While waiting for the orthodontist I saw this Louis Vuitton ad printed in Town & Country Travel magazine:
…underneath which was this incorrectly written sentence:
The same ad is published elsewhere with correct wording, although I can’t find an image that isn’t under lock and key, forcing me to paaaaay for it, but the correction to the word “that” is “than”.
It’s a common error to type that instead of than, but I’m just super surprised they let such a glaring error go to print. I can understand an article typo, a caption typo, but… a Louis Vuitton print ad? Linked to major celebrities? (Oh, c’mon, Andre and Steffi are celebrities.) I am guessing someone got fired for that?
That ad is very romantic when written correctly. Too bad it was ruined by the misplaced that.