Khloe Kardashian has taken to social media to address the backlash surrounding her new modelling shoot for her fashion label, Good American, after fans accused her of Photoshopping the snaps.
In the series of edgy pics, Khloe, 36, showcases the brand's new footwear range which includes nude pointy-toe pumps and heeled booties.
But it wasn't the style or design of the shoes themselves that caught the eye of the reality star's legions of online followers.
It was the way they appeared to have been distorted and stretched, giving the impression that Khloe's feet were far larger than they actually are.
The mum-of-one's hands and fingers were similarly elongated, leading fans to suspect the images had been edited in some way.
"Who cleared this photoshop," one wrote on Instagram.
"Some editing..." said another.
Others were simply baffled — and slightly unnerved — by Khloe's lengthy limbs.
"The stretched-out feet are just wrong," wrote one.
"This looks weird," remarked another.
'Not a "photoshop fail"'
Khloe soon cleared up the confusion surrounding the bizarre pics, explaining that her stretched feet and fingers was a creative choice achieved through a specific camera technique.
"I mean..LOL how could anyone believe this is the size of my feet?!" she wrote in a tweet.
"It’s the angle and the type of lens. And personally I think this camera lens is so f**king cool. It gives the photo a different vibe and not the same old visual I always see. Either way, I’m happy with them," she added.
Khloe followed up her initial tweet with several more in which she hosed down photoshop and surgery rumours and revealed that the 'concern and confusion' made her laugh.
"Nope I didn’t get a surgery to stretch my fingers and nope it’s not a 'photoshop fail'. Have a great day," she wrote.
"Hope the 'concern and confusion' is now put to rest and we can just enjoy the photos LOL this really made me laugh today. Thanks for the giggle. No lie," she added.
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