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Caption This: Louis Vuitton's Candy-Coated Spring Ads

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Louis Vuitton's spring 2012 ads shot by Steven Meisel feature models Daria Strokous and Kati Nescher chatting it up in a sugary sweet ice cream parlor. So, what might they be discussing? The calorie-count in those sundaes? Whether chocolate ice cream was a smart choice while wearing white lace Louis Vuitton? Or in the case of the ad after the jump, perhaps one is judging the other for ordering an extra scoop?

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