Oh dear. Lots of women have been made to stand near a washing machine, clearly inferring that LG believes this to be their place. To be fair, is it about the right height to make a lovely chair for them all.
This is Raquel Sanchez Silva. She’s washing a blanket she used to pat down a wet dog.
This is Maria Castro. Maria is using the delicate wool setting to freshen up a favourite old jumper! She’s not washing it, just giving it a quick spin. That’s a secret she learned from her gran. Helps protect the fabric.
This is Raquel Merono. She’s doing the sheets. Its 11Kg capacity means she can do all the beds at once, freeing up more time for making dinner, vacuuming, sucking off the husband, etc.
This is Arancha de Benito. She wouldn’t say what she was washing. She got all embarrassed about it. Probably bras and pants, all stained from playing in the garden.
This is Monica Estarreado. She’s doing her husband’s work clothes. He’s a plumber. But that’s not how she met him. Everyone thinks that, but they actually met in a supermarket.
This is Silvia Jato. She’s just re-washing last week’s batch of laundry, because she left it in the machine for too long and it got all mildewy.
This is Lola Marcelli. She’s doing her brother’s duvet, as he’s been living in that flat of his for six months now and he hasn’t even washed it once.
This is Natalia Alvarez. She’s doing her bras again for attention.
And finally we have Fabiola Toledo. She’s doing her comfortable trousers because she’s old enough not to have to care so much about fashions.
filed in PROMOTIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY on Dec.07, 2009