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Louis Vuitton’s Latest Ogletastic Model Is… ‘Final Fantasy XIII”s Lightning!?

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chris-littlechild - December 29, 2015

Here at Egotastic!, we love us some sextastic ladies. We have a hunch that you do too, and that's what makes our relationship work. We're a big happy ogling family, the kind that could share a huge house and take an hour to call goodnight to each other like the Waltons. Except, y'know, we're not telling you where we live.

Anywho, my point is that there's a lot of lady-love going on right here. In among that, there'll be a huge range of tastes. Some fairly niche, maybe, but hey, there's no judging here. A lot of us like models, because of course we do. A lot less of us probably like miserable-ass imaginary models with bright pink hair, but there's an audience for that too. If you're one of those guys, this one's for you.

Yes indeed. That is Final Fantasy's Lightning, modelling for Louis Vuitton. I don't know how the sour-faced Final Fantasy XIII heroine landed this gig, but there it is. Marge Simpson appeared in Playboy once, so anything's possible.

Nicolas Ghesquiere, artistic direction at Louis Vuitton, shared this shot as part of the company's ‘series 4' promotion. There's also a spangly video of it you can check out here, featuring outfits modelled by actual real-life ladies earlier this year at Vuitton's Spring/Summer fashion show.

As whacked out as this is, it's nothing new. Back in 2012, Final Fantasy characters were hawking Prada clothes

Via GameSpot.

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