Ad Nut
Aug 21, 2015

Levi's man loves and then leaves, but why?

From the US: 'Beautiful morning', for Levi's by FCB West

Levi's man loves and then leaves, but why?

As reported by Campaign US:

Levi's has long posited the men of its ads as independent and confident. Witness this spot from 20 years ago.

The jeans company's latest line of denim is a twist on a classic, with tapered legs for a modern look. As such, FCB West crafted a spot showing a modern side to masculinity. A model-handsome man awakes in a woman's bedroom and leaves in the early morning.

What he ends up doing defies expectations—at least as they are established by the narrative—and shows a sensitive side.

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Source:
Campaign Asia

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