Lil-Lets 'body fact' by Leagas Delaney
Campaign Work, Monday, 10 September 2012 04:10PM
As part of a relaunch, the hygiene and sanitary company Lil-Lets has created a print and digital campaign by Leagas Delaney that encourages women to embrace their femininity.
Using striking headlines including "horny", the campaign aims to attract a younger generation to the brand.
The work was written by Adam Arber and art directed by Chris Felstead. The photographer was Jo Metson Scott.
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