Current and former employees of Honey Birdette continue to fight back against the company over poor work conditions and sexual harassment.
*Update* Calvin Klein remove sexualised advertisement
Thanks for your patience with this matter. We hope you can understand our need to balance both the rights of the retailer with the needs of the community.
We shared these concerns with Calvin Klein, and are pleased to report that they have replaced that particular artwork with alternate imagery overnight.
We do value community feedback and we're pleased to have been able to work with the retailer to address these concerns.
This picture outside a Calvin Klein store in a Westfield Shopping Centre was recently brought to our attention.Read more
Collective Shout call for financial penalties for repeat offenders
Honey Birdette are no stranger to the Advertising Standards Board. The sex shop which masquerades as a high end lingerie store in major shopping centres across Australia have repeatedly breached the advertising codes showing little regard for the self regulated system currently operating in Australia.
We've been writing about Honey Birdette's porn themed advertising since 2011.Read more
*Update: Westfield and Vicinity Centres have directed Honey Birdette to pull down its highly sexualised signage
Honey Birdette, the sex shop masquerading as a high-end lingerie store has a long history of using pornographic images of women in their shop front advertising. And they've been getting away with it- for years.
Despite Advertising Standards Board rulings that their highly sexualised ads are in breach of codes and standards, Honey Birdette refuses to comply with rulings, even going so far as to post on their Facebook page, "Nobody tells Honey B's when to take down her signage!"