UK Paper Sorry for Airbrushing Out Solange Knowles' Braids - NBC New York

UK Paper Sorry for Airbrushing Out Solange Knowles' Braids

The magazine said in a statement Saturday that the photo was altered for "layout purposes" but it was sorry for the offense caused

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    UK Paper Sorry for Airbrushing Out Solange Knowles' Braids
    AP Photo/Francois Mori, File
    In this Thursday, March 2, 2017 file photo, U.S singer Solange Knowles, left, and french actress Isabelle Huppert, right, look on prior to the show for Chloe's Fall-Winter 2017-2018 ready to wear fashion collection presented in Paris.

    Britain's Evening Standard newspaper has apologized to Solange Knowles for digitally altering an image of the singer on the cover of its magazine.

    Knowles — who had released a song called "Don't Touch My Hair" — complained on Instagram that an elaborate braided crown on her head had been digitally removed from the cover photo.

    The magazine article featured the singer talking about her experiences spending time at her mother's salon as a child. She also discussed braiding's importance to her and praised it as "its own art form."

    The magazine said in a statement Saturday that the photo was altered for "layout purposes" but it was sorry for the offense caused. The statement said: "Plainly we made the wrong call and we have offered our unreserved apologies to Solange."

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