I came of age in the late 90s, when bras were padded beyond recognition and Abercrombie faced a mild backlash over child-sized thongs. Then brands got “real.” They went lighter on Photoshop. Dove said you were allowed to have gray hair. Brands realized they should target women, so men designed campaigns specifically for her. The ads were aimed at us, but nothing below the surface was changing.
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