How Do You Feel About French Lingerie For Little Girls?
Controversies involving the sexualization of young French girls just keep piling up. First there was that Vogue Paris spread, then there was the uproar over one of its stars, 10-year-old model Thylane Blondeau. Now a lingerie line called Jours Après Lunes is raising some eyebrows.
Fashionista came across the brand, which specializes in loungerie (a lingerie-loungewear hybrid, apparently) for girls aged three months and older. As the site reads, it is “dedicated to ‘loungerie’ for children and teenagers, comprised of loungewear and lingerie to be worn over and under, inside and outside.” While the infant and toddler selection is comprised of cute little onesies, the “daughter” selection (for girls ages 4-12) is decidedly lingerie-like. By the way, the word “daughter” is used because some of the pieces come in matching “mother” sizes.
Thinking about 4-year-olds in underwear styles that their moms could wear is disturbing, right? Well, the website images won’t make you feel any better. Photos of little girls posing in their underwear makes us feel weird! Do you agree? Check out the pics below.