Fashion Ads Changed To Objecitfy Men

Imagine fashion ads objectifying men instead of women.

Two major players in the fashion industry have come under fire lately for allegedly taking things too far with women. Lauren Wade thought it would be a cool idea to objectify men in the freaky way that fashion ads do women. As you know, anything with Terry Richardson is bordering the line of pornographic and offensive and what some classify as art but that’s none of my business. The same goes for former American Apparel CEO with his ads. Let’s take a look at how these images are different.

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Tom Ford, Shot by Terry Richardson, 2007

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