She is posing in jeans but it's a far cry from her appearance in the famed Calvin Klein ads from the early eighties in which she boldly (and some would say seductively) announces nothing comes between her and her Calvins. While we can't say whether or not, thirty years later, Shields is wearing Calvin Kleins in a new La-Z-Boy campaign, we can say she still looks stunning.
Breaking over the next few weeks, along with print in women's magazines, five :30's will air on TBS, Bravo, Lifetime, CNN, ESPN, HGTV and others.
We'd like to personally thank DDB Mudra for crafting a car commercial that isn't shot on a winding mountain road, doesn't portray the vehicle as if it were an extension of one's personality and doesn't contain the disclaimer, "Professional driver. Do not attempt on your own."
DDB Mudra came up with a concept that actually says something about the car and about the people who built it. Yes, it's goofy but it's makes a powerful point: the people who build the Volkswagen Vento are very proud of their work, love the fruits of their labor and hope the final product will be well cared for by its owner.
- Yawn. Yet another flashmob. Lots of hotties though. Oh wait, the hotties are like 12 years old. And that jingle at the end? JFC! That was terrible!
- After two years, Dolce & Gabbana has replaced Madonna with four supermodels for their upcoming ad campaigns.
- Today's Chicago Tribune named Energy BBDO one of Chicago's Top Workplaces.
- Matt and Kim love TuneUp.
When they gave Diesel permission to use their library last March for a ten hour ad campaign shoot, did the Brooklyn Law School really think the outcome wouldn't be racy? Apparently not because the school now regrets allowing the brand to use their facilities.
In an email to students and staff, the school's Dean wrote, 'We are as shocked and mortified as you must be by these photographs. When the school gave its permission to do the shoot, the school was assured that the photos would be in good taste. They are not.'
A spokesperson told Above the Law, "Television and movie producers frequently ask for permission to use our beautiful facilities as a backdrop and we try to oblige when we can. When we gave Diesel jeans permission to do a photo shoot, we understood that jeans, and not what is worn under them, would be the subject of the shoot. We would not want to create the impression that the featured attire was approved by us."
- Infographic illustrates the decline of Yahoo over a 15 year period.
- The small town of Agira in Sicily is populated by the most fashionable people in the world. Well at least according to Sicilia Fashion Village, a fashion outlet scheduled to launch November 26.
- American Express is out with an incredibly boring-looking app called Cash IQ. It's supposed to be addictive and fun. It caused us to fall asleep.
- A hotel in Verona, which organizes unconventional surprise activities for its customers is out with a silly video showing the pranks it plays on guest.
- Last Day at the Office Emails determine college students who think they want to go into law might actually have a better experience going into advertising.
- Here's what today's youth is all about.
Do you like when you see your friends in commercials? We do which is why we're going to share a new commercial from Gap with you which features iCrossing Director of Strategy Alisa Leonard. She's smart. She's beautiful. She's a geek. She's perfect for Gap's new charitable cause campaign which promises $1 to Leonard's (and others in the campaign as well) charity of choice for every Like her ad receives on Facebook.
So head over to Alisa's video on the Gap Facebook page (or any and all you choose to view) and click Like. It's for a good cause, you know. In Alisa's case, it's for Goods For Goods.
You can see her on Gap's websites here and here too.
In a new Revlon campaign shot by Mario Testino, Jessica Biel mimics the brand's original 1952 Fire & Ice campaign which featured Dorian Leigh. The new campaign reintroduces the Fire & Ice line.
Since anyone can remember, Revlon has focused on Hollywood celebrities for its ad campaigns. Most recently, the brand has worked with Halle Berry, Jessica Alba, Elle McPherson, Susan Sarandon, Julianne Moore, Eva Mendes, Jaime King and Jennifer Connelly.
The newly voiced (by Robery Downey Jr.) Mr. Peanut, silent for the first 94 years of his life, is host to a holiday party at his house. Everyone's in attendance including an unexpected guest, the Nutcracker, who, sadly, misbehaves but gets a just punishment from Mr. Peanut.
The ad, which debuted yesterday, is part of a $35 million "character revitalization" campaign which is giving Mr. Peanut somewhat of a makeover looking more like a nut and being dressed in a flannel suit. The trademark top hat, cane and eyepiece will remain.
Omnicon TBWA New York spin off Being created the campaign which includes POP, online and print. The campaign's new tagline is "Naturally Remarkable."
Ladies, ever get angry when you're man breaks a date with you because he's too busy at work? Sure you have because men do it all the time...no matter how stunningly hot you are. So don't get mad, get even. Or at least get what you need from your man.
Suit up in your sexiest lingerie, cover up in a trench coat and go have your way with your man in his office. That's what the hottie in this Agent Provocateur commercial does when her man says he's too busy working on the Smith Report.
And then...well, just watch the video to see just how this woman handles the situation.
- Need your daily dose of ad hotness? Then take a look at images from the Candice Swanepoel photoshoot for Victoria's Secret.
- German ass gets tight courtesy of Reebok's Reetone shoes.
- Carrie Underwood is featured in a formulaic Olay commercial which is set to debut during the CMA Awards.
- Earlier this month Leo Burnett CEO Tom Bernardin and CCO Mark Tutssel released their new book - HumanKind. The book is about people and how creativity transforms the way people think, feel and behave.