The UK luxury department store is known for their creative and sometimes controversial adverts—like this “Walk of Shame” TV spot they ran last Christmas.
A spokeswoman for Harvey Nichols said:
“We developed the campaign to promote our summer sale and capture this excitement in a light-hearted, humorous way.
The images in our advertising were designed to be a visual representation of a well-known phrase.
During the production of the campaign, we researched the use of this expression in popular culture and social media, and were satisfied that it is both commonplace and invariably used in a playful, inoffensive manner, which was in keeping with the tongue-in-cheek spirit in which we intended our campaign to be taken.”
Me, I have no problem with this. Shoppers receive a shit-ton of clothing sales junk mail, and this is a great way to make yours memorable and get it viewed.
The incontinent probably will be skipping the sale.
Of course, that may not be urine…
Men’s version below.
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