Louis Vuitton prova a bloccare una campagna per il Darfur

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“How can Paris Hilton make more front covers than the genocide in Darfur? So, I “pimped” a victim, to see if it worked. And it did!” Her campaign indeed generated a lot of attention, but not for the right reasons. For her “Simple Living” campaign, Nadia decided to dress-up a Darfur victim with a Louis Vuitton-inspired bag, and a Paris Hilton-style accessory dog.


Bene risultato sVuitton le ha intimato di smettere e gli chiede 20.000 dollari al giorno finchè continua…
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Qualche tags: Wikipediainformativa del SenatoItalian Blogs for Darfur oppure compratevi il libro di Eggers!!!

Ps un grazie al Quintarelli per la news (…)

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