Vogue editor Anna Wintour considered British actress Sienna Miller for the cover page but felt that the actress is too “toothy” and staff were worried she had “too many fillings” and “unruly hair”.
Mirror.co.uk reports that these claims were revealed in a behind-the-scenes documentary. The documentary also shows how Miller was airbrushed for the shoot back in 2007 with reputed photographer Mario Testino. They took one photo of her and super-imposed it on a separate picture of her body.
Miller's publicist said: “Sienna Miller is the first person to admit that her photos are always retouched - no one is ever that perfect.”
Patrick O'Connell, the head of communications, added: "While some retouching is a fact for any cover, no one is more convinced of Ms Miller's beauty than Vogue. The fact she appeared on the magazine's September cover, our most important issue of the year, is a testimony to this truth."