Post Tagged with: "advertising standards authority"

Should ‘irresponsible’ ads be banned outright?

Should ‘irresponsible’ ads be banned outright?

Another day, another highly charged fashion controversy. Teamed with comfortable casualwear and an extensive archive of controversial adverts, clothing retailer American Apparel knows a thing or two about comfortably creating[Read More...]

by 6th December 2012 Fashion Fix
ASA bans Katy Perry and Justin Bieber Proactiv ads

ASA bans Katy Perry and Justin Bieber Proactiv ads

British Katycats and Beliebers, bad news: your favourite pop singers’ ads for the anti-spot treatment Proactiv have been banned in the UK by those pesky folks at the Advertising Standards[Read More...]

by 18th July 2012 Daily News
Why has the ASA banned this Rachel Weisz L’Oreal ad?

Why has the ASA banned this Rachel Weisz L’Oreal ad?

What fresh hell is this, then? The folks at the Advertising Standards Authority have deemed yet another beauty ad unsuitable and have consequently banned it. The ad in question features[Read More...]

by 2nd February 2012 Daily News
The ASA bans a Marks and Spencer lingerie advert for being ‘overtly sexy’

The ASA bans a Marks and Spencer lingerie advert for being ‘overtly sexy’

Fresh from banning Dakota Fanning’s advert for the Marc Jacobs ‘Oh, Lola’ perfume, the Advertising Standards Authority strikes once again, this time banning this Marks and Spencer lingerie advert that[Read More...]

by 1st December 2011 Daily News
Hailee Steinfeld’s new Miu Miu ad has been banned!

Hailee Steinfeld’s new Miu Miu ad has been banned!

Although we remained relatively impartial, we could see where the Advertising Standards Authority was coming from when it deemed Dakota Fanning’s Marc Jacobs Oh, Lola! perfume advert too racy and[Read More...]

by 24th November 2011 Daily News
Dakota Fanning’s Marc Jacobs ‘Oh, Lola’ ad banned for ‘sexualising children’

Dakota Fanning’s Marc Jacobs ‘Oh, Lola’ ad banned for ‘sexualising children’

17-year-old actress Dakota Fanning recently posed for the ad campaign for Marc Jacobs’  ‘Oh, Lola!’ scent, but it has now been banned by the ASA (Advertising Standards Authority) for apparently[Read More...]

by 10th November 2011 Daily News