Don't worry, the "mistake" was caught and replaced with society's idea of the perfect woman. Kim miraculously lost the veins and cellulite on her legs, gained some additional curves to her cleavage and waistline and her outfit now fits her every curve.
Honestly, we think the lack of photo shopping was the least of the magazine's worries. Kim looks great in all her PhotoShopped glory, but the creative direction for the shoot itself was just really bad.
Then again, Complex is a magazine for men, so as long as the female "models" they use show some majorly enhanced T & A, who cares about bad backdrops and lighting effects, right?