Jacob, a Canadian retailer that specializes in clothing for women and girls, has announced that it has adopted a "no retouching policy" for all of its advertising campaigns from this point forward.
"Your suspicions are correct," emails Nike's PR. "The ad you questioned is not a Nike ad. It appears that the person who created it took the copy (with a typo) from our 2005 campaign." The current ad is body-part free.
This Lay's ad out of Uruguay has a seriously edgy premise: that a chick might actually be into fútbol, and perhaps even more shockingly, know what she's talking about.