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After five months of deliberation, the U.K’s Advertising Standards Authority has officially banned no less than eight American Apparel ads.
Today in American Apparel advertising: watercolor porn. First came the line drawings, then the pencil sketches, and now we have a pastel-colored watercolor featuring an Eighties-styled blonde and no less than three pairs of breasts.
Philosophical Question Of The Day: Is a picture still NSFW if the model isn’t a real person? American Apparel’s latest ad appears in Vice magazine, comes to us via Copyranter, and features a pair of bared breasts but not a single human being.
Don’t blame Terry — this American Apparel advertisement is another Richardson’s fault. Richardson Magazine, stylist Andrew Richardson‘s overly sexualized glossy, ran the ads that are probably supposed to feature American Apparel’s high-waisted lace booty short. But all we see is a half-naked brunette.
Dov Charney? Well take a number, or better yet, take his number. That’s right, with a category 5 shitstorm brewing over revelations about the company’s discriminatory hiring practices, sizing practices and just about everything else, now the bum Los Angeles based clothier has decided to make Dov’s digits public.
Via Funny or Die comes this video spoof of American Apparel’s super-sexed advertising tendencies. The clip features a soft-spoken and aviator-wearing Dov Charney lookalike coaxing a transgendered model into hilarious and hypersexual poses.