Uniqlo Japan Asks Women To Draw Pictures of Their Boobs and Say Some Words About Them
Apr 07, 2016 12:07
Is this really a Uniqlo campaign? Seems weird, because they just asked a bunch of women to draw their boobs out and then, say a couple of things about them. The campaign is to promote its range of bra-top vests, which are supposedly more comfortable and offer more support without the need of an actual bra underneath.
Titled "100 people's chests, 100 types of beauty":
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