Sex, which doesn't require any clothes, has long been used to sell them over the years. In the '80s, a teenage Brooke Shields told the world that nothing comes between her and her Calvins. The controversial ads raised eyebrows for their overt sexual appeal, but long before Brooke's Calvin Klein campaign, the fashion industry did its best to seduce customers — and it still does today. As New York Fashion Week kicks off today, let's look at some sexy, and sometimes sexist, vintage fashion ads.
Vintage Fashion Ads With Sex Appeal
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