Adidas Targets Chinese Women In Fun Spot Celebrating Female Friendship

TBWA/Shanghai TV Spot Kicks Off Integrated Campaign

Published On
Mar 10, 2014

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Adidas is targeting young Chinese women in its latest work, a fun spot which depicts various groups of women looking forward to kicking off the weekend with some sports action. The fun-loving, beautiful atheletes participate in various types of workouts including anti-gravity yoga, dance and running. The commercial, by TBWA/Shanghai, is part of an integrated campaign that will include print, OOH, PR, digital, retail and activation. A previous campaign last year, which won a Gold Effie, first introduced the idea of sisterhood and how sports for young Chinese women can be fun, playful and social without having to be too competitive; this ad, directed by Radical Media's Bruce Hunt, evolves it further, carrying the tagline "All In For My Girls." With the likes of Bailey's also celebrating Chinese sisterhood in its recent campaign, female consumers look to be taking center stage in the country's advertising.


Mar 10, 2014
Agency :
Brand :
adidas China
Client :
adidas China
Group Creative Director :
Patrick Tom
Creative Director :
Kate McMullen
Associate Creative Director :
Jordan Dong
Senior Art Director :
Kenny Huang
Art Director :
Idium Duan
Copywriter :
Sam San
Copywriter :
Patrick Tom
Copywriter :
Shuang Zeng
Agency Producer :
Krystie Koh
Agency Producer :
Pearl Tan
Director :
Bruce Hunt
Production Company :
Radical Media
Director, Photography :
Sebastian Wintero
Production Designer :
Colin Taplin
Executive Producer :
Chris Tsao
Producer Assistant :
Jia Shijun
Producer Assistant :
Yiwei Yang
Offline Editor :
Martin Leroy
Post Production :
Volt FX Shanghai
Telecine :
Zuzu Shanghai
Telecine :
Nick Barton
Music :
The Battles

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