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Good thing they put that disclaimer up. All I could think was "who owns the rights to this?"
(via nssMag)

Italian fashion culture magazine nssMag has released an exciting (in so many ways) new game/website called "Fashion or Porn?" in which you are shown small parts of a picture and asked to guess whether it belongs to a fashion ad or pornography. Obviously, the point here is to critique the fashion industry for becoming pornier and pornier with each passing year. Some examples, as Nerve pointed, are everything American Apparel has ever done, that Miley Cyrus photoshootTom Ford sunglasses ads, whatever "Opium" is from Yves St. Laurent, and GQ's, uh, porn. Also, every random time a naked woman is selling you a product that is not designed specifically for naked women. If there was a product called "Ms. Rose's Boobie Moisturizer," I would expect breasts in the commercial. Not so much for jeans. People use jeans to not be naked.

Sources: Fashion or Porn? | nssMag | Nerve