M&S women’s clothes have had a surprise lease of life since recruiting a refugee from Top Shop (escaping Philip Green should bring out the best in anyone) and now they’re back for autumn with Sienna Miller, who should fit the M&S aspirational profile well enough. From House 337.
But can she do for M&S what Twiggy did all those years ago for Stuart Rose and Steve Sharp?
It’ll do fine. MAA creative scale: 6.
Much better than another member of the once-notorious Primrose Hill set, Kate Moss, whose effort for Diet Coke (with whom she’s signed a mega-deal) is getting another airing on UK telly.
Achieves the difficult feat of making Katie look uncool. Think we’ve rated this before but, second time around, barely a 3.