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May 24, 2017

Sabina teases with peek-a-boo bra ad

Thai actress Chompoo Araya unveils her intimate secrets for underwear brand Sabina.

Oversized makeup cases and wardrobe racks have never found a better use than in this commercial for Thai intimate-wear brand Sabina by GREYnJ United. The clever use of props conveniently allows Thai actress Chompoo Araya to retain her modesty for TV viewers, even as the on-set audience gapes.

Sabina has previously launched campaigns that celebrates women in all sizes and shapes. Ad Nut thinks this tongue-in-cheek campaign is another commendable effort that doesn't over-sexualise or titilate when promoting underwear.

CREDITS

Chief Creative Officer: Jureeporn Thaidamrong
Creative Director: Irvine Prisilia
Art Director: Matthana Saetiaw , Nattakit Satitviboon
Copywriter:  Worrawan Chailert, Puriwat Poonyawiboonchart
Managing Director: Kanaporn Hutcheson  
Client Service Director: Kanokkorn Seehapan  
Account Director: Vorawan Kaewket 
Account Executive: Supada Asawasirisilp 
Traffic manager: Warangkana Naksakul
Agency Producer: Kanoksak Kanchanachutha 
Agency Producer: Thanyaporn Damprasert  
Strategic Planner: Jongkoch Dusittanakarin 
Digital Media Director: Pojanee Sowantip 
TVC Production House: Phenomena
TVC Director: Rong Soralamp  
TVC Producer: Sucheera Kaewngam 
The Making of” Production House: Dylan Film
The Making of” Director: Jay Nantakwang

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