Believe it or not, these photos are real, genuine ads.
To get shoppers all stimulated for their epic sale, Brit retailer Harvey Nichols sent out an "advert" that depicts models soiling some expensive garments which are now probably on the sample rack at 80% off.
The tag? "Try and contain your excitement."
In New York, a rep from "Harvey Nicks" explained the ads were inspired by previous eager shoppers who really did let loose on their floors with excitement during previous sales, and the spots were to serve as a hint that behavior was considered "inappropriate."
Personally, I dig the campaign. I just love urination and/or the implied potential of errant sex juice. Fuck the fancy clothes they are trying to sell. It describes a materialism so deep, an affection for silk shantung so unbridled, you'll lift your leg and let it flow as soon as you zip the crotch. But fret not! Because it's SUCH a good sale, you can just buy more!
Mister Rogers Does It Again
I felt compelled to include this rampant clip in case you were too busy to get on FB this week, or you are the kind of one way bitch who only checks their own FB page and not their newsfeed. Watch it, then take a moment to stare into the kaleidoscope sun. You might just feel positive about something and autotune. Or you might go blind.
Your New Summer Jam
I can't get this awesome tune out of my head.
Long gone are the days where I could aptly profess to curate current musique and I know this will sound twee of me, but hey - free to twee for you and me. Anywhoodle, I've gradually become a fan of the quirky hooks and compelling orchestrations of Brooklyn's Dirty Projectors. I think I'm particularly partial to their new single (if there is such a thing anymore) because there's something about the melody, the production values and the backing vocals that recall a lo-fi homage to mid-Radiohead, if only subconsciously. It's a damn good song and plus, the video is rather right on. So sue my old ass.