The latest Cropp campaign is a strong stylistic statement bound to shake everyone out of their winter sleep. The new commercial makes online and offline worlds merge, giving centre stage to strong characters and their passions. #WeAreCropp is targeted at all those who wish to keep pace with the dynamic world without losing their unique individuality.
The campaign draws on various sources of inspiration: from streetwear and minimalism to futurism and industrial fashion. #WeAreCropp does not simply seek to introduce the new collection; more than anything else, it is an excuse to present the gradual changes that the brand has been introducing to its image.
The collection is targeted at young people who, despite their constant online presence, want more from life than celebrity status on social media. Cropp refuses to pigeonhole its target group as smartphone-obsessed Millenials. The brand has designed a collection for engaged people who want to create their own style rather than blindly follow the trends and fashions of the modern world.
The campaign rests on a premise that today, in the new era of remixing, when cultural meanings and contexts are continually redefined, everyone can be at once the creator and the audience. The trend is particularly evident in the world of fashion where the past continues to inspire the present in new ways. The classic combines with the modern and everyone is free to interpret current trends. The Cropp collection reflects this trend: the outfits do not dominate, but rather serve to bring out the strong personalities of the characters of the campaign. It’s not the style that defines the people, it’s the people that define the style.
Even though the characters in the campaign are all different, they all share a similar energy, power, and passion. Their stylizations are modern, if not futuristic. An austere design emphasizes the functional nature of the collection: the clothes do not cramp their style. In this way, Cropp responds to the modern need to lead a lifestyle that is as authentic and active as possible. Everyone has their passion and their own unique style.
The video bubbles over with energy, with a fast plot set on the borderline between the virtual and the real. Characters have an online presence but also continue to be defined by the “here and now”. The brand wanted to create an interesting collection in response to these current trends.
The characters of the campaign are also distinguished by their sceptical approach to aesthetic norms, the dictates of fashion, and their own appearance. They want to be themselves and couldn’t care less about what others think. It’s not online likes that determine their worth but the passion and the freedom that drive them every day.
See video on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKkD8UPqGyw
Director: Florian Malak
Camera: Kamil Płocki
Photos: Marcin Hryniewicz /LPP
Art Director: Sławomir Marynkowski, Bartłomiej Stefanowicz / CROPP TEAM
Stylizations: Ewelina Gralak
Camera Assistant: Michał Cholewiński
Production: AF Photo, Arkadiusz Dudkowski /CROPP TEAM
Post-production: MIŁO Postproduction
Marketing Manager: Rafał Dąbrowski
LPP SA is one of the fastest growing clothing companies in the region of Central and Eastern Europe. For over 25 years, the company has been continually operating in Poland and abroad, achieving successes in the demanding clothing market. LPP SA manages 5 fashion brands: Reserved, Cropp, House, Mohito and Sinsay. The company has a network of more than 1700 sales salons and on-line shops of their brands in 11 European countries. LPP creates jobs for about 25 thousand people in offices and sales structures in Poland, Europe, Asia and Africa. The company LPP SA is listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange as part of the WIG20 index and belongs to the prestigious MSCI Poland Index.
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