Has Calvin Klein gone too far? Though the brand has a long history of controversial marketing, there’s one image from its Spring 2016 campaign that has sparked rage across Instagram; it's the up-skirt photo of 22-year-old model Klara Kristin with the words “I flash in #mycalvins.”

As pointed out by Digiday, the pictured has received over 1,400 comments, most of which criticize Calvin Klein for objectifying women and promoting pedophilia, as Kristin appears to be underage.

"She may be 22. The ad is still gives impression of a young girl having a up skirt photo taken," one person wrote. "I'm not asking anyone to cater to my life or agree with point of view. I'm giving my personal opinion. How desperate is Calvin Klein believing this photo is good idea to sell underwear?"

People went on to refer to the ad as "disgusting," "gross," "disturbing," and "pornagraphic."

 

Take a peek: @karate_katia, photographed by @harleyweir for the Spring 2016 advertising campaign. #mycalvins

A photo posted by Calvin Klein (@calvinklein) on May 9, 2016 at 3:45pm PDT

"So it's ok to take photos up a girls skirt for underwear modeling?," another person wrote. "Seriously not a good look CK. If no one sees a problem with this then I suggest you get a reality check with a psychologist. As if women don't get enough uncalled for sexual attention, now this marketing image comes out. Not okay!"

The campaign, aptly titled "Erotica," was shot by London-based photographer Harley Weir and also stars Kendall Jenner, Abbey Lee Kershaw, and Saskia de Brauw.

UPDATED 5/12/16: Harley Weir has no regrets following the backlash from her "Erotica" campaign for Calvin Klein. The photographer told The Associated Press that she is "really happy" with the response, despite the controversy it has caused.

UPDATED 5/18/16: Klara Kristin has also responded to the backlash. The 22-year-old model posted the controversial image on Instagram with a caption that read: "I LOVE this photo @harleyweir took of me...all this discussion about it makes me think about how alienated and scared some people are to the female human body... Be and love yourself and your sexuality #girlpower."