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Thanks for posting the classic ad as well. The similarities are evident, but the differences are much more suggestive.
The classic ad has the model addressing the product with her body, an intimate pose with great tactile composition. He eyes are turned away, not even looking direct at the reader/observer and accenting an air of satisfying reverie. It has an air of the voyeur.
The Everest II ad is much more direct, haughty, challenging to the reader/observer. The model doesn't even address or connect to the product; rather, she is suggestive of the product: its power, its sophistication, its demand for special recognition, and its promise of untold pleasure if handled right. It has an air of sexual fantasy.
And you wonder why I'm interested...
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