Italian fashion designer Brunello Cucinelli recently hosted a slew of tech executives at his home in Solomeo, Italy.
But an image posted from the summit is being slammed after it was revealed that the two women present were added into the photo after the fact.
The fashion house said in a statement that the doctored photo was created “when we realized we didn’t have a shot where all attendees were represented,” it had been approved by all the participants before it was posted, and that it “meant no harm or had any malicious intent.”
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A photo featuring Italian fashion designed Brunello Cucinelli and a slew of tech executives is being slammed online for Photoshopping in the only two female executives present.
The photo, which Cucinelli posted to his personal Instagram account on May 30, features familiar faces like Dropbox CEO Drew Houston, LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman, and former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo (Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos was also reportedly present, but is not in the photo).
But if you look closely, something appears to be off with the two female executives pictured, Peek CEO Ruzwana Bashir and Sunrun co-CEO Lynn Jurich. See for yourself:
In Solomeo, venuti da così lontano, voi Leonardo del terzo millennio mi avete onorato della vostra presenza. Insieme, seduti …read more
Source:: Business Insider