Do you remember what happened after Michelangelo's death? A pope thought that there were too many naked people in his paintings in the Sixtine Chapel, and so some were "dressed up" for ever giving headaches during the restauration of the chapel.
"En 2005, la célèbre cigarette de Jean-Paul Sartre avait aussi disparu sur une affiche de la Bibliothèque nationale de France, comme celle d’André Malraux en 1996 sur un timbre de la Poste. Certains font de la résistance, comme le distributeur de films Warner France qui, au printemps, a refusé d’enlever la cigarette des doigts d’Audrey Tautou en Coco Chanel"
More in Le Parisien and in Nouvel Obs (photos).
I do not care that much about campaigns but I'm surprised by that french law and its effects. The new Eau Sauvage is less contrasted and less radiant and is closer to Eau Sauvage Fraîcheur Cuir (than to the original creation).
A previous press article in LeFigaro about the official campaign.
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