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Subscriber Account active since. Ad agencies around the world have adopted the audacious method, with the marketing pros behind activist organizations like PETA specializing in scandalous imagery. Italian clothing retailer Benetton pioneered the style in the s. The style is powerful, but it can backfire: the World Wildlife Fund drew ire for comparing the Tsunami disaster to the World Trade Center attack.

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As fashion brand United Colors of Benetton introduces a new creative platform and marketing strategy to strengthen its brand identity, The Drum takes a look at the evolution of the once provocative and politically charged brand. But then its fortunes changed, and while brand awareness was still high, sales were not. Sales were sluggish, rising only two per cent between and Last year the brand decided to change tack to turn the tide of its falling sales.

Previously it had kept its advertising and retail campaigns separate, but with a focus on purpose not product failing to empty rails, the fashion retailer released a campaign that unified its brand communication and product collection.

However, it failed to act as a stop gap with revenues in down 1. The retailer has split its product lines in to three categories; Dress up, Dress down and Dress to move, which the brand is hoping will still reflect its social mission of valuing the lives of ordinary people.

We tried to paint a picture of life that is extremely authentic and real. Some moments are great, some are not great, some are light, some are heavy and we tried to shoot that in a way that is never shocking but always real.

This in itself is a change since inception where it was not the goal to integrate the various touch points. Secondly the creativity in the past years had a strong focus on product with a crisp, clinical, background and we had an approach to human beings that was heavy on stylisation and mainly studio shots with picture perfect casting. Become a member to get access to:.

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26 Incredibly Daring Ads That Were Made To Shock You

Subscriber Account active since. Sisley Ever stumble upon an advertisement so shocking that you can't believe it was allowed to be printed -- or even created at all? It's called " shockvertising. Many went too far over the line in their quest to be "edgy" and were banned or rejected outright, but ended up out on the web anyway. Italian clothing retailer Benetton pioneered the style in the s, and its now-iconic campaigns received mixed reviews. Though many were outraged at the imagery used, others praised them, as they addressed significant social issues like human and civil rights.

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Shock advertising

One glance behind the convenience store counter reveals the packets that we most often associate with graphic content: cigarettes. Smokers are constantly bombarded with graphic images and text that try to dissuade them from smoking. Warnings run the gamut from lung disease to stroke, cancer, and death, communicated through everything from blunt slogans to disturbing images. But does it work?

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Shockvertising – does it have more pros or cons?

Shock Marketing is a field of marketing that provokes, inspires and stuns the public. This article explores the use and impact of shockvertising in advertising campaigns. Shockvertising and Shock Marketing are most often thought of and used in Social Marketing campaign. In campaigns against drinking, animal brutality, meat consumption, abortion, racism, climate change and social inequality, advertisers grab headlines and priceless publicity that cannot be bought without the shock value. As she pours water into his mouth, it suggests that you can taste the water. Diesel mirrored the same message in other cities showing bathing suits, parrots and penguins in cities like Rio, Venice, and the North pole. The old adage goes that sex sells.

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How Benetton moved from shockvertising to be ‘never shocking’

As fashion brand United Colors of Benetton introduces a new creative platform and marketing strategy to strengthen its brand identity, The Drum takes a look at the evolution of the once provocative and politically charged brand. But then its fortunes changed, and while brand awareness was still high, sales were not. Sales were sluggish, rising only two per cent between and Last year the brand decided to change tack to turn the tide of its falling sales. Previously it had kept its advertising and retail campaigns separate, but with a focus on purpose not product failing to empty rails, the fashion retailer released a campaign that unified its brand communication and product collection. However, it failed to act as a stop gap with revenues in down 1.

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