1. Agent Provocateur
Video from 2012.
So: the woman’s a hero. (And the thief is as slow as molasses).
I mean, it is a lingerie ad, so they had to get her clothes off somehow.
2. Liaison Dangereuse
Wait for it…
2009 commercial via Germany.
Now she is an agent provocateur.
3. Blush lingerie
T&A for TSA agents.
2010 ad via Germany.
4. La Senza Lingerie
2010 video via Quebec titled, “The Cup-Size Choir.”
Oh, and you can play your own tune here.
5. Mia Lingerie
MIA lingerie attracts heat-seeking missiles, I guess.
2009 ads via Australia.
6. Blush lingerie
2011 billboard in Berlin.
Jumper cables. Nice idea.
7. Jane Pain
Ads from last year.
Headline: “What you can´t see is all you want to see.”
It’s such a simple photographic trick, but it does turns the usual boring beauty shot lingerie campaign into something provocative. Jane Pain is a high-end Spanish brand of lingerie, bathing suits, and accessories.
8. Fortnight lingerie
From 2011, via Canada.
Is this the most helpful lingerie video ever made? Yes. Yes it is.
Well, you’ve seen lots of sex. How about some violence?
The “women beating the crap out of each other over sale items” fashion retail ad has been done to death.
But I don’t think it has ever been executed quite so graphically.
2009 ad via Germany.
10. Diana lingerie
And, something disgusting to end the list.
In 2010, a company called Jealousy International launched their Diana® line of unmentionables on the anniversary of the death of the Princess of Wales with billboards across the China featuring a Diana doppelgänger (note the tiara).
The copy translates: “Feel the romance of British royalty.”
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