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WATCH: Gucci Ad Banned Due To "Unhealthy Thin" Model (VIDEO)

Gucci created an online video with photos for The Cruise 2016 Campaign, where models are shown dancing. One model was deemed "unhealthy thin" by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) in the UK, so the ad was pulled. The ASA said that Gucci was "irresponsible" for featuring such a model. And, Gucci refuted this claim by saying they didn't feel that the model was "unhealthy thin". And added that it was "a subjective issue as to whether a model looked unhealthy thin."

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