Adam & Eve/DDB wins second Grand Prix at Cannes with Harvey Nichols for Film

Adam & Eve/DDB has won a second Grand Prix at Cannes Lions this week after taking the top prize in Film for Harvey Nichols' "Shoplifters".

The fashion retailer’s film, which used real footage to show shoplifters getting their comeuppance, was created by Ben Stillitz and Colin Booth, with cartoon faces added to the footage by Layzell Bros.

Earlier this week Adam & Eve had won the top gong in Creative Effectiveness for John Lewis’s "Monty’s Christmas".

Adam & Eve also won a gold Lion for John Lewis Insurance’s "Tiny Dancer", as well as a silver Lion for "The man on the moon", the 2015 Christmas ad for John Lewis.

Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO won four Lions in Film, including a gold Lion apiece for Guiness’s "Never alone" and SCA’s "Blood".

The Omnicom shop also won two silvers for Currys PC World’s "Spare the act – laptop", which was awarded one silver Lion and one silver Lion Campaign.

Grey London won a bronze Lion for HSBC’s "Lift", while Bartle Bogle Hegarty London also took bronze for "Mentors" for Mentos.

Outsider London also won a bronze for Chemical Brothers’ music video for Wide Open.

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