In an industry where Kim Kardashian bares all on the cover of Paper magazine and Alexander Wang ads feature Anna Ewers wearing nothing more than jeans around her ankles, it’s hard to imagine that sex and provocation are losing their appeal. But a recent article in WWD about the widespread desexualization of fashion advertisements has us wondering if, perhaps, we’re in the midst of a sea change.

Has the Fashion Industry Lost Its Sex Appeal?

In an industry where Kim Kardashian bares all on the cover of Paper magazine and Alexander Wang ads feature Anna Ewers wearing nothing more than jeans around her ankles, it’s hard to imagine that sex and provocation are losing their appeal. But a recent article in WWD about the widespread desexualization of fashion advertisements has us wondering if, perhaps, we’re in the midst of a sea change.

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