Emma Roberts Glows in Un-Retouched Aerie Campaign: "I'm a Real Girl, I Have My Insecurities, I Have



In 2014, lingerie brand Aerie stopped retouching photos of its models. The move has paid off for the brand.

In 2014, lingerie brand Aerie stopped retouching photos of its models. The move has paid off for the brand.

Denise Bidot Courtesy of Target Target is keeping it real in its new body positive swimwear campaign, which is entirely photoshop free.

The retailer has partnered with creator and dancer Megan Batoon, pro skateboarder Lizzie Armanto, model and body activist Denise Bidot, and TV host and model Kamie Crawford. The women have posted unairbrushed images of themselves modeling the new collection on social media.

"Target is committed to empowering women to feel confident in what they wear by offering a variety of style choices," a Target spokesperson said in a press release.






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