Marks & Spencer Campaigns adding magic & sparkle to Christmas

Marks & Spencer Christmas

Marks & Spencer, the British multinational retailer renders idiosyncratic campaigns each year, that makes the viewers jump around with joy and experience the art of Christmas.

While Marks & Spencer Christmas Campaigns have tapped diverse themes and distinct narratives; one prevalent custom has always been the focal point remaining a unique product integration and the offering never leaving the spotlight.

Last year the brand brought back the 1989 classic track by House Of Pain and made everyone go jumpers on Christmas with a campaign by the creative agency ODD, and directed by Jake Nava highlighting a special kind of sweater.

Paddington & The Christmas Visitor by Grey London portrayed the rendition of the popular character, but in this instance the bear crosses paths with a familiar starnger.

Christmas With Love is one of the most popular M&S campaigns featuring Janet McTeer as Mrs. Claus, the contemporary rendition of the folklore character, who locates the sender of a letter through GPS, and flies a helicopter, instead of riding reindeers.

Created by RKCR/Y&R, and directed by Tom Hooper, accomponied by ‘With Love’ by Rachel Portman as the soundtrack of the advert.

More campaigns by Marks & Spencer add magic and sparkle to an extraordinary campigns

Also Read: Sainsbury’s Christmas campaigns that narrated timeless tales

Christmas With Love From Mrs. Claus

Go Jumpers For Christmas

Paddington & The Christmas Visitor

Magic & Sparkle

This Is Not Just Food… This Is M&S Christmas Food

The Art Of Christmas

An Extraordinary Christmas

This Is M&S Christmas Food

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