No sex please: it’s a library

Diesel, it seems, have a knack for creating controversy.

Remember the last Diesel underwear campaign where models were running around topless amidst library shelves, and getting somewhat libidinous atop book-covered tabletops? Turns out Brooklyn Law School aren’t too pleased with the outcome – claiming they allowed Diesel use of the space under the proviso the images would be in ‘good taste’. Be that the case or not, we still think they’re in good fun (and apparently great publicity).

Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign
Diesel Intimate F/W 2010 campaign

Previously Diesel’s ‘Be Stupid’ ads had also been banned for apparently promoting anti-social behaviour.

What do you think – should Brooklyn Law School be concerned by the images? You can view more of the campaign below.

Via NY Post.

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