We’ll be back to our regular sapphic posts tomorrow, and with a lustily genderfucking ad to share. Today though, I have to bring your attention to what could be a trend. Maybe I got too excited too soon, but take a look at this ad from Dolce & Gabbana:
Dolce & Gabbana, Fall 2011
Holy crap that’s homoerotic. (You’ll see the female counterpart to this ad tomorrow.) The second best thing about this ad (after it being made in the first place) is that for once we see a whole lot of male skin. And some body hair. No Ken-doll Abercrombie & Fitch pretty boys for this ad campaign. Not that I lust after male body hair, but you know, it’s the principle of the thing.
The women in tomorrow’s ad, sadly, are fully clothed.
This could have been an isolated incident, until I passed this massive ad in Macy’s window on my morning commute:
Johnny Weir for MAC, 2011
Before I knew who this was, my first thought was “for goodness sakes, that’s a twinky model they got for their new ad campaign.” But it’s Johnny Weir, the gender-fabulous (and all-around fabulous) skater. Check out this genius. Vogue!