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Kendall Jenner Gives Her Best Sexy Face For La Perla

Kendall Jenner models for La Perla's new line.

Back to print ads!

Soda commercials may not be what she's best at, but Kendall Jenner no doubt feels comfortable in front of a different sort of camera.

Related: Watch Kendall Fall Flat On Her Face

The supermodel gets sexy in lingerie in La Perla's latest campaign, featuring her in some sort of meadow with giant psychedelic flowers growing all around.

But besides lacey bras and undies, the 21-year-old also wears some slinky slip dresses that wouldn't look out-of-place during a night out for the KarJenner crowd.

She also makes the same sexy face throughout. Hey, whatever works!

Check out more photos in the gallery (above)!

[Image via La Perla]

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McDonald's Pulls Grieving Child Ad After Catching Big Flack On Twitter! See The Angry Responses!

McDonald's removes grieving boy ad.

Advertising companies just keep taking L's.

McDonald's has apologized and removed an ad about a grieving boy, after a barrage of criticism and over a hundred complaints filed to Britain's Advertising Standards Authority.

Related: Wonder Woman Is Promoting Diet Bars Now???

People found the commercial, which ran exclusively in the U.K., objectionable because they believed it exploited the child's grief about his dead father.

The ASA told the Washington Post:

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Wonder Woman Is Promoting Diet Bars Now???

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Wonder Woman partners with Think Thin bars.

We're guessing a male exec thought this one up…

The Wonder Woman movie has partnered up with Think Thin nutrition bars in one of the most tone deaf marketing moves EVER!

Related: Watch The New Wonder Woman Trailer

Wonder Woman is supposed to be strong and empowering, not worried about her diet or working on losing weight. What is this supposed to teach impressionable young girls who look up to the character? It took long enough to finally even GET a female superhero with her own blockbuster movie, and now this? Pathetic!

Twitter's not happy about the diet bar promotion, either! You can ch-ch-check out some of their pissed off reactions (below)!

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Kaia Gerber Follows In Kendall Jenner's Footsteps In New Penshoppe Ads

Kaia Gerber models for Penshoppe.

Kendall Jenner must be super proud!

Her young protégée, Kaia Gerber, has landed the Penshoppe campaign, just like Kenny did a few years back!

Related: Paris Jackson Is The New Face Of Calvin Klein

This is a great achievement for the budding model, as it heralds even bigger things to come.

The ads keep it simple, with the 16-year-old dressed casually in denim shorts, ribbed sleeveless top, and high tops. There's no missing her legs, though — they're up to there!

In another shot, Kaia sits on a stool in distressed jeans, a white tee, and studded Ash heels.

Do you think she has modeling chops, Perezcious readers???

Check out two more pics in the gallery (above) and let us know!

[Image via Penshoppe]

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Dove's New Beauty Campaign Is Dumb & Twitter Lets 'Em Know It!

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Dove unveils new body positive campaign.

Dove's new campaign sure is inneresting.

Having exhausted all of its #realbeauty possibilities, the beauty brand has now resorted to subjecting its innocent bottles into taking on different "body" shapes to mimic the curves of the women using the products.

Or something like that.

Related: Jewelry Brand's Perverted Slogan Goes Viral

A statement from the company reads:

"From curvaceous to slender, tall to petite, and whatever your skin colour, shoe size or hair type, beauty comes in a million different shapes and sizes. Our six exclusive bottle designs represent this diversity: just like women, we wanted to show that our iconic bottle can come in all shapes and sizes, too."

"Iconic bottle"??? Calm down. It's literally just a bottle.

Anyway, the whole idea is to make bottles look like different body types, from rotund to tall and slim to hourglass, etc. They may have succeeded but was it worth it? The whole thing is just dumb.

Twitter let 'em have it, in typical Twitter fashion.

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Paris Jackson Is Reportedly Going To Be The New Face Of Calvin Klein

Paris Jackson is going to be a model too!

Actress! Model! She's doing it all!

Related: Paris Will Be In A Charlize Theron Film

Paris Jackson has reportedly inked a seven-figure deal to be the new face of Calvin Klein!

A source told Page Six:

"This deal is to make Paris the new face and body of Calvin Klein. The deal — which is just about to be signed — is huge, worth seven figures, many millions. Expect to see Paris in huge ad campaigns and on many red carpets in Calvin Klein."

Wow! Go AHEAD, bb!

Paris wore a black Calvin Klein dress to the Met Gala on Monday, and was a guest of the brand. We should have already taken that as a sign that bigger things were on their way for the 19-year-old.

And seriously? With that flawless skin and bone structure, the modeling contracts will definitely keep on coming.

Congrats!

[Image via WENN.]

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Jewelry Brand's Hilariously Perverted Slogan Goes Viral!

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Jewelry company slogan goes viral!

BAHAHAHA!

Sometimes we really love it when marketing fails — because it gives us such a good laugh!

Related: A Swimsuit Company's Giveaway Backfires

A jewelry company has gone viral thanks to its perverted slogan (above). "Something for every hole"??? HA!!!

That would also be an excellent slogan for a dildo company. *smirk*

Nadine McCarthy Kahane, CEO of the marketing company Stone & Strand, told Buzzfeed News the slogan was intentionally provocative, and written by a team of young women with "an irreverent outlook." She said:

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