High heels

Agency Network: 
October 2008

Print advertisment created by Euro RSCG, France for Air France, within the category: Transport.

Advertising Agency: BETC Euro RSCG, Paris, France
Photographer: Camilla Akrans
Executive Creative Director: Remi Babinet
Creative Director: Florence Bellisson
Art Director: Florence Bellisson
Assistant Art Director: Cyril Arandel
Copywriter: Valérie Chidlovsky
Agency Producer: Fabrice Brovelli
Art Buyer: Isabelle Mocq
Photographic Production: Ed Brachfield, Rita

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Paolo keppella's picture
Paolo keppella
Activity Score 51

Come on AIRFRANCE.... Im sure you can pull something better...
The first concept was nice but stop recycling it.

Think outside the X_BOX

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There is a something called consistency.

Kaifa's picture
Activity Score 136

Totally quote you.

"I could have killed 'em all, I could kill you. In town you're the law, out here it's me. Don't push it. Don't push it or I'll give you a war you won't believe."

tantrik_indian's picture
Activity Score 953

This ad says nothing totally!

~~this paranoid survived!~~

everartz's picture
Activity Score 7615

this is very ..... hmmm wrong!

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Hibon's picture
Activity Score 3736

A good idea can live a long time, but it's time for change with Air France.(this campagne will be "indiffèrent"). Dommage !!!!!

Simple ideas are the best !

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WWWorker's picture
Activity Score 121

No idea. Just a picture. So boring, damned...

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Honestly, I'm no advertising professional. However, I'm someone who flies and who loves everything French. This says Couture French to me.

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While the ad does little for Air France as an airline, it did catch the attention of my wife like none other. To her this is the ultimate shoe. It is beyond belief.

Now my wife, if she had the resources and the space, would have a shoe collection to challenge Ymelda Marcos. Fortunately she does not.

Don't underestimate the power of this ad to promote "Frenchness."