Don Draper and Peggy have Valentino Shoes On Sale their talents, but these days, advertisers can get really creative. From viral videos and imagery to the creative use of Photoshop, there's always another envelope to be pushed when it comes to getting the consumer's attention. This latest ad is a little bit of both, with a heavy dose of shock value, and thankfully, it's for a good cause.

Brazilian modeling agency Star Models has recently released an eating disorder awareness campaign featuring your typical fashion sketch on the left, and models photoshopped to look like a human version of the same on the right. And as you can see, it's quite disturbing. If you're familiar with fashion illustration, you know this sort of impossibly Valentino Shoes long-legged, waify figure is absolutely standard practice for almost all designers</strong>. It's an art, and we personally appreciate it as a beautiful step in the design process. But has it gone too far?

As many of you pointed out in the comments on this article, we have to give women enough credit not to take media imagery too literally. Barbie is a doll, not a person; these are fashion sketches, not a recommendation for what you should look like u2014 right? Well, we're not so sure. While obviously adult women have the sense to differentiate between an artistic sketch and an actual human form, we can say from personal experience that there's a level of subconscious conditioning that affects girls and women when they see this type of imagery. It's the same effect as when you see a dress on display in a shop with the waist cinched in to create an extreme hourglass effect.