"Family of the Future" is an exciting and immersive research work by Dragon Rouge's London office, that aims to define what will shape brand communications in a 17-year time from the demographic and socio-economic perspective.
Old Spice welcomes its most popular ambassador, Isaiah Mustafa, back in the new promotion centered around manliness.
Doing good can be not just rewarding, but beneficial for all—prove the U.K. ethical food brand for kids and toddlers Little Dish together with the London children's charity Kids Company.
As part of this initiative, the brand has teamed up with five other English fashion labels—Globe-Trotter, Gloverall, Lock & Co., Johnstons of Elgin and Pantherella—that epitomize the British cultural tradition and goodwill values.
The sneakers, which are replicas of the models of the upcoming Spring/Summer 2014 collection, have been created using recycled corrugated cardboard.
Following in the footsteps of Coke Zero's Sweater Generator fun-packed contest, Budweiser has introduced its own sweater-themed promotion in line with the holiday knitwear wear season.
The project, presented at the brand’s store on 155 New Bond Street in London, introduces stylish items create from discarded materials and defective inventory.
The Lynx Africa turns 18 this year, and to celebrate this occasion the brand has teamed up with the TMW agency to roll out an art-focused campaign dubbed “The can becomes the man.”