La Vénus & le mannequin : 10+ publicités sculpturales

Alerte à la tendance ! La statue antique squatte les shootings depuis un moment alors que les langues se délient quand on parle silhouette & féminisme. Deux courants majeurs du portfolio des sculptures de la mode : habiller la statue ou escalader la statue. Tour d’horizon de ces campagnes médusantes qui se changent en pierre pour attirer tous les regards…

C’est bien joli tout ça mais c’était plus rigolo quand la liberté allait se baigner :

 

Découvrez aussi cette série de statues en slip, ou pas.

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