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Puppets Made from Pre-Loved Clothing Strut the Catwalk in Vestiaire Collective Campaign

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Droga5 London teams up with Biscuit's Andreas Nilsson to make fashion live forever

Puppets Made from Pre-Loved Clothing Strut the Catwalk in Vestiaire Collective Campaign

Fashion B Corp, Vestiaire Collective and Droga5 London have launched a new brand campaign to re-introduce their pre-loved fashion marketplace, with a runway show modeled by a collective of fashionable puppets made entirely from pre-loved clothes. The campaign and its collective of stylish sewn stars sets out Vestiaire Collective’s new brand philosophy with the positive rallying cry 'Long Live Fashion', expressing the brand’s love of fashion and desire to make it live forever. 

The pre-loved campaign created by Droga5 London, features TV and online films set at a hotly-anticipated fashion show featuring the collective, where we meet models Miss Classique, Rich, Lady Green, Drops and Hunter. The collective are puppets that are all made from and wearing pre-loved fashion. The film directed by Andreas Nilsson features famous French fashion commentator and journalist Loïc Prigent, who narrates the action and makes a cameo appearance. 

An outdoor, print and social campaign features the pre-loved collective posing alongside a diverse group of models, all lensed by British-Ghanaian photographer Campbell Addy, part of the new fashion vanguard. 

The campaign aims to showcase the diversity of the Vestiaire Collective brand and its community. The collective of puppets represent the different style tribes within the Vestiaire community and the different reasons people shop on the platform. Miss Classique epitomises taste in luxury fashion, Rich represents the smart sellers, Lady Green is all about the brand’s core value of sustainability, Drops speaks to a second chance at limited releases and Hunter has a keen eye for vintage. 

Vanessa Masliah, VP, marketing and branding commented: “Our ambition, from a global marketing and branding perspective, has always been to demonstrate the brand’s mission of transforming the fashion industry for a more sustainable future. Our pre-loved campaign felt like the perfect creative expression of this and gave us such a rich platform to build a bold marketing programme around - allowing us to showcase our fashion and sustainability credentials in the most talkable way, while also speaking to each member of our growing community and the reasons they choose to shop on the Vestiaire Collective platform.”

David Kolbusz, chief creative officer of Droga5 London, added: “Our pre-loved campaign was inspired by Vestiaire Collective’s purpose-led business, a company that prioritises circularity and resells high-end fashion. And who better to give voice to the brand than the clothes they sell, fashioned into puppets. Our collective of puppets - stars in their own right - are not only made from pre-loved clothes but they also model them - the ideal representation of this wonderful business.”

This is the first major campaign by Droga5 London for Vestiaire Collective who became a client after a four way pitch in 2021. The campaign will run on national TV in France and Italy and will be supported by OOH launching on March 21 2022. The campaign will also run online globally across Vestiaire Collective’s social channels and in digital media in the US, UK, Spain and Hong Kong. 

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Client: Vestiaire Collective

VP, Marketing and Branding - Vanessa Masliah
Head of Brand - Raphaël Bittner
Creative Director - Valentin Lefevre

Agency: Droga5 London

Chief Creative Officer : David Kolbusz

Executive Creative Director : Shelley Smoler

Creatives : Ashley Hamilton, Sarah Sutherland

Head of Production : Peter Montgomery

Producer : Jessie Gammell

Art Buyer : Katerina Gharraph

Assistant Producer : Manon Rees

Design Director : Stephanie McArdle

Senior Designer : Stephen Taylor, Alasdair Griffiths

Head of Studio : Tim Larke

Head of Strategy : Damien Le Castrec

Strategy Director : Francesca Zedde

Joint Managing Director : Rebecca Lewis

Senior Account Manager : Matt Brown

Film Credits

Puppet Makers : Puppets Magic

Production Company : Biscuit Filmworks

Director : Andreas Nilsson

Executive Producer : Rupert Reynolds-MacLean

Producer : Kwok Yau

Cinematographer : Thomas Hardmeierr

Production Designer : Alexis Ross

Stylist : Sam Ranger

Editing Company : The Quarry

Editor : Ben Jones

Post Company : Electric Theatre Company

VFX Lead : Iain Murray

Colourist : Hannibal Lang - BaconX

Sound Company : 750MPH

Sound Designer : Sam Ashwell, Michalis Anthis

Music Composer : Murphy / Howard

Vocalist : Elisabeth Troy

Music Writers : David Kolbusz, Ash Hamilton, Sara Sutherland, Michalis Anthis Music Supervisor - Soho Music

Stills Credits

Photographer : Campbell Addy

Production Company : CLM

Executive Producer : Thu Nguyen

Producer : Cai Lunn, Teodora Budimir

Talent : Goi Manase, Jess Maybury, Dahan Phuong Oanh

Stylist : Sam Ranger

Set Design : Afra Zamara

Casting : Mischa Notcutt

Hair : Virginie Moreira

Makeup : Ammy Drammey

Puppet Makers : Puppets Magic

Puppeteers : Kim Scopes, Douglas Rutter

Genres: Comedy

Categories: Clothing and Fashion, Day Wear

Droga5 London, Mon, 21 Mar 2022 12:02:00 GMT