Levi’s is switching from an energy-packed “Go Forth” message, which has been used for the past five years, to a personal experience approach in its new promotional campaign “Live in Levi’s.” The multi-channel effort, developed by FCB and The House Worldwide, builds on real life stories of people who choose to wear Levi’s jeans for various occasions, throughout their life.

The ongoing football championship is a great occasion for raising awareness about things that are even more important than a good game. Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior, a celebrated football player from Brazilian national team and Spanish FC Barcelona, on behalf of the Waves for Water nonprofit is rolling out a new campaign in partnership with PayPay to bring drinkable water to deprived regions of Brazil. The Competition for Good site seeks donations from around the globe, asking people to donate for their countries and help them win— at least, in water-providing contest.

IKEA, a recognized and much-loved expert in arranging home spaces across the globe, has released a report that sheds light on contemporary morning rituals. The new report, titled “Life at Home: A World Wakes Up,” provides a sneak peek into how people wake up, have breakfast, interact with family members, and many more, in eight big capitals across the globe—Shanghai, Moscow, Berlin, Stockholm, New York, Paris, London and Mumbai.

Louis Vuitton is celebrating its symbol, the Monogram, with an impressive collaboration that engages six “renowned and creative iconoclasts” from diverse fields—Christian Louboutin, Cindy Sherman, Frank Gehry, Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Newson and Rei Kawakubo. They were challenged with a task to develop a piece of luggage or a bag that would sync both with their creative attitude and the brand’s ethos based around daring innovation.

LinkedIn is rolling out its global campaign, The Picture Yourself, that focuses on success and personal stories of four people who reached big on their professional path. The initiative goes from direct relation to career goals to plans and aspirations, asking the audience “What’s your dream?” As part of this campaign, a local effort in the UK was launched, marking the first-ever LinkedIn’s brand campaign on the market. 

To celebrate the power and success of LGBT athletes in international sports competitions, YouTube is launching a new effort that features a range of sport celebrities who have declared they are gays or lesbians. The idea of the 2-minute video, the centerpiece of the effort, is to show that everyone has the right to be what he or she is and play the sport he or she really loves.