I always thought the fabric of my life was a nice pore-smothering poly-blend, but for smiley songbirds Leona Lewis and Colbie Caillat, it is clearly cotton.
First, Leona, bleeding love (it washes right out!) for bolts of the good stuff:
and Colbie, in a Mraz-ier mood:
I do not begrudge these ladies their right to earn some easy money on the side, and it is not as if they are shilling for nefarious evil-doers like “clean” coal power or the new KFC Double Down. (Though one does wonder where the boys are: No real cotton balls in the mix since Aaron Neville crooned it in 1992).
There’s a sunny, old-fashioned sort of wholesomeness to these ads that you probably either find charming or cloying. Myself, I would very much enjoy a little point-counterpoint, maybe from the less organically-encased Gaga or Glambert? “The sex, the flex, of spandex—the non-biodegradable synthetic of our lives.”
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