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People are giving out about this suit company using half-naked women in their ads

The campaign is just a day old and it’s all kicking off.

YESTERDAY, DUTCH menswear company Suit Supply launched their new ad campaign for 2016 – and it hasn’t gone down well.

The new campaign is called ‘Toy Boys’ and in just 24 hours it’s come in for so much criticism.

Why? Well, it’s a series of shots of male models in suits

With various half-naked women in suggestive poses

And some shots show lads sliding off the female models as well 

It quickly came in for widespread criticism on Twitter

With people claiming that the shots are straight-up sexist

The controversy has already been covered by many Dutch outlets and Buzzfeed today – but the company themselves haven’t responded to the criticism.

People have been threatening to take away their custom though

Suit Supply have had to respond to accusations of sexism in the past – so they are well used to it

We’ll have to wait and see how they handle this one

hat tip Buzzfeed 

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