Since the start of the 19th century, Kellogg’s advertisements have been telling us that women can only be feminine, pretty, happy, confident or active once they are thin. In this article, I argue that sending this message is far from harmless.
The Frida Kahlo Barbie shows us how brands can fail miserably in their search for authenticity. This article dives into the Frida Kahlo Barbie case. What caused the controversy? And what defines a real, thought leading brand to us?