Mentally scribble over Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s and Emily DiDonato’s faces, arms and legs. Then replace them with the leathery, Werther’s-hued skin of a 68-year-old retiree named Ginger who lives in Boca. See? It’s not even weird.
In Juicy Couture’s Spring 2014 ads, super-stylist Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele might’ve been denouncing ageism, lamenting the fleetingness of youth or predicting the Real Housewives of Everywhere’s futures, but more superficially, she’s telling us it’s OK to dress like a geriatric Paris Hilton. Fluorescent velour sweats, racing-striped leggings, ribbed sweaters — it’s all very “Floridian nana,” no? (Minus the gingham bikinis.)
As always, power couple Inez and Vinoodh — what haven’t they shot lately — made everything pretty and rule-of-thirds-y, even the back of the driver’s head. If it is indeed who we suspect it is, that alone would make us think we were onto something with our commentary-on-old-people-prejudice theory.
this is some kind of spaceship or something.
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