The Omnicom shop has 21 entries, including four in the Fashion Clothing, Footwear & Accessories category for "bad fit", its summer sale work for Harvey Nichols.
The press and outdoor campaign featured models wearing ill-fitting clothes
Grey London received 18 entries on the shortlists, with five for "life paint", its work for Volvo which won two Grand Prix at Cannes this year. The "life paint" executions were shortlisted in the Automotive category.
Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO received 11 entries, including three for "keep control", its TV ad for Tena Men, the male incontinence brand, for the Health & Beauty category.
Bartle Bogle Hegarty was also shortlisted 11 times: including one for "what a weekend", its TV and cinema ad for The Guardian and The Observer newspaper. It features on the Media & Entertainment shortlist.
Mother has ten entries, including seven for Ikea: three for the Retail category, three for Consumer Durable and Furniture, and one for Household Goods. MoneySupermarket’s "epic strut", also created by Mother, was shortlisted in the Financial & Legal category.
Judging for the Campaign Big Awards took place in London in August by a selection of judges from advertising agencies for each category.
The winners will be announced at a ceremony next week, on 21 October, in London.