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Jüergen Teller needs to stay away from fashion photography.

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^ No I'm actually not tired of it. I dont feel we have enough of this perversion. When people get used to it and dont find it "gross" anymore than it will be enough. I also like that they didnt use a male model, I am a big fan of male models but its nice to see a random person every now and then on an ad.

It is funny tho how most people liked that famous Gucci ad with Carmen Kass and her G shaved pubic hair and find the ad a classic rather than perverted or disgusting. But most people prob like that because: 1. its a woman, we're more used to seeing a woman's vagina in fashion, 2. Its "classy" and I bet if that same ad got released today it would have the same impact it had when it 1st came out, and 3. The people in the ad are models. Beautiful, young, and perfect models and they're also dressed.

But I guess I like perversion and looking at an old man's genitals... I guess im the only one here who doesnt find it vulgar
Well, everyone is entitled to their own opinion, so I think you answered your own questions in regards to glamor. Maybe others aren't tired of it as you aren't tired of sexuality. It's as simple as that, just a personal opinion. And everyone has a different definition for what is vulgar to them.

I do agree with you on the double standards in the industry. Male nudity is still considered a taboo and it shouldn't be. Like recently, Steven Klein's editorial for Arena Homme+ was banned from the issue (except the special edition which it was published in) due to full frontal nudity of the male models, yet, female models are always naked in Vogue Paris and it's fine. This needs to change. The male body should not be shamed.

I find neither this, the 032c editorial I spoke of, nor the Gucci campaign you mentioned vulgar. I just question their necessity and their intentions, because nothing is really shocking anymore.


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Will we see this is american Vogue pages? Anna loves Marc, but how much?

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this ad keeps the ball running for Marc Jacobs - but its very crude

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classic juergen hahaha but this is so bad

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