- Apr 10, 2011
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At least for me, I don't find the ads so much tasteless as I find them to be cringey. But that imagery has long been associated with Suitsupply. I agree that, if a company I shopped at made those ads, I would be put off, just because it's kind of cringe. Only saying that, as far as sexual imagery in fashion goes, this is not offensive to me.Received that in today’s newsletter... finally understood what other people meant when they described the previous NSFW tadteless ads from susu. I honestly was pretty surprised by it, and kind of damaged the image I had from them. In the past years when you would mention suit supply people acknowledged a good brand with good products. I don’t really wanna be associated with those ads .. imagine the reactions from people who congratulate you on fit, you mention it’s susu, and they say ’oh that brand that advertises for horny 20 year olds’.
definitely dont have the same reading as @dieworkwear ...
this is not a roger ebert analysis we are looking for