Jaden smith is the new face for LV women's wear Watch

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What are your thoughts on men modelling for women's clothing?
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He looks utterly ridiculous.
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His dad must be proud
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Don't see any harm in it. I often wear mens clothes so I don't see why it can't be reversed.
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(Original post by xobeauty)
What are your thoughts on men modelling for women's clothing?
Rather odd to say the least.
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His dad must be proud
That's all?
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Don't see any harm in it. I often wear mens clothes so I don't see why it can't be reversed.
In everyday life sure. But when people are trying to sell clothes I want to see it on a body that looks like mine.
Men and woman's clothes are made differently.

There's no reason for guys to be modelling women's clothes. And to be honest all this stuff, guys being able to use the woman's washroom ect is making me look at gay and transgenders differently. Not in a good way.
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Tbh, they all look as ridiculous as each other.
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What are your thoughts on men modelling for women's clothing?
The troll is strong in the creative designer of LV.

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It's the new wave.
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I hate that little prick so goddamn much.
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What on earth? :confused:
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I hate that little prick so goddamn much.
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In everyday life sure. But when people are trying to sell clothes I want to see it on a body that looks like mine.
Men and woman's clothes are made differently.

There's no reason for guys to be modelling women's clothes. And to be honest all this stuff, guys being able to use the woman's washroom ect is making me look at gay and transgenders differently. Not in a good way.
I don't think this advert is an attempt to "sell" the clothes - it's more of a statement, as with the majority of high fashion designers.
If this were Topshop trying to sell me a pair of Joni jeans worn by a guy I'd completely agree with your point, but I don't think selling the clothes is the real purpose of the advert.

Anyway, if you're going to use the "I want to see it on a body that looks like mine" argument, you should address the other models too. They don't exactly represent the bodies of the majority of women by any means.

What do you mean it's making you look at them differently?
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What on earth? :confused:
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They all look like unused characters from Coraline :/
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I don't think this advert is an attempt to "sell" the clothes - it's more of a statement, as with the majority of high fashion designers.
If this were Topshop trying to sell me a pair of Joni jeans worn by a guy I'd completely agree with your point, but I don't think selling the clothes is the real purpose of the advert.

Anyway, if you're going to use the "I want to see it on a body that looks like mine" argument, you should address the other models too. They don't exactly represent the bodies of the majority of women by any means.

What do you mean it's making you look at them differently?
Why can't they just say the clothes are unisex? For both male and female.
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Why can't they just say the clothes are unisex? For both male and female.
I guess they are with this advert. Hence Jaden, a male, wearing women's clothing.
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