A French fashion line of lingerie aimed at children as young as 4 years old and teenage girls is making people go crazy, no not that kind of crazy but like lose their minds in anger!
Jours Après Lunes claims to be “the first designer brand dedicated to “lingerie” for children and teenagers. It’s comprised of loungewear and lingerie to be worn over and under, inside and outside.”
The website for the line designed by adult lingerie veteran Sophie Morin has collections for girls ages 3 months to 36 months, 4 to 12, and 13 and up. The set for the babies is “actually age-appropriate and cute, thankfully,” but the others are little disturbing, especially because of the way the girls are posed in the photos. “Maybe it’s unwise to throw stones at the French brand when pretty much every mall in America has a Victoria’s Secret Pink outpost selling lingerie to teens”.
The Situation could have more market power than anyone imagined -- because a day after Abercrombie & Fitch offered him and the other "Jersey Shore" cast members cash NOT to wear its clothes ... the company's stock plummeted 9%.
Abercrombie's stock hit the new low today -- the first trading session since the company offered Sitch and the cast substantial $$$ to stop wearing A&F-branded products.
Abercrombie fired off a press release yesterday, offering the cast "a substantial payment" in return for not wearing its threads, claiming The Situation goes against the "aspirational nature of its brand."