Campaign Round Up – January 30th to February 3rd, 2012
1. Abercrombie & FitchAbercrombie & Fitch introduces new graceful and delicate dresses with perfect fit and prettiest details on February 1st.
2. GAP invites to “Select Your Style”
“Gap is so disappointing these days. Bring back the Gap as it was 15 years ago – good quality and trendy basics. Every time I walk into the Gap now I’m disappointed at how they’ve just become another Zara. “
”I tried to put my lil girl pics on here and it takes forever to get them on so i stop.How do i put them on?“
“I got my coupon!!! I love this store!! “
An excited fan commented:
“Beautiful what you see with your eyes of the children’s clothing, especially from the distinctive Gucci products for children dear.”
Vans invited High School students in the USA to an exciting Vans Custom Culture art competition registration on January 31st. Custom Culture is a sneaker customization contest for US high school art classes where they can win $50,000 for their school’s art program.
Registration starts on February 1st.
- H&M invited fans to take a look at the collection of Six finalists in the H&M Design award 2012 on Jan 30. The winner is announced with a live-stream show on 1st of February.
- H&M posted the news of opening new stores in Germany on Thursday. They are also coming to Bulgaria, Latvia, Malaysia, Mexico and Thailand this year. They are launching shop online in the US in autumn.
- H&M introduced a new collection under Neon Makes You Glow, 2012.
The first ever EA& Ad Campaign was posted by ARMANI on January 30th. The EA7 line is an introduction to the world of sport at Armani. Armani encouraged fans to watch out for new announcements and projects (especially leading up to the Olympics).Watch the collection at:
Fans reacted positively with excitement to see the collection.
9. adidas – Weather update from adidas Weather Widget
On January 31st adidas posted a video on adidas NEO Label – Sunshine on a cloudy day. The adidas NEO Label Weather Widget tells you what Mother Nature has up her sleeve, giving you a weather update before you even step out the door.