Their latest ad features an upskirt short of 22-year-old Danish actress Klara Kristin with a captaion that reads, 'I flash in #mycalvins.' The ad was part of a campaign where models inserted their own words in the same sentence. Check it out:

This is the ad:

A lot have compared the photo to pornography and it appeals to pedophiles because Kristin looks very young in the photo.

Others have a different view:

Craig Lawrence, President of One.1K Model Management told Fox News:

“Calvin Klein has always been a thought– provoking brand. Their advertising has always been progressive. Brooke Shields was a child when she was quoted as saying ‘nothing comes between me and my Calvins.’ Was that child porn? In my opinion, it wasn’t then, and it isn’t now.”

Peter Davis, editor-at-large at Paper Magazine added:

“A peek up actress Klara Kristin’s skirt to glimpse her CK panties is not kiddie porn – it’s sexy and sex sells. And Klara isn’t 15. No one knows how to sell underwear and fragrances and clothing by promoting scandalous sex better than Calvin Klein. Every erotically-charged fashion ad post-Calvin Klein’s golden era in the 70s and 80s owes everything to that brand from Tom Ford and his infamously steamy and near-naked Gucci campaigns to Dolce & Gabbana’s oiled up men in speedos.”

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