Being rather enigmatic, I’d wondered what the three models were doing: the images being promotional shots diffused by the underwear brand Framboesa Kids (even in their online shop alongside the relevant product – the one in the last shot being translated as “microfiber bra with bulge“: padding perhaps?). When I finally noticed the bubbles that are j-u-s-t visible in the shots, I’d thought the girls were trying to catch them – then on their Facebook and Instagram feeds the answer appeared: hearts and a butterfly – or maybe just butterflies (see image link below).
I’m pretty sure the original idea was to have them clearly catching bubbles – then it became apparent that they were pretty well invisible, so someone quickly ‘shopped on the rather generic graphics. The first big picture of the three girls with just the bubbles is only available on the main (adult lingerie) site, here. The little girl on the right isn’t even looking at her butterfly in the Facebook link below, so the “artist” was probably working to rather a close deadline…
“Framboesa” means raspberry in Portuguese, like “framboise” in French, and the brand is Brazilian:
…..the line includes baby and boy underwear, as well as the girls’ lingerie: and it’s all well photographed with similar colourful, fresh promotional and sales images. They don’t mind reversing the shots sometimes – but with context-free pictures like these it doesn’t really matter.
The only slightly negative point is that there is a kids line Facebook page, but it’s rather pathetic – they only seem to have people really working on the adult social media platforms – and there isn’t a dedicated kids products site……maybe they deserve a ….raspberry?