Lux: CEO

The power of beauty.

Advertising Agency: JWT Sydney, Australia
Executive Creative Directors: Jay Benjamin, Andy Dilallo
Copywriters / Art Directors: Tom Hazledine, Paul Spelman
Photographer: Sean Izzard
Typographer / Designer: Jeffrey Oley
Retoucher: Pro-Colour Singapore


Crisp One's picture
Crisp One
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these are cute... nice... I LIKE!

j2mango's picture
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another wonderbra

sneakyhands's picture
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she's so out of my league i forgot how to speak like an adult. it's a pretty cool idea. the first thing i thought too was wonderbra.

Nthngmn's picture
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these are great. haven't seen this approach for lingerie (i'm assuming) before. Well done.

ChuckNorris's picture
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I saw something like this here a couple of weeks ago.

Crisp One's picture
Crisp One
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ChuckNorris's picture
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Never mind.

It's from the same campaign.

piet miller's picture
piet miller
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You all got it wrong: HE THINKS IT'S HIS MOM! She also used Lux.

BFB's picture
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I can't believe they continued a campaign that has already been done:

floydeepurple's picture
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now turn the camera to the other side

LZMNSTR's picture
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what's not shown is left for the viewers to imagine. if it is selling lingerie , then obviously targeting women. which girl likes to look at other hot girls. the ad is attempting to say "it could be you." "you make men speechless like a child."

anne_one's picture
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I though it was for a range of Lux product for men, that make them look/feel like boys again, albeit unexpectedly.

LZMNSTR's picture
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i don't think so, because the tagline says "the power of beauty" and a boy in the fancy office looks in shock, it doesn't work if it's targeting to men. who thinks baby skin is very "manly". it works because it's targeting to women, because the power of beauty can make a man speechless like as a boy.

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