Clothing store marketing
Harvey Nichols is again subverting the traditional seasonal sentiment in its 2014 Christmas campaign and follow-up to last year's "sorry, I spent it on myself".
Hammerson, the retail property developer, has used a 13-feet automated mechanical model to showcase the wide variety of the Christmas gifts available at its shopping centres.
Campaign takes of look at the major Christmas ads including John Lewis, Sainsbury's, Waitrose, Asda and Debenhams, some of which have pulled at viewers' heartstrings, while others have offered up some comedy.
YouTube is winning the online video battle, securing more than half of the 16.3 million views of the John Lewis ad, just four days after its launch.
Burberry has launched its first global Christmas campaign, with a film starring Romeo Beckham, the 12-year-old son of David and Victoria.
Debenhams' 2014 Christmas TV ad features a group of children rummaging around a deserted store at night, searching for the perfect gift.
Triumph, the lingerie company, is launching a product called Magic Wire, backed by a campaign that invites women to share their routine irritations.
Westfield is launching a campaign for the autumn/winter fashion season, with films inspired by the "talking points" of the season.
American Apparel has had two online ads banned by the Advertising Standards Authority for being "gratuitous and sexist".
River Island, the high-street fashion retailer, has released its first TV campaign, promoting its autumn/winter range.
Marks & Spencer has unveiled its latest "back to school" TV ads on its social media channels.
Harvey Nichols is promoting its summer sale with a striking print campaign featuring models wearing ill-fitting clothes.
Gatwick Airport has today launched The X-ray Collection, a social media competition challenging people to guess the products photographed in an airport scanner.
Charles Courtier, the global chief executive of MEC, has described the awarding of the $1 billion (£600 million) worldwide media account to his agency as a "life changing win" and "crucially important" to his network, in a missive to staff.
David Kolbusz leaves Bartle Bogle Hegarty for New York and Delia Bushell joins BT TV and Sport as managing director from BSkyB, in this week's round-up of people moves in advertising, marketing, media and PR
Amscreen has brokered a partnership with electronics giant Sharp to create what chief executive Simon Sugar believes will be, the "first truly affordable and scalable outdoor digital screen solutions" for anyone interested in the out of home space.
Joint has resigned the BHS account.
Haymarket Network, the contract publishing arm of Haymarket Media Group, has launched Forever Sports, the biggest new men's magazine to hit the newsstand in a decade.
The UK is a brand bazaar with overseas visitors coming here in huge numbers to take advantage of tax-free shopping opportunities and buy goods from the likes of Burberry and Barbour, which even at full price are typically 30 per cent cheaper than bac...
Isme, the women's online and catalogue shopping brand owned by Shop Direct, has appointed St Luke's to its £12 million advertising business.
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