Mums are at the heart of the season in Scentre Group’s latest Autumn ’18 campaign, titled ‘Whatever Your Priority, You’re Ours’.
Casting a diverse mix of families, the campaign captures the various moments that all mums can relate to but are aspirational enough to entice and inspire her throughout autumn. From morning, through to night, a tapestry of everyday moments are brought to life, culminating in a vibrant backyard movie night.
Dana Ridge, Head of Content, Scentre Group said, “Mums are core to Westfield, and with Easter, school holidays and Autumn’s crescendo, Mother’s Day, falling within the season, we not only wanted to support mums, but celebrate them. Steering clear of stereotypes, we wanted to show how she effortlessly switches between roles, from cooking with the kids and experimenting with the latest fashion, to catching up with her mum tribe – all while still staying true to herself.”
Directed by Jasmin Tarasin, the integrated Autumn campaign will launch in all 39 Westfield centres in Australia and New Zealand, leading with Westfield’s powerful owned network including SmartScreens, SuperScreens, web, email and social, in addition to earned and paid.
- Broadcast across the Westfield connected network of 1,500+ SmartScreens and SuperScreens
- Channel 9 Catch-Up (AU only)
- Digital buy across YouTube, social and mobile
- PR and social across 75+ social channels
Westfield has partnered with the country’s leading women’s network, Business Chicks to launch a national series of events, Westfield Women in Conversation. Talking to the passion points and interests of mums, each event will be multi-faceted to provide education, entertainment and inspiration.
“Giving back to our Westfield mums this season is core. Our partnership with Business Chicks will allow us to really bring this to life in a way that is meaningful for mums across the country.”
“Spearheading the series will be carefully curated guest speakers from the spheres of media, wellness and fashion, who will share with our Westfield mums their own authentic experiences of personal and professional growth and what motherhood means to them,” continues Ridge.
To kick off the season, Autumn will also see the return of Westfield’s highly anticipated Fashion Weekend over Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 March. A bi-annual event, the weekend will incorporate two days of centre-wide activations, sales and offers across fashion, beauty and wellness, offering customers an opportunity to get ready for the season.
Scentre Group will launch the Autumn ‘18 integrated national campaign with Sibling Agency, the full-service agency offering established by WPP AUNZ dedicated to the Westfield brand.
Retailers featured in the campaign include:
The Autumn ’18 campaign features looks, accessories, beauty, home ware and kids wear from brands including Alice McCall, Bec & Bridge, Bailey Nelson, Bardot, Bardot Junior, Bonds, Adairs, Bed Bath N Table, Country Road, Ella Bache, H&M , Karen Walker, Mecca, MIMCO, MJ Bale, Muji, Peter Alexander, Typo, Witchery, Wittner, Zara and Ziera shoes, all available to buy at Westfield shopping centres. The new season items can be viewed at https://www.westfield.com.au/autumn.
Creative: Sibling Agency
Managing director: Mandy Galmes
Head of creative: Jennie Ko
Art director: Roberta Cicerone
Head of production: Elissa Maine
Group account director: Sarah Hazen
Senior account director: Caz O’Neil
Media director: Brett Carson
PR director: Laura Barette
Head of studio: Grant Hendren
Director: Jasmin Tarasin
Producer: Emma Thompson
Director of production: Chris Miles
Editor: Gabriella Muir
Production: Jack Nimble
Content creative directors Adam Wise and Angus Mullane
Photographer: Corrie Bond
Stylist: Nicole Adolphe
Hair and make-up: Claire Thomson
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