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Free Woman Demo in a Y2K Ad


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Julia Fox
11 minutes ago, Ziggy said:

It was kind of like the 50s in that it was the promoted aesthetic but it wasn’t like every person walks around like the girls and gals today wearing the stuff that celebs and such wore back then. Fast fashion wasn’t really as much a thing yet, bear in mind. Like ever, there was a disconnect between the promoted culture and the actual one lmao

 

this is actually very interesting yet kinda sad lol :noparty:

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Joaco95
14 hours ago, Rebel said:

Will never be over what they did to this demo queen :bradley:

ikr the whole aesthetic from all the demos were so good idk why they decided to change it

even the rom solo demo feat satan sounds a lot better than final version imo

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