CAMPAIGN DIARY: Vanessa embodies, in black leather, the true concept of Girl Power
campaignlive.co.uk, Friday, 05 December 1997 12:00AM
Advertising people are such a vain lot. If it’s not Marcus Fernandez at OgilvyOne using his dog, Myrtle, to score a date, it’s those biker chicks over at Brave Films jumping on their motorbikes to secure space in Harpers & Queen.
Advertising people are such a vain lot. If it’s not Marcus
Fernandez at OgilvyOne using his dog, Myrtle, to score a date, it’s
those biker chicks over at Brave Films jumping on their motorbikes to
secure space in Harpers & Queen.
Vanessa Hetherington, Michelle Stapleton and Lucy Blakstad all feature
in the glossy this month.
We’re particularly impressed with Hetherington, who lists her hobbies as
sky-diving and parachuting. And that’s just for getting back to the
office after a late lunch.
Another media luvvie is Graham Mills at OgilvyOne who’s in December’s
Classic Cars. Sadly, the subject matter is not as sexy as bikes, but
concerns a 1966 Volvo Amazon. Mills, until recently, used the car for
getting to work. No reason is given as to why he now travels by tube
but, bearing in mind he lives in West London and works in EC1, it could
have something to do with high running costs.
This article was first published on campaignlive.co.uk
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