accuse photo editors of Photoshopping her figure to make it appear thinner.
"I'm always disappointed when I see this much retouching. Tsk tsk," one Instagram user commented, while another added: "Please, Ashley, tell them (for the next time) you don't need to be Photoshopped to be fabulous."
Some followers felt Ashley's waist has been made to appear cinched in, while others pointed out that her left arm looked smaller than her right.
However, the fashion star is having none of the criticism, taking to her official Instagram page to share an image of the cover photo, and added the caption: "Before the Photoshopping experts start commenting - no one slimmed me down. It's angles people."
For the image, Ashley poses in a light blue denim skirt and denim vest from her collection for Marina Rinaldi.
The 30-year-old announced in September that she was teaming with the Italian womenswear label on a capsule collection, after working with executives on an advertising campaign.
Items from the line drop in store and online this month, with the range including shirts, dresses, body-hugging trousers, strapless jumpsuits and biker jackets, with metallic details signed with Ashley's signature. While the line, called Let's Denim, looks like denim, it is actually made from a softer material.