Campaign Diary: Top Totty 2000

In the spirit of the new millennium, Campaign has trawled high and low to bring you only the newest, freshest Top Totty for your Valentine’s Day delight. So our apologies go out to those old stalwarts, including Robert Campbell, Leon Jaume, Moray MacLennan and Rosie Arnold, of whom we’ve all seen enough. (Mobile phone numbers for this year’s selection are available for a small fee. Contact the Diary Editor.)

In the spirit of the new millennium, Campaign has trawled high and

low to bring you only the newest, freshest Top Totty for your

Valentine’s Day delight. So our apologies go out to those old stalwarts,

including Robert Campbell, Leon Jaume, Moray MacLennan and Rosie Arnold,

of whom we’ve all seen enough. (Mobile phone numbers for this year’s

selection are available for a small fee. Contact the Diary Editor.)





Paul Hammersley ... Buzz Lightyear to the rescue of the newly merged

Lowe Lintas: ’To oblivion and beyond!’





Sophie McLaughlin ... BBC Radio’s fresher face gives Top Totty alumnus,

Sue Farr, a run for her money





Jeremy Miles ... ’hel-lo laydeez’ says Miles Calcraft Briginshaw Duffy’s

suave founder





Helen Calcraft ... fights with Jeremy for mirror space (see left)





Dave Droga ... Saatchis’ creative director proves that small ones are

more juicy





Paul Simons ... Bags of Jags and a lovely bouffant; O&M’s boss nominated

himself





Alison Parker ... an award-winning performance from VW’s account

director





Shaun McIlrath ... joint creative director with a Fetching, Caressable

Arse!





Miles Colebrook ... JWT supremo with the bedroom eyes





Kristian Dean ... Bond can be found stirring up new business at JWT





Paul Shearer ... reputedly the best kisser at Euro RSCG





Graham Hinton ... nope, we have absolutely no idea how the hirsute one

does it either





Mark Dickens ... fresh creative talent at Partners BDDahhhhhhh.



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