By Olivia SiegelMTV News / By Olivia SeifertA photo of a young fashion model wearing a faux leather jacket and jeans in a recent issue of Vogue magazine was met with criticism.
The photo shows a young model dressed in a long-sleeved, sleeveless t-shirt and jeans.
The article describes the model as a “fashion model” and the article includes a caption stating, “This girl is so hot!”
The fashion industry is notorious for producing images that are often misleading.
Vogue’s photo was particularly problematic.
“There’s a reason why this image is such a big deal, it’s because it’s fake,” said Caitlin McGovern, a senior editor at fashion website The Vogue.
“Vogue is a big brand.
But it’s also a brand with a long history of being fake.
It’s not the first time Vogue has been accused of creating fake images.”
Vogue has also been accused in the past of using fake celebrity endorsers.
In October, The New York Times reported that Vogue paid $5 million to have a woman named Mariah Carey promote the brand, which is owned by Vogue parent company Condé Nast.
Carey is also known as a fashion designer.
McGovern said she has not seen the article, but believes that V.J. Watson is using Vogue as a platform to promote her fashion line.
“This is a huge deal for Vogue,” McGovern said.
“It’s a great way to reach women.”
The magazine has not responded to a request for comment.