For their Fall 2012 campaign, Kenzo has teamed up with Jean Paul Goude which casted models like Xiao Wen and Simon Sabbah. The entire campaign will be launched sometime this week during Pitti Uomo.
I wonder why the religious groups and sensitive citizens are not reacting on this campaign. Maybe it only shows 2 Xs and not XXX?
Retail giant, Harvey Nichols is once again in the middle of controversy after releasing their latest promotional ad for their up coming Sale.
The campaign which was sent out to thousands of potential customers spark outrage to some sensitive shoppers. The Sale ad is showing a woman and man who out of excitement – wet their pants.
Harvey Nichols told the media that the campaign was intended to promote their summer sale to capture the excitement in a light-hearted, humorous way.
‘It was intended in a playful, inoffensive manner, in keeping with the tongue-in-cheek spirit in which we intended our campaign to be taken’ – Harvey Nichols
For me, I don’t see any reason why people should react or get offended on the ad. I think it’s cute, funny and clever. Everyone gets excited on any sale and that’s the best way to interpret the feeling with a humor.
Check out some of their past ads, the one with the mannequin is a genius!
Fashion is Fun! Cheer up and Shop!
Everyone’s getting crazy about the recent ad campaign of Philippine Clothing Line, Bayo.
It’s all about celebrating the uniqueness or your individuality which was applied on how you can mix and match the clothing.
Filipinos are known for their humor, some of our witty friends made some tweaking on Bayo’s ad.