Calvin Klein has once again walked right up to edge of minimal acceptability and probably into darker territory, and the internet is losing its mind.
And not for the first time.
The brand has a long history of controversy with its images and the buzz they generate.
Shocking for parents but just the latest of long line of campaigns that seem to keep the brand exactly where it wants to be with teenagers - in the forbidden zone. (http://uk.complex.com/style/2013/09/controversial-calvin-klein-ads/brooke-shields)
I can't say I'm a fan, but it's probably going to work.
‘Why don’t u actually feature clothes?’ another Instagram user asked. ‘YOU ENCOURAGE people to act out and victimize women and girls with these ads. Your models have body guards, the people who actually are acted out upon do not!’