The Vanguard Agency shoots new Aquila campaign

The Vanguard Agency shoots new Aquila campaign
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Ad agency The Vanguard is behind a spring and summer campaign for shoe brand Aquila.

The agency has appointed Deon St Mor, Melbourne entrepreneur and owner of MOR Cosmetics to represent the season.

The campaign will feature posters, digital and social media.

Deryll Naidoo, creative partner at The Vanguard Agency, said: “Aquila is a client that has given us the freedom to explore a diverse channel mix for their brand. We are honored to bring Mr Deon St.Mor on board to represent the season. It’s an opportunity to showcase a top tiered Aquila range of clothing and footwear with those at the vanguard of business, style and innovation.”

CREDITS:

Client: Aquila; creative: The Vanguard

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