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Thursday, 27 January 2011

AA - '95 - '11

I only ever mess with their Seed Stitch socks but their ads are unforgiving on the eye...

1995

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1997

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1999

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2000

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2003

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2004

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2004

Ad_Vice 190204.ai

2005

Ad_Vice Japan 100605.ai

2006

Ad_GarmentandCitizen 180706.ai

2006

Ad_Vice Japan-2 080106.ai

2007

Ad_S Magazine 170907.ai

2007

Ad_Vice France 250507.ai

2008

Ad_Vice 100408.ai

2011

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2011

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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

that bush is immense

Anonymous said...

for true

Anonymous said...

gushy bollock sacks

Loren Platt said...

The over sexualisation of what appear to be teenage girls reflects the sad state of mainstream fashion images and personally makes me want to vom and move somewhere far far away from AA billboards.

Mmmm I guess teen girl sex sells, or at least the sexual male deviant in charge thinks so.

Ollie Danger said...

Welcome back Loren...

The AA billboards seem to always be used as a scape goat in this ongoing saga.

The problem isnt Dov Charney the problem lies with the fashion industry. Compared to most Dov is championing a new wave of models, theres no denying the images are overly provocative but thats not new news. Check any runway show and you'll see models aged no older than 14 over worked and underpaid and its been that way long before our time.

Blaming males is easy but until girls stand up and take a stand collectively then its just going to amount to a few people whinning.

While you type theres female editors, stylist, casting agents all over the planet going against everything you're saying.