Campaign India Team
Apr 03, 2018

When it 'all' adds up

Watch the film conceptualised by Marching Ants here

Plus-size brand, aLL has launched its first ever TVC.
 
Conceptualised by Marching Ants, the TVC draws from the insight of the various ‘plus points’ of being a plus size person and aims to shed the negativity associated with being plus-size.
 
In the ad, various plus-sized people come forward to confidently celebrate the ‘plus-points’ of their lives. It gives an insight into the minds of such extremely positive people who are proud of their appearance, confident of their abilities and revel in the benefits that come with being plus sized. 
 
Hetal Kotak, CEO, aLL, said, “Despite huge demand, the plus-size category has never created real and relevant conversations with and about the consumers. We decided to celebrate our consumer’s confidence and style. Merely getting our audience to notice us wasn’t enough. Our challenge was to first change people’s perception and attitude towards plus size and then partner our consumer’s need to look stylish and fashionable.”
 
Joy Ghoshal, director and chief creative strategist, Marching Ants, said, “Our idea was to devise a head-on approach that showcased the plus points of being plus-sized; which aren’t just physical, but also a confident state-of-mind. The idea was to depict our audiences with a positive and confident persona that reflects in their life choices because we see them as our ambassadors.
 
The TVC will be played across genres like GEC, news, english entertainment and movies along with a few regional channels. It will also be played during the upcoming IPL match telecasts.
Source:
Campaign India

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