Female supporters of Movember, otherwise known as ‘Mo-sistas’, are asked to show off their ‘Movember Misstaches’ so that they too can don a moustache this Movember - a misstache can be created by using a lock of hair (no hands) and shared - to raise awareness for the men’s health charity.See the work
Our lifestyle & luxury specialists, Atelier won the global ghd business this summer. Here is their first campaign - and it's a corker and it's global. If you don't ask for what you want this Christmas, you risk being disappointed and the spirited ghd woman certainly isn't afraid to ask. #getthehintdarlingWatch
For the first time ever five crowd-sourced burgers are now available in all McDonald's UK restaurants. From 98,000 entries, five made it through to be included on the menu. Of course many got close - but not quite close enough to being a 'My Burger' winner. Take a look at some of those who lost out...Watch Week 3 losers
Sergio, the Shoe Hunter, was the star of the Catwalk (correction Dogwalk)during London Fashion Week. Created by our fashion specialists, Atelier, our mini furry fashion dog hijacked Twitter @THEOUTNET, sharing photos and videos with celebrities and tweeting his invaluable style tips and latest 'shoe spots', providing a personal, dog's eye-level style commentary from London Fashion Week. #SergioShoeHunter. New York Magazine even voted Sergio as their No2 most ridiculous LFW picks - in between Rick Owens and Cara Delevigne. He's now world famous!Watch Sergio ...
Congratulations to McDonald's. A brand new campaign reminds us of those timeless moments where McDonald's has been there for us ever since opening their first restaurant in the UK (Woolwich, South London) back in 1974.
"A campaign of well-observed ads celebrating Maccy D UK's 40th anniversary with contemporary scenarios backed by 40 year old tracks - a nice way to successfully encompass all the age groups." DavidReviews
And here you can watch all six ads in the campaign...More Info
"The first delightful ad in a campaign based on the imaginative way children explain the world to themselves...This is inventive and visually distinctive, and we suspect it will make parents everywhere think this is an excellent food with which to nourish their offspring's brains." David ReviewsWatch
We used a phenomenon of this year’s World Cup – the referee’s white foam spray – to create a film with a different message: Don’t Cross the Line. Don’t Drink & Drive. With people heading out to the pub, we shared our film socially in the hours leading up to the Final. Working with road safety charity, Brake, we want all drivers to pledge to not drink any alcohol – not a drop – before driving.Watch