The clothes on a perfectly sculpted mannequin
do not accentuate the garment's beauty.
Rather, it hollows it, makes it unwholesome
and outlines all the more clearly how empty it truly is
to the point where one forgets what one is looking at.
Like a vague pronoun.
The human mind, the decent soul, cannot and should
not be subjected to such a perversion and feels inhumanly
compelled to destroy the effect.
And that is why mannequins are so good for sales.