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DDB’s Christmas ad for Harvey Nichols is non-vintage but still shows an agency on the up

Fancy London emporium Harvey Nichols has created quite a stir with its advertising through DDB (or Adam&Eve/DDB as it is now) and its new Christmas opus, ‘The Dress,’ isn’t bad.

It’s that fear that all girls seem to have (should have got Angie Dean to write this) that someone else will turn up wearing the same frock at the same party.

Not as controversial as the incontinent model in the summer or last Christmas’s ‘Walk of Shame.’

It goes on a bit at 90 seconds and needs a twist.

And are they saying HN only makes one of everything? Doubt it.

Anyway, Adam&Eve/DDB is having a good Christmas, with John Lewis and now this.

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About Stephen Foster

Stephen is a former editor of Marketing Week and London Evening Standard advertising columnist. He wrote City Republic for Brand Republic and is a partner in communications consultancy The Editorial Partnership.
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