Refinery campaign positions Manchester Arndale as "integral to the city"
Refinery has launched the Manchester Arndale's spring/summer16 campaign.
The Manchester agency has created a short film as part of a wider campaign to position the shopping centre as a relevant fashion destination at the heart of Manchester.
The campaign, SS16 Made for me, features eight "fashion moments" - including abstract acid, orange attitude and the 90s - sourced from retailers within the shopping complex.
Shot against a backdrop of iconic Manchester street scenes, the clip looks to capture the vibe and eclectic style of the city with vibrant street art, bustling squares and personal styles.
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Aimed at 16 to 34-year-olds, Refinery created 30 different edits highlighting different SS16 trends showcased on digital screens throughout Manchester, as well as Sky Adsmart, in-centre digital Clear Channels screens and across social media.
Darren Price, senior art director, Darren Price, said: “The creative campaign, which was shot during a cold day in March in between outbursts of snow and rain, positions Arndale as integral to the city – a destination for high street fashion from contemporary chic to urban lifestyle.”
Refinery has worked with Manchester Arndale - which is home to over 200 stores including All Saints, Topshop and River Island - for six years.
Its other clients include J D Williams, The Co-operative, Homebase and Hillarys.