Harper’s Bazaar Thailand December 2012
Photographer: Nat Prakobsantisuk
Fashion Director: Chamnan Pakdeesuk
Models: Chutimon ‘Aokbab’ Jugchareonsukying, Nitiporn ‘Pat’ Lertnitiwongsakul, Time Charoenthaitawee, Baiboon ‘Jan’ Arunpreechachai and Francis Lane
Surprise surprise, it’s racist garbage. It’s like Frankenstine made an abomination out of katy perry, gwen stephani, and ke$ha. I really shouldn’t have to explain what’s wrong with it, but in the first 5 seconds we have:
Butchered the Japanese language
reduced Japanese people into props
bastardized Japanese street fashion
and made ourselves look like we’re trying WAY to hard to revitalize our careers. My guess at the thought process for this was “what do the kids like these days??? What’s that Japanese stuff called.. um.. kuhwaee? Yeah that’ll get us money! We can still keep pretending like Avril Lavigne is relevant to the younger generation!”
Anyways it was a terrible failure and a really, really sad joke I hope I will never have to see again.
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