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If we were Tim Gunn, we'd say this Ben Sherman ad in Soho worries us. Doesn't it look like something art-designed by Dov Charney? The Ben Sherman store is at 96 Spring Street. The American Apparel store is at 121 Spring Street. Is it possible that what Nylon calls "cheeky" advertising is contagious, and that there's an epidemic sweeping Soho? Or is it just yet another example of that ancient algebraic formula "model + underpants = success," and not Dov's fault at all? Whether it's deliberate or not, we're not sure we're ready for a world full of AA knock-off ads.
· Ben Sherman Moons America [Nylon]