Advertising for Pacific Brands Limited: 'Slum'

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Industry of the client: Clothing & Accessories
Service provided: Advertising
Tags: Print, Commercials Archive, Lingerie, Underwear, Pajamas, Tights, Stockings, Bonds Adverts
The campaign Slum is a BondsProduct: Bonds Underwear advert, born from the union between The Campaign Palace (based at City of Port Phillip, Australia) and Pacific Brands Limited in 2010. This campaign is known in the marketing & communication market for Print, Commercials Archive, Lingerie, Underwear, Pajamas, Tights, Stockings, Bonds Adverts.

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