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Reebok ZPump Fusion 2.0 "See how it works" (2016) 1:00 (USA)

Reebok ZPump Fusion 2.0 "See how it works" (2016) 1:00 (USA)

Some crazy motion graphics and live action going on it to explain Reebok's ZPump Fusion shoe. Pretty crazy stuff. Reebok had that pump stuff going on back in the late 80's early 90's, and this is the latest and greatest version.

 

RW&CO "Suit up" (2016) 1:28 (Canada)

RW&CO  "Suit up" (2016) 1:28 (Canada)

In a nod to action films in Hollywood, this spot for Canadian apparel store RW&CO stars P.K.. Subban, who plays for the Montreal Canadiens. The ending has a slight twist at the end that, while not unexpected, is still a nice way to finish.

 

Petit Bateau celebrates children and their endless creativity

These print ads for clothing brand Petit Bateau featuring kids using their imagination is all kinds of cute.

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HOBBS wants you to make an understatement

Blend in. Literally. With the walls. This is the fashion line for people who don't want to stand out. These ads convey that a little too well.

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Yves Saint Laurent "L'HOMME- directors cut" (2016) 2:40 (France)

Yves Saint Laurent "L'HOMME- directors cut" (2016) 2:40 (France)

The soundtrack to this beautifully shot Yves Saint Laurent spot for L'HOMME starring Vinnie Woolston is called “Blouson Noir,” by AaRON. The song reminds me of a slightly slower and more electro version of The National.

 

Jean-Paul Gaultier | Welcome to the Factory (2016) 1:00 (France)

Jean-Paul Gaultier | Welcome to the Factory (2016) 1:00 (France)

Sexy ladies and men hang out in a factory that is Jean-Paul Gaultier in this spot that is a crazy throwback to all kinds of eras, right down to the hiphop opera. Hiphopera? Never mind. I like it.

 

Pandora "Andres proposal story" (2016) 2:05 (Spain)

Pandora "Andres  proposal story" (2016) 2:05 (Spain)

Tis the season for Valentines and wildly concocted proposals. In this case, Andrés dressed up in prosthetic make up to look old and surprises his lady Ana in a stunt on the street.

 

22-Squared and Shoe Carnival want you to #LaceUpForLacey

Shoe Carnival is a large retail outlet with more than 400 stores. This is their largest social media push in history, and for a good cause, too. Running on the usual suspects, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and YouTube, their campaign goal is less about selling shoes, and more about joining the fight against pediatric cancer. Shoe Carnival has teamed up with Coaches vs.

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Jordan "Melo Built for more" (2016) 1:00 (USA)

Jordan "Melo Built for more" (2016) 1:00 (USA)

We've seen spots in which famous basketball players return to their roots before. But this one is different. Carmelo Anthony has returned to the city where he grew up: Baltimore.

 

adidas Originals "Your future is not mine" (2016) 1:15 (USA)

adidas Originals "Your future is not mine" (2016) 1:15 (USA)

adidas Originals has managed to take its formula of hipsters/chavs hanging out and looking cool on street corners and in house parties and somehow, against all odds, applied an

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