Oh no. The lovely Lea Seydoux, who most recently appeared as the romantic artsy foil to uptight demanding Rachel McAdams in Midnight in Paris, is topless for American Apparel's Pantytime* sale. Before she was one of Woody Allen's dream girls, Seydoux was a model, and Dov Charney's hipster brand was one of her earliest clients. Seydoux recently signed on to be the face of Prada's Candy fragrance, so a half-nude AA shot seems like a step backward. Mmmm, plus it looks like those bike shorts are taking the whole concept of camel toe in a horrifying new direction.
When it comes to vulgar photographers, Dov Charney is B-grade even compared to pseudo-pornographers like Terry Richardson and Olivier Zahm. American Apparel has a bad reputation for exploiting beautiful unknowns: why would a famous face with her career on the rise play along with Charney's schtick?
*What an unfortunate name! Don't know why AA insists on being a parody of itself time and time again. Oh yea, because suckers like me can't help but write about their sleazy antics.