As far as off-price fashion retailers go, K&G Fashion Superstore is not the first store that comes to mind for most people. Truth be told, without the Fashion Superstore part, people have no idea what a K&G is. Off-price retail is a very competitive part of the clothing retail category. All contestants promise and deliver comparable, stylish wares at comparable, discount prices. While value and style are important — especially these days — K&G and Mullen recognized that there was an opening for a campaign and a positioning that got to the root of why people bother shopping for nice clothes in the first place: to look good. To know you look good and allow that knowledge to transfer into something that’s always in style: self-confidence.
So putting logic aside for a moment, we asked ourselves, “How do you feel when you look great, and you know it?” Invincible. Yep. Invincible. In these print ads, we see a person who has dressed up, and in so doing, unlocked the power of clothes. Our protagonists feel Invincible. By styling up, they’ve given life to the part of themselves that greets every day with gusto. They’re having a ball and looking great doing it.
Print advertisment created by Mullen, United States for K&G Fashion, within the category: Retail Services.
In the right clothes, you can’t help but feel it. Invincible.
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