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Keira Knightley’s Explicit Chanel Ad Banned

Submitted by on February 14, 2013 – 12:00 pm Comments

Keira Knightley Explicit Chanel AdIf an ad is banned for being explicit, it immediately piques everyone’s interest and if it is an ad featuring Keira Knightley, then the level of interest rises up to ten times as much. Basically it turns out; Knightley’s Chanel ad was deemed unfit for viewing by children and was hence banned from being shown during children’s shows.

She is the face of the Chanel perfume Coco Mademoiselle and in the ad a photographer is shown unzipping her clothes after which she is shown covered with a bed sheet, with the photographer lying beside her. Sounds like the ad isn’t so explicit after all and children today are anyway exposed to images and videos that are a much more explicit, thanks to the internet, TV and films. Chanel too isn’t happy with the ad being banned and argued that perfume ads are usually known to show sexual content; hence this one particular ad is nothing to be frowned upon.

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For those unaware, Knightley was the celebrity face for the luxury goods brand Asprey, Shiatzy Chen as well as Lux Keira Knightley banned Chanel Adhaircare products in Japanese television commercials. In April 2006, she was confirmed as the new celebrity face of Chanel’s perfume Coco Mademoiselle, though the first photo from the campaign was not released until May 2007.

In other words, she has been in many an explicit ad since becoming the face of Chanel and will probably continue to do so. So kids tell your parents to cover your eyes every time a Chanel ad comes on TV, because you have been saved from watching one explicit ad, but there might be many more to come.

 

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David Sibert

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