‘SuitSupply’ New Ad Campaign So Sexy, It Seems to Have Forgotten What It’s Selling [Big Picture]

It seems like SuitSupply has shot the worst sexist ad ever,

Dutch company SuitSupply has drawn much attention with its scandalous Spring/Summer 2014 campaign as the brand hopes to sell its products with advertisements chock-full of bare breasts beneath drenched button-ups and bikini-clad women.

“Reminiscent of Abercrombie & Fitch’s attempt to sell clothes by removing them, the campaign (viewing options include censored and uncensored) features more naked women than actual clothing – much less men’s clothing,” The Huffington Post reports.

As PolicyMic’s Elizabeth Plank deftly noted: “The result is an ad campaign that only a guy who still idolizes Stifler could appreciate.”

She explained: “You can tell how mediocre a product is by the number of topless women the company thinks is necessary for us to pay attention to it. Suits Supply, a Dutch brand, with stores in the U.S. has taken that rule of thumb to a whole other level — a fully-dressed-if-you’re-a-man-and-naked-if-you’re-a-lady kind of level.”

“The images are advertising by association, an unsubtle persuasion technique that aims to link a product with something desired by the target audience. Suits bring you boobs. Boobs bring you sex. If I wear the suit, the boobs and sex will come to me, right?” Plank wondered.

“In fact, the geniuses who came up with the campaign were so effective in focusing attention on women’s milk factories, they seem to have forgotten their job was to sell those pesky suits. Barely any appear in the photos, especially if you click on the “uncensored” version of the campaign,” she added.

Everybody believed that the company had learned their lesson after their huge advertising flop back in 2010, when their campaign was so demeaning to women that the ads were considered highly offensive and removed from Facebook.

As Plank pointed out, “Who knew men could engage in so much sexual activity without ever taking their suits off?” In case you missed it, you can also enjoy luxurious curves of alf-naked famous models, Irina Shayk, for exapmle, who recently graced for a smoking hot campaign for the Spanish shoe brand XTI.

The Russian bombshell stuns in a smoking hot campaign for the Spanish shoe brand XTI. Irina shares her already 7th XTI season in a row with a British scene the British top model, Stephen James, as the new masculine ambassador of the brand.

Mr. James is well-known in the fashion world not only for his tattooed look and a career of aprofessional football player, but also for his projects in GQ Italy, Client Magazine, El País Semanal, Neo 2, and Paper Love Magazine.

The Spring/Summer 2014 campaign shows Irina draped around the shoulders of heavily tattooed Stephen James, casually holding onto her pretty summer sandals of course. The swimsuit model manages to find an array of original poses with the shoes – none of which appear to be anywhere near her feet however.

The brunette beauty, who has been dating her hunky footie boyfriend since 2010, can be seen embracing the young model’s hot bod as she clings to a pair of nude sandals. Irina changes into a pair of tiny leather shorts and a black bralet for another sexy shot with the tattooed model. The brunette beauty drapes a pair of blue sandals across his toned back.

According to Xti, the models were chosen for the daring photoshoot as they “erotically charged every one of the striking snapshots.” As XTI states an amazingly trendy collection of scarpins, wedge and gladiator sandals, flip-flops, flats, docksides, canvas trainers and sneakers, dandy brogues, cowboy and country ankle-boots and, of course, betwitching casual-chic bags goes under the title of “Free Spirit.”

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