Belgian designer Anthony Vaccarello is making an attempt to intercourse up Saint Laurent’s picture. Photograph: AFP

It’s the final tight-fitting – one hopes – outfit that no man wishing to impress can do with out.

French trend home Saint Laurent is now promoting luxurious gilt-wrapped condoms.

Having made trend historical past with “le smoking” tuxedo and skin-tight clothes, it’s shifting into sheaths of a latex selection.

Its designer Anthony Vaccarello unveiled the newest creation on his Instagram account, with the ripped and closely tattooed New York artist David Alexander Flinn apparently modelling one.

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The condoms on the Saint Laurent web site. We determined that the promo image was a bit too specific for a few of our older readers. Photograph: Saint Laurent

He seems in a daring new promoting marketing campaign for the label known as “The Love Affair” standing within the buff in entrance of Polish mannequin Anja Rubik.

She is absolutely dressed – in Saint Laurent in fact – admiring his manhood.

The cheeky marketing campaign seems to be an try by Vaccarello to wipe away the lingering reminiscence of his “porno chic” advertisements for the model in 2017, which the French regulator and feminists branded as degrading to ladies.

Most of the posters have been torn down or had “Sexist” stickers plastered over them.

Vaccarello has closely sexed up the long-lasting label since he took cost in 2016 with ever shorter miniskirts and leather-based hotpants.

The brand new gold-wrapped condoms, which Vaccarello additionally credited on Instagram to London-based German photographer Juergen Teller, are promoting at Saint Laurent’s new flagship boutique in central Paris for €2 every.


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