chanelcomm.jpgThe latest Chanel commercial which draws inspiration from a Bardot film, has been banned in Canada. The ad for Chanel's Rouge Allure lipstick has been disapproved for broadcast by the Television Bureau of Canada due to its nudity content unless it is pixelated or shadowed. Photographer Bettina Rheims was hired to direct the commercial, a homage to the 1983 film Le Mépris (Contempt) which stars Brigitte Bardot. Swiss model Julie Ordon replaces Bardot in the ad in which she does nothing more than a bit of rolling around the sheets trying her best to look seductive. I can't seem to work out what's so remarkable about it but maybe you can? Check out the video below the cut.


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