Luxury Lifestyle Marketing | Harvey Nichols


Food meets fashion, with a liberal sprinkling of humour as an added ingredient. Press ads, postcards, in-store merchandise, Royal Wedding Mugs, Regal Tupperware boxes – all of our work for the Harvey Nichols Foodmarket is designed to make your smile.


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Playing on Harvey Nichols reputation for celebrity clientele, mr.h created a humours ‘Food Meets Fashion’ marketing campaign, which included a range of illustrations of food-themed celebrities.

The humorous luxury lifestyle marketing campaign ‘Food Meets Fashion’ designed by mr.h for Harvey Nichols, presented on a pack of postcards and featuring a food-theme celebrity ‘Gordon Brownie’.
The humorous luxury lifestyle marketing campaign ‘Food Meets Fashion’ designed by mr.h for Harvey Nichols, featuring a food-theme celebrity ‘Fizzy Rascal’ on a pack of postcards, which were available for sale inside the Harvey Nichols Food Market.

With a liberal sprinkling of humour as an added ingredient and playing on Harvey Nichols reputation for celebrity clientele the campaign included a range of illustrations of food-themed celebrities including 'Cake Winslet and 'Pea Diddy'. 

These quirky designs were initially presented on a pack of postcards available for sale inside the Harvey Nichols Food Market but due to their huge popularity were later rolled out across press adverts, in-store merchandise, Royal wedding mugs, and Tupperware boxes.

The humorous luxury lifestyle marketing campaign ‘Food Meets Fashion’ designed by mr.h for Harvey Nichols, featuring a food-theme celebrity ‘Fizzy Rascal’ on a pack of postcards, which were available for sale inside the Harvey Nichols Food Market.

The humorous luxury lifestyle marketing campaign ‘Food Meets Fashion’ designed by mr.h for Harvey Nichols appropriated for the use on Royal wedding mugs, which were available for sale inside the famed Food Market.
The quirky designs produced by mr.h for Harvey Nichols luxury lifestyle marketing campaign, which were rolled out across press adverts, in-store merchandise, Royal wedding mugs and Tupperware boxes.
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