Gap is rolling out the holiday extension of its “Back to Blue” campaign launched earlier this fall. The Xmas push taglined “Make Love,” is all about returning to the things that matter most in our lives—genuine love, respect, compassion, admiration and caring. The new U.S. campaign, starring cultural icons and activists, encompasses prints and outdoor ads, direct mail, social and cinema ads as well as new digital content unveiled on a daily basis.

Google is entering the winter holiday season with travelling Winter Wonderlabs that are now opening across the USA. These pop-up venues work both as product displays and as creative spaces, inviting consumers to explore the Google’s product from various perspectives. Designed as giant Snow Globes, the venues evoke the festive spirit and provide a deeper insight into a variety of gadgets the tech powerhouse is here to offer.

Marks & Spencer has brought together legendary children’s stories in its latest Christmas TV ad starring a roster of celebrities. The commercial with an orchestral soundtrack features Rosie Huntington-Whitely, David Gandy and Helena Bonham-Carter who present M&S goods—the apparel, accessories and food—in iconic scenes from Alice in Wonderland, Red Riding Hood, Aladdin and The Wizard of Oz.

Want to see how the holiday moves across the globe? Google invites the global audience to visit the dedicated website to follow the iconic character as he travels to various countries. In addition to tracking, which begins in three days, the destination provides an insider look into Santa’s village, where users can play a number of games and meet interesting elves while exploring a plethora of fun activities.

Diesel mixed magic and psychology this season to help a group of young guys and girls reveal their true Christmas morning feelings they used to experience when they were little kids. The brand launched the Magic of Christmas promotion on its website, where it has posted three videos starring young Diesel fans who were hypnotized to act just like they were 5 years old. Believe it or not, all the reactions in the videos are real, Diesel says.