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NIKE AIR MAX 95 & Ogilvy & Mather Hong Kong Embrace 90s Nostalgia to Mark 20th Anniversary

Ogilvy & Mather Asia Pacific, 2 years, 2 months ago

Creating exclusive NIKE trading cards and limited edition sneakers by teaming up with local artists to create a throwback range

NIKE AIR MAX 95 & Ogilvy & Mather Hong Kong Embrace 90s Nostalgia to Mark 20th Anniversary

NIKE AIR MAX 95 is one of the most iconic and sought after sneakers of all time. Twenty years on from the original launch, The Anatomy of Air campaign, marks the re-release of this all-time favourite shoe with a throwback to 1995.

Tapping into the mid-90’s craze of collecting exclusive trading cards and limited edition sneakers, Ogilvy & Mather Hong Kong, teamed up with local artists to create an exclusive series of collectable cards showcasing the AIR MAX 95 range through the years.

The collection includes a number of limited edition holographic cards, which allow holders to win a pair of limited edition AIR MAX 95s, and the exclusive shiny NIKE iD card that gives lucky winners the chance to customise their very own AIR MAX 95.

Just like in 1995, the cards are available from refurbished vending machines at KicksLounge in Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui and Nike Store, Percival Street, Causeway Bay. Running from July 25 – August 25, news of the campaign is already spreading fast on social media and sneaker blogs, and also driving traffic to the flagship stores.

Reed Collins, chief creative officer, Ogilvy & Mather Group, Hong Kong, said: “With an innovative client like Nike, we had to think of an execution that matches the brand’s personality. The Anatomy of Air campaign definitely captures this vision. It also shows how Ogilvy is continuing to branch out from traditional advertising and take an entertainment-first approach with content that can be easily shared across a multitude of channels.”


Advertiser: NIKE

Creative Agency

Account Executive: Arnold Yu

Account Manager: Ava Lee

Art Director: John Koay, Elaine Li

Chief Creative Officer: Reed Collins

Creative Agency: Ogilvy & Mather Group, Hong Kong

Creative Director: John Koay

Group Account Director: Penny Chow

Illustrator: Simon Koay, Kristopher Ho, Brainrental, John Koay & Elaine Li

Senior Account Manager: Charlie Tsang

Category: Clothing/fashion , Shoes

Genre: Creative technology , Experiential , Fashion & Beauty , Illustration