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Nippon Vogue recently did a collaboration with female street artist Fafi, kind of like how iD did with KAWS, except that instead of illustrating her racy signature characters for the publication like he did, hers were recreated in real life using little girls. Problem is her Fafinettes—that the kids in the shoot are modeled after—are sex oozing, celebrated-slutty nymphs. They’re often dolled up with fantasy make-up, “pouting lips and erect nipples,” making them entirely inappropriate for a fashion editorial featuring children—even if “they’re not made-up like whores, wearing grown-up or revealing clothes, or flirting with the camera.” Were ‘Vogue‘ editors naive or purposefully promoting coded kiddie porn? Judge for yourselves after the jump.


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