This childishly provocative Tom Ford eyewear ad from 2008 was banned in Italy.
Banned 2005 “Last Supper” Marithé & François Girbaud ad. Banned in France.
Marc Jacob’s Lola perfume
Two ads from Diesel’s 2010 “Be Stupid” campaign that were banned in the UK because “they could be seen by children and might encourage bad behaviour.”
In 2010, men’s suit maker Suit Supply had their entire campaign banned from Facebook. To see the NSFW images, click the link below these shots.
Another Inartful Tom Ford ad, this one from 2007, was banned everywhere. Shot by the inartful deviant Terry Richardson.
Whether you're a bridesmaid or a bride looking for dress ideas for your bridal party, look no further than these famous faces. Be your wedding black-tie, set in a casual garden, or beachside, these red-carpet moments will — no doubt — speak to you. What's more, the gowns certainly don't skimp on spotlight-worthy details, such as rich colours, exquisite fabrics, and dramatic silhouettes. Check out these gowns below for inspiration!
For a laid-back look that's perfect for beach nuptials, mimic Laura Bailey's orange Roksanda Ilincic maxi dress. Then to dress things up a tad, add a metallic beaded clutch
For a retro-chic feel, dress your bridesmaids in a little black fit-and-flare dress like the vintage one Thandie Newton wore to the Rogue premiere in LA. Add gold accessories and a bright lip for a pop of colour.
If you want your bridesmaids to look every bit the feminine style setter, then mimic Kate Beckinsale's pale pink strapless ruffled Gucci gown, which she showed off at the Warner Bros. Golden Globes afterparty.
The pastel blue Reem Acra gown Kate Hudson donned at the Tiffany & Co. ball in NYC was not only appropriate for that evening, but would also dazzle at a big city wedding. The sweetheart neckline and thigh-high slit are sexy without being over-the-top.
The emerald-green satin one-shoulder gown Indian designer James Ferreira designed for Freida Pinto is undeniably rich and regal for a black-tie ceremony.
If romance is what you're going for, you'll need ruffles, lots and lots of ruffles. We adored Diane Kruger in her soft gray ruffled Prabal Gurung gown, especially with that metallic-and-white belt.
Miranda Kerr's green lace knee-length Burberry dress married a classic fabric with a punchy color, while the gold metallic T-strap pumps pulled in mega dazzle. We can see this ensemble working for an outdoor wedding that maintains a traditional air.
Emilia Clarke's blue strapless Victoria Beckham gown has an expected bridesmaid silhouette, but the two black stripes give it that modern kick. With this kind of modern glam, the bride should also wear something unexpected.
For a more subtle approach, look no further than Charlize Theron's gray satin Gucci strapless gown at the Cinema For Peace Gala in Berlin. Add a jeweled brooch to take the dress from simple to simply dazzling.
Electric blue is a surefire way to get a bridal party noticed at a black-tie affair, just as Jessica Chastain was in her Roland Mouret gown at the British Academy Film Awards in London.
Floral appliqués are such a lovely way to add texture and charm to a garden wedding. For inspiration, check out the soft turquoise Oscar de la Renta dress that Nina Dobrev donned at the InStyle and Warner Bros. Golden Globe afterparty. Her silver add-ons lent just enough shine.
Eva Longoria (in Monique Lhuillier) proves that fuchsia is a wonderful way to add feminine sophistication to your special day. We can envision this color and style meshing at a black-tie affair where the bride's gown is also formfitting.
Olivia Munn's yellow lace Michael Kors gown melded timeless (lace) with sassy (yellow) at the Time 100 gala in NYC — we think this style would be perfect for a traditional wedding that welcomes a touch of modern.
Between the soft hue, pleats, and ruffles, Zoe Saldana's peachy Gucci gown will make all your bridesmaids feel so pretty. This look can work everywhere from a black-tie wedding to a lush garden event.
The green Oscar de la Renta gown Allison Williams wore screams chic bridesmaid and then some. Sure, you probably won't be able to wear it again after the black-tie affair, but you'll look fabulous that night.
The yellow sequined Emilio Pucci gown Solange Knowles showed off at the 2013 Vanity Fair Oscar afterparty would no doubt add a ray of sunshine to a black-tie affair. To balance the bright hue, add chunky gold jewelry for a touch of tough.
For an evening wedding that's not quite as fancy as black tie, we recommend finding a classic, clean dress, like the sleeveless navy one Emmy Rossum wore in NYC, then bringing it to life via glam touches like colorful drop earrings and strappy sandals.
Chrissy Teigen's peachy halter gown has a flowy, ethereal feel that would meld beautifully at a wedding by the water. Add beachy, wavy hair like the model's to match.
Olga Kurylenko's green Roland Mouret gown was simple in silhouette, but the pleated neckline gave it that something special. With such an easy aesthetic, this dress can easily work for a garden affair.
The 'man bun' The trend has made its way to Hollywood, sweeping up the luscious locks of some of the most desirable leading men in Tinseltown.
Chinese actress Gong Yuefei plays Pan Jinlian in the new movie The Plum in the Golden Vase, often considered to be the fifth classical literature of Four Great Classical Novels. It will be a 3 D movie.
Pictures Gong Yuefei at a press conference
Gong Yue Fei at Beijing auto show
Gong Yue Fei becomes famous from 'The Plum in the Golden Vase' movie
People say that every single mannequin in Panama City looks like this. Really?