The inspired Christmas ad campaign that has created a sensation on YouTube
As part of an inventive Christmas advertising campaign, lingerie brand La Senza has released a film that shows models singing notes that match their bra cup sizes.
With over a million hits on YouTube since launching several days ago, the video starts by introducing each of the seven girls, each with a different cup size ranging from A to G.
The Cup Size Choir are then pictured lying ion a row of mattresses and take it in turns to sing their appropriate note to the tune of Decks the Halls.
A specially created website, cupsizechoir.com, enables shoppers to make their own music by pressing different letters on their keyboard. With each note, a description of the model’s lingerie appears beneath.
The clever ad is the brainchild of Tom Woodington and Robin Temple, of creative agency Karmarama. 'We saw a correlation with musical notes and thought a Christmas musical number would be just the thing,' said Woodington. 'It has only been live for a few days, but we’ve already had over 1million hits on YouTube.'
The campaign aims to showcase La Senza's collection of beautiful bras in a variety of sizes, especially focusing on its DD-GG range, which can often be weak or non-existent from other mainstream retailers.
‘We wanted to bring some festive cheer and what better way than the 'Cup Size Choir,' said Sarah Hawkins, Marketing Director for La Senza.
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