A curious thing about the Victoria's Secret commercials and fashion show: Despite the valiant efforts of everyone involved, the results are decidedly not sexy.
The 1969 Virginia Slims commercials, embedded after the jump, focus on how women have "won" their rights, at last. This means they can smoke cigarettes "slimmer" than the "fat" cigarettes for men.
Can anyone explain the "concept" behind this Bally Shoe ad from the '70s? It seems to involve ladies floating in a milky substance. But some of the legs are rather far apart… And, um, are there some single, severed legs out there? (Click to enlarge.)