WOW! The CEO of Balenciaga’s parent company, who is married to a Hollywood actress, owns Christie’s auction house which has come under fire for selling grotesque naked child mannequins.
Published on 6.12.2022
A Balenciaga employee spoke to protesters to tell them she had decided to quit over their disgusting ad campaign after working at the company for several years. She said she quit on the spot and, as a single mother, called on celebrities to speak out over Balenciaga’s disturbing campaign, which featured children holding teddy bears in sexually explicit bondage outfits . She added that it was a spiritual battle between good and evil for our children.
“I’m talking to all the celebrities; you have a voice, you earn millions with companies! I’m a single mom on one income, and if I was able to take a stand for our children, so can you! “.
Balenciaga apologized following the public reaction: “We sincerely apologize for any offense our holiday campaign may have caused. Our plush bags should not have been featured with children in this campaign. We immediately removed the campaign from all platforms.”
Balenciaga also acknowledged backlash over a photo from its Spring 23 collection, which critics on social media said included a 2008 Supreme Court ruling hidden behind a handbag emblazoned with the United States v. Williams criminalized the pimping of child pornography.
The “Balenciaga” brand just did an uh…..interesting…photoshoot for their new products recently, which included a very intentionally mishidden court document on “virtual child pornography”.
Balenciaga posted the following on Instagram saying they will learn from their mistakes:
Balenciaga is owned by Kering, a French company that “also owns Gucci, Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, Alexander McQueen, Brioni, Boucheron, Pomellato, DoDo, Qeeling as well as Kering Eyewear. Shop accordingly. Fashion is not worth child safety”.
The Kering group also owns Gucci, Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, Alexander McQueen, Brioni, Boucheron, Pomellato, DoDo, Qeelin, as well as Kering Eyewear.
Fashion is not worth child safety.
Here is Balenciaga’s latest pedophile campaign (stopped). ⬇️
Apparently Francois-Henri Pinault, the CEO of Balenciaga’s parent company, Kering Group, also owns auction house Christie’s, which has come under fire for selling grotesque mannequins of naked children whose facial features and d other parts of their anatomy have been replaced by adult genitalia, made by artists Jake and Dinos Chapman. The auction house has been selling the graphic works of the Chapman brothers for more than twenty years, the prices of which can reach $500,000.
Has Christie’s therefore deliberately attracted over the years a pedophile clientele that it is now directing towards Balenciaga?
And how Hollywood and the fashion industry are deeply entrenched in the exploitation of children. Very few have denounced the disturbing images of Balenciaga’s advertising campaigns. Pinault is the husband of actress Selma Hayek and CEO of Kering, Balenciaga’s parent company; Pinault and Hayek have remained surprisingly quiet about the disturbing photos and artwork.
Hollywood actress Salma Hayek’s husband is the CEO of Balenciaga’s parent company, the Kering Group, which sells child mannequins with mutilated bodies and genitals instead of faces.#UniteTheRight
And to close it all, like what we have always told you that their signs will lose them, why? Because they must always announce their wrongdoing or their symbolism. And in their case, here’s what we found: