The new fashion film of the moment Yves Saint Laurent is released on March 21st and follows the man behind the epic fashion house.
As much buzz as there is about the movie, there are some people who aren't too impressed with the nature of one of the quotes used to advertise the film.
With his old school style, and values to match are these the words we want to see on the poster?
People were quick to comment, "this isn't a joke is it?" And one even wrote, " It's so pathetic/misogynistic/condescending."
But is it simply a sign of the times that the designer was living and working in? Should we just accept it as a moment in history?
What do you think - over reaction, or outdated madness that makes you feel queasy and uneasy?
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