Ad Nut
Oct 04, 2019

Van Heusen uses Parkour artist Chase Armitage to come out flying

Watch the film conceptualised by Famous Innovations here

A lady going to volunteer at a relief camp in Nigeria loses her passport and boarding pass after immigration. A jumping jack (who I am told is a famous Parkour artist named Chase Armitage) who can even drive squirrel's like us nuts, jumps to the rescue.

Cut to the chase. Armitage manages to soar higher than the approaching carts or leaps over luggage trolleys, all in a heavily guarded airport precinct. All because, he has to reach the lady before she reaches her airport gate. He delivers the passport right as the lady nears the departure gate and vanishes after adjusting his clothes.

The ad to promote the Airport Collection from Van Heusen could make you feel that the soul of a fighter jet entered your bare bones. Talk about fuelling one's imagination. 

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