There isn’t much difference between the old (on the right) and the new (logically, on the left) David Beckham Bodywear campaign of the Swedish clothing multy H&M. One’s almost wondering, what the hell, this new campaign that looks exactly like the old one, is. That, only for as long till one notices the subtle difference that distinguishes the old campaign from the new in absolute, unbeatable transparency.
The porn star stache!
Cool! H&M has photographed and placarded a completely new campaign only because “Becks” looks like a leather motorcycle-cop now. And if you look attentively, you’ll see that his cock has grown, too – which is also only natural – with THE mustache!
By the way, the New York Magazine made us aware of the subtle distinction. Thanks for that!
Today the people of Scotland are deciding in a referendum, if they want to be independent, or want to continue being a part of the British kingdom. Ex-corner-and-free-kick-specialist and fashion icon David Beckham has militated against the split-off of Scotland in an open later.
‘Becks’ says, watch out, get your tissues, because now it is getting emotional: that Scotland and England have more in common, then what separates them.VIVIENNE WESTWOOD apparently has a different opinion:
Westwood sent her models on the catwalk, at her Red Label SS 2015 show during London fashion week, with blue ‘YES’ buttons, which were pinned on hats and revers.
Westwood, who’s always used her fashion shows as a platform for political messages, also put notes on the chairs of the guests before the show, which had the following statement on them:
‘I am so excited. I hope that the Scots will win. It could be the turning point towards a better world. They could lead by example.’ Backstage, after the show, her words in-favour of the split-off of Scotland, were even clearer: ‘I hate England … I like Scotland because somehow I think they are better than we are. They are more democratic.’
The fashion by Vivienne Westwood – doesn’t matter in which line – has crossed its zenith. When Vivienne’s pieces become fashion (again), then it’s mostly old ideas, like the ‘Mountain Hat’, which are becoming successful again.
But – if you are not considering her fashion – it is fascinating with what kind of radicalness Westwood is combining fashion in politics, although her high age (73 years). She knows how to use fashion as a platform for her opinion, as well as hardly anyone else in the fashion business.