Balenciaga’s ‘scary’ advertising featuring kids in “bondage clothes”

Balenciaga’s ‘scary’ advertising featuring kids in “bondage clothes”

They are involved in a controversy.

Two young women clad in what looks to be bondage attire are seen in a commercial for Balenciaga, which has prompted internet criticism.

The fashion house, which has been associated with the likes of Kim Karsdashian and has made headlines in the past for its daring fashion choices, displayed the miniature models in Balenciaga clothing, holding plush toys that contrasted with the horrifying bondage outfits.

In one shot, a little girl with ginger hair wore a T-shirt from the brand while petting a white bear that was wearing a vest with a padlocked choker.

In another, a toddler with brown hair wore a blue suit while holding a purple stuffed animal that was also dressed in BDSM clothing.

Balenciaga did not answer to the Post’s request for comment immediately.

According to Twitter users with keen eyes, the photographs were distributed online and generated uproar.
Jam Press/Balenciaga

Online shoppers saw the advertisements and were outraged, describing the images as “scary,” “creepy,” and “wrong.”

“I assumed people were trolling, but they weren’t. It is true. Possibly for this reason, Balenciaga departed Twitter. They do not desire accountability. One Twitter user exclaimed, “Yes, those are children holding teddy bears dressed in bondage attire.”

I believed people were trolling, but they weren’t. It is true. Possibly for this reason, Balenciaga departed Twitter. They do not desire accountability. Yes, these children are holding teddy bears dressed as slaves. pic.twitter.com/zBlACUiZjo

— Sav! (@thisissavvy1) November 21, 2022

“The brand ‘Balenciaga’ just did an interesting photoshoot for their new products, which included a purposefully poorly concealed court document about ‘virtual child porn,'” an astute user observed.

“This is disgusting and frustrating. “I do my best to avoid what appear to be conspiracies on Twitter, but they included this child porn reference on purpose in their shoot,” commented a Twitter user using the hashtag “burnitdown.”

Recently, the brand “Balenciaga” did an interesting photoshoot for their new products, which included a purposefully poorly concealed court document about “virtual child pornography.”

Ordinary things pic.twitter.com/zjMN5Wh0s

— shoe (@shoe0onhead) on 21 November 2022

“Ew, even if the rest is too ‘conspiracy theory’ for those with small brains, WHY would you have a child holding a teddy bear while wearing bondage gear??? So vile! “F–ck Balenciaga,” criticized one individual.

Someone else wrote, “Balenciaga’s website contains photos of young girls playing with teddy bears dressed in bondage attire.” “Lovely.”

“It’s unsettling how many adults must have been involved,” concurred one user.

“Parents, photographers, creative directors, copywriters, web designers, employees of design agencies, producers, managers, and advertisers,” they added. “And none of them thought ‘wait a second’?”

Someone else commented, “Jesus, that is creepy and wrong.”

After the photos were spotted, Balenciaga was heavily criticized online.
Jam Press/Balenciaga

The French fashion house has recently been embroiled in controversy after “Ye,” the rapper formerly known as Kanye West and formerly affiliated with the company, made offensive remarks in yet another online rant.

In the days following the rapper’s comments, Balenciaga announced it was severing ties with him, becoming one of the many brands to distance itself from his reputation.

The brand’s parent company, Kering, previously stated in a statement, “Balenciaga no longer has any relationship with or plans for future projects involving this artist.”

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