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Sep 17, 2018
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River Island embraces individuality in new SS18 campaign

Published
Sep 17, 2018

This season, River Island continues its exploration of individuality and self-expression with the launch of a new campaign starring a diverse cast of international and mixed-ability figures.


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Building on the brand’s SS18 Labels Are For Clothes message, the new campaign is also developed in collaboration with Ditch The Label, an anti-bullying charity.

The images and video are shot by renowned photographer Liz Collins, and styled by Patrick Mackie, and show a cast that includes a wheelchair basketball player and a model with Down syndrome, wearing River Island’s new collection whilst having fun.

The campaign is called Spreading The Joy of Fashion, and gives each campaign star a personalised strapline, such as ‘100% Style Queen’, ‘Smooth Moves Only’, ‘Do Expect Greatness’ and ‘Do Show Off’.


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For the first time, childrenswear is featured alongside womenswear and menswear. Whilst the category has existed in the River Island universe since 2010, it is in for a strong push this year with the company opening its first dedicated childrenswear store.

The new collection launches in selected stores and online on Monday, as well as a selection of slogan t-shirts and sweatshirts featuring the ‘Labels Are For Clothes’ message.

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