Now The French Are Making A Sexy Lingerie Line For Kids

Apparently, discovering your sexuality starts young in France.

Shortly after 10-year-old French model Thylane Loubry Blondeau‘s provocative spread in Vogue Paris created an international uproar, a new French line of children lingerie has gone public.

Jours Apres Lunes is the controversial clothing line that features underwear styles borrowed from adult lingerie trends for girls from three months to young teenagers, according to Fashionista.

The ‘loungerie’ (lounge wear) collections is the creation of Sophie Morin, a lingerie designer.

Yet it’s not so much the actual underwear pieces that are raising eyebrows, but the models depicted on Jours Apres Lunes’ website with their grown-up poses and disturbing sexuality.

Marilisa Racco, fashion writer and author of Le Snob Lingerie, told the New York Daily News:

It’s inappropriate to sexualize children. A pearl-encrusted triangle bra on a little girl does not sit well with me.

See the images for yourself, from Jours Apres Lunes’ Web site:

Jours Apres Lunes

Photo: Jours Apres Lunes

Jours Apres Lunes

Photo: Jours Apres Lunes

Jours Apres Lunes

Photo: Jours Apres Lunes

Jours Apres Lunes

Photo: Jours Apres Lunes

Jours Apres Lunes

Photo: Jours Apres Lunes

Jours Apres Lunes

Photo: Jours Apres Lunes

Click here to read about the 10-year-old French model whose seductive pose made a lot of people uncomfortable >

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