Image retouching is often used to make aging stars look younger, so it’s only fair that for this September Harper’s Bazaar editorial, Terry Richardson took Leighton Meester from 20 to 50 with the same techniques.
In just four images, Terry Richardson uses the magic of makeup and photo manipulation to show Leighton Meester in her 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50s. Check out the gallery above to see more images from the September 2009 Harper’s Bazaar shoot.
Terry Richardson Takes Leighton Meester From 20 to 50 in Harper's Bazaar
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