American Apparel goes ‘Godfather’ in latest Photoshop #FAIL

Talk about doing a half-ass job. Plus, Starbucks experiments with a portable shop design, Hollywood’s most powerful publicists, ‘involvement’ powering TV ratings, the creator of the ESC key, and more.

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It seems somebody took his or her obsession with “The Godfather” a little too far. Following a recent photo shoot for the fashion retailer’s line of lace clothing, retouchers went to Photoshop extremes on one image depicting a model with a horse, or rather just the head of a horse. Although the company claims that it’s a matter of the angle at which the horse is standing. Judge for yourself. The photo in question is still live on the brand’s site, which you can find here.

I prefer that my horses—when they have full-bodies—be of the miniature variety. Starbucks seems to agree. As the company’s coffee sizes continue to grow, its latest test stores are seeing a drastic reduction in space. These pre-manufactured shops, the first of which opened in Colorado last week, are not only small and portable, but also designed as a walk-up or drive-thru café only.

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