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The advertisements came out at Paris Fashion Week and supported the company’s spring/summer 2023 collection. On Monday, all eyes in the industry will be on the Fashion Awards at London’s Royal Albert Hall, where Demna, who does not use his surname, has been tipped to win Designer of the Year. The awards are decided by a secret ballot of 1,000 members worldwide, and voting concluded before the scandal broke. Experts likewise question Balenciaga’s claim that it never approved the ads. Another recent ad for a purse depicted a messy desk with papers strewn everywhere, including a Supreme Court decision on child pornography, eagle-eyed social media investigators found. Brand ambassador Kim Kardashian, who modelled in July’s haute couture catwalk show in Paris, is “re-evaluating” her relationship with the house. “As a mother of four, I have been shaken by the disturbing images,” she tweeted, although she stopped short of direct criticism of Demna or Balenciaga.

We strongly condemn abuse of children in any form. We stand for children’s safety and well-being,” the company concluded.Galimberti told Newsweek that he “was not entitled … [to] choose the products”, and Balenciaga have taken full responsibility for a poor taste decision and the ensuing offence. Galimberti had no involvement in the Garde Robe campaign, while neither Nicholas Des Jardins nor North Six worked on the Gift Shop images. Balenciaga said all the items in the shoot “were provided by third parties that confirmed in writing that these props were fake office documents. They turned out to be real legal papers most likely coming from the filming of a television drama.” Amid scrutiny of the contentious campaign, one eagle-eyed watchdog spotted the high court documents about child pornography laws. The company also apologized “for displaying unsettling documents in our campaign,” and said it is “taking legal action against the parties responsible for creating the set and including unapproved items for our Spring 23 campaign photoshoot.”

Danziger added that she believes heads are likely to roll at the storied fashion brand, which was founded in 1919 in San Sebastian, Spain, by Cristobal Balenciaga.I don’t see how they defend themselves, quite honestly,” luxury marketing expert Pam Danziger told The Post. “I think this will have a very strong impact on the brand ultimately.” On Tuesday, the company issued an apology and announced it had pulled the teddy bear ads and court paper ads.

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