DDB London: Harvey Nichols

DDB London’s latest print campaign for Harvey Nichols combines glossy high-fashion style with humour

Based on the theme of making a fashion statement, each of the posters sees an immaculately dressed person making an impact with their outfit, which is physically illustrated by a three-metre wide inflatable speech bubble that knocks passers-by to the ground (or into a fountain for extra comedic effect).


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