24th September 2018

F&F Autumn/Winter 2018

F&F Autumn/Winter 2018

We’ve shaken off the stigma of supermarket fashion in our latest campaign for F&F. Shot against the backdrop of a Tesco store, our playful AW/18 campaign champions the retailer’s supermarket credentials. It and reinforces Tesco and F&F’s position as the perfect retail destination for the modern woman seeking value and convenience but not at the sacrifice of style. The campaign run across VOD, print, OOH, digital and social. It was directed by Dillon Buirski, with photography by Tung Walsh.

21st June 2018

ODD Wins Best Footwear Marketing Campaign

ODD Wins Best Footwear Marketing Campaign

The Drapers awards are the most highly respected in the fashion retail sector, recognising the top performing and most innovative brands. ODD with Dr. Martens took home the Best Footwear Marketing Campaign Award for #WORNDIFFERENT. This campaign aimed at changing the perception that Dr. Martens only offers chunky-soled footwear worn by an alternative crowd. Our challenge was to inspire new audiences by clearly demonstrating the true breadth of Dr. Martens wearers and products whilst not alienating our existing loyal fanbase.

7th June 2018

F&F partner with mental health charity CALM

F&F partner with mental health charity CALM

This summer Tesco’s F&F have partnered with CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably), the U.K. male mental health charity. Launching this week, the #MarkYourMan campaign from ODD uses the impending World Cup to highlight the importance of guys supporting their friends. The campaign is supported by social films starring two U.K. comedians, Romesh Ranganathan and Rob Beckett. The pair feature in a series of short online films built to fit seamlessly into social feeds during the World Cup, encouraging men to open up and support each other. ODD also teamed up with F&F to create a “two part” t-shirt that forms a St. […]

3rd April 2018

Triumph #LIVEAMOSTYLE

Triumph #LIVEAMOSTYLE

Today sees the launch of ODD’s first campaign for Triumph following their appointment to help relaunch their Japanese sub-brand, Amo’s Style.