A striking portrait of youth and sophistication blends fashion photography with a journalistic look and suggests that the subject is a person of importance.
Advertising is no stranger to wordplay, and the outerwear retailer, L.L. Bean, has adopted this approach with their latest slogan, Be an Outsider.
Her bare legs wrap around his denim-clad waist. He grasps her hips on the tailgate of an old pickup truck. But this is no spontaneous encounter.
With the World Cup fast approaching, sportswear brands jockey for position, eager to cash in on the tournament by presenting themselves as part of the drama.
“Make time for life,” advises Armitron, a company that manufactures affordable watches for men and women. But examine the slogan closer and its meaning begins to fragment.
After biding their time for four years, many people are happy to simply hold their noses again. Enjoy the flashback…