This Marc Jacobs Model Rubs His.... Sunglasses in the Park
Nov 13, 2012 - by Emily Draznik
Oh Marc Jacobs, you would. In an ad for the American designer's line of sunglasses, he depicts a man who looks like he's whacking off in the middle of the park. Although technically safe for work, you still may want to watch this where no one can peek over your shoulder.
Possibly inspired by Marc Jacobs' homelessness, the designer's new ad for sunglasses is depicting indecent exposure in a public park. Although only sexually suggestive, it is revealed that instead of rubbing one out that this Marc Jacobs model is only rubbing the dirt off of his sunglasses.
The public perpetrator happens to be named Andrew Weyer and is an employee at the Marc Jacobs Soho store. Talk about your 15 seconds of fame because Andrew "polishes his lenses" for exactly that amount of time on camera before revealing a huge smile after he is finished. Not as impressive as we would expect a Marc Jacbos model to be, but he seems to be pretty satisfied with himself.
Department store Harvey Nichols is also known for their sexually suggestive and controversial advertising campaigns. Check out their latest with a model who's a little too in love with her reflection.