The most scandalous advertising

The most scandalous advertising

May 26, 2015

Advertising is different. Annoying, funny, stupid, useful. It happens scandalous. Which does not pass censorship. That's how this one is.

Miu Miu ad campaign 20151
Recently, the British Advertising Standards Commission ASA banned the spring-summer campaign of Miu Miu. According to experts, the actress from the second part of "Nymphomaniac" Miya Goat in the photo looks too depraved.

Kiss of the Pope and Imam, 20112
The Benetton brand is famous in the fashion industry almost primarily for its shots. For the advertising campaign of 2011, the company made a photomontage with the image of Pope Benedict XVI, kissing the Egyptian imam Ahmed El-Tayeb. Later, Benetton announced the recall of an advertising poster (the image was sharply condemned by the Vatican and believers), and apologized.

Cocaine from Sisley, 20073
Brand Sisley shocked the public with a scandalous advertising campaign. On the posters are two half-naked girls with a provocative make-up lying on a glass table. The role of the cocaine track was played by a white jersey; a credit card soiled with white powder was placed next to it.

"G" means Gucci, 20034
Mario Testino filmed one of the typical Gucci advertisements - the brand loves to be full of naked and pumped up torsos. However, this time they overdid it with the idea of ​​the G point - the pictures were banned literally a couple of days after printing in fashion magazines.

For Men by Tom Ford 20005
In Zero, Tom Ford shocked fans with hot commercials. One of the most scandalous photographers, Terry Richardson, was responsible for filming a campaign dedicated to the men's fragrance Tom Ford "For Men". Maestro overdid it.

Yves Saint Laurent Naked Champion, 20016
Back in 1971, Yves-Saint-Laurent destroyed stereotypes and the concept of male beauty, having appeared in an advertising campaign naked for his first men's fragrance. After 30 years, martial arts champion Samuel de Kubber appeared in the filming of toilet water from Yves Saint Laurent "M7". Before the picture was banned, the photo managed to earn about 700 complaints.

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