The fashion line responded to the ASA ruling by defending the ad as a "serious, high-fashion campaign aimed at adult women," and argued that Steinfeld's expression was "wistful and thoughtful" rather than scared and sad, as the agency claimed it to be.Prada also highlighted the fact that no one was put in any danger because the images, which were shot by top photographer and film maker Bruce Weber, were taken on an abandoned rail track.
Prada's ad is not the only ad criticized by the agency this year. remember the Marc Jacobs perfume ad with Dakota Fanning that I've blogged about? Click here! lol :P
You be the judge guys. Let me know what you think. :)