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Lala Kent criticizes Balenciaga for ‘scary’ advertising campaign for children

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Lara Kent criticizes Balenciaga’s ‘terrible’ ad campaign targeting kids

Lala Kent is outraged that a Balenciaga ad campaign featuring children’s BDSM teddy bears has been pulled.

Photos that emerged on Instagram showed two young girls in bondage gear with bags made of teddy bears. Court documents have surfaced regarding child pornography laws.

“I’m sure I’m going to get banned…for posting this again — but I have to,” the “Vanderpump Rules” star, mother of a one-year-old daughter, wrote on her Instagram Story on Wednesday The headlines underscore the criticism the fashion house’s campaign has drawn.

“I’m proud that I don’t own a Balenciaga play,” she continued, adding that audiences “need[s] Know what that document in the Balenciaga bag says.

Photos show two young girls holding bags made of teddy bears, wearing bondage gear and surrounded by what appear to be child pornography court documents.

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Balenciaga under fire for using teenage girl holding a teddy bear in advert

Photos show two young girls holding bags made of teddy bears, wearing bondage gear and surrounded by what appear to be child pornography court documents.

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“If you zoom in, it seems to have some horrible words,” she noted. “We all … we need to do better.”

Bravolebrity, 31, encourages her followers to “cast out the darkness” and “find the light”.

“The well-being of our world and all these [sic] Innocent beings depend on it. “

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“I’m proud I don’t own a Balenciaga,” Kent said, adding that the public “needs[s] Know what that document in the Balenciaga bag says.
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Balenciaga “Remove activity from all platforms” On Tuesday, it apologized for supporting the depiction of children and the “display of disturbing documents” in a Christmas campaign for the brand’s Spring/Summer 2023 collection.

In a statement, the brand insisted that the company “strongly condemns[s] Exploitation of children in any form” and claimed that the directors had “taken legal action against the parties responsible for the production of the sets and the inclusion of unsanctioned elements”.

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The “Vanderpump Rules” star encouraged her followers to “do better,” “reject the dark” and “find the light.”

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The “Vanderpump Rules” star encouraged her followers to “do better,” “reject the dark” and “find the light.”

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Kent specifically disagreed with this part, writing: “Yo @balenciaga – you are responsible for the site.”

“Many of these brands are used to us being sheep. They’re so stupid they’ll never notice,” the reality star added. “Guess what—we’ll notice but not shut down. We must protect these children. “

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She also dished out an apology from the brand, exclaiming, “You are the responsible party.”
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Campaign photographer Gabriele Galimberti, take a stand on this matter After receiving “hundreds of hate emails and messages”.

“I can’t comment [on] Balenciaga’s choice, but I must stress that I have no right to choose the product, model, or combination thereof. ” He persists via Instagram on Wednesday, adding that “the direction of the event and the selection of who will be exhibited” are not in his hands.

Galimberti further claimed to have “nothing to do” with the photos containing Supreme Court legal documents.

“This photo was taken by someone else in a different location and incorrectly linked to my photo,” he wrote.

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