They then created a Facebook ad, believing the images celebrated femininity and revealed their "beach-inspired brand". But then the duo, who don't believe the photos were overtly sexual, saw their ad scrapped for that very reason. This applies even if your underlying product is represented by image ex: lingerie.
Skip navigation! Story from Fashion. And, what's sexy to some can be over-the-top offensive to others.
Darbyshire co-founded the company in November with Edzard van der Wyck who has since left the business to focus on other projects. In the peak season of winter, Heist sells a pair every 15 seconds. It was a big industry for two amateurs to take on.
AN ad for lingerie brand Honey Birdette has been banned by the ad watchdog, amid a backlash against a similar Rundle Mall billboard by the shop — who says Adelaide street preachers are causing the fuss. This image from the latest Honey Birdette campaign has been banned. Picture: Facebook Source:Facebook.
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Summer of Love. Designers Yasmine Staub, 27, and Lauren Carter, 37 stripped off to showcase their underwear designs for the lingerie label A Summer of Love. Ms Staub told Australian news site news.
Rock 'n' roll. There can be a number of reasons a TV ad is banned. Usually, the content can is too overtly sexual or shows nudity.
And yet! An Australian lingerie brand recently had one of their advertising images banned from public display due to complaints about its racy content. The specific nit to pick, here?
Basically, it's not one to show the boss…. Agent Provocateur are the kings of controversial adverts, wheeling out banned campaign after banned campaign and raking in some serious publicity while they're at it. Until now.