One measure of an ad campaign’s success is how much people talk about it — and Laspata DeCaro has generated plenty of chatter about a number of its campaigns.
One of the agency’s more controversial efforts was a 1992 campaign for Kenar Enterprises. It featured Linda Evangelista seated with a group of seven Sicilian ladies and one empty chair, representing a family in mourning, having lost a member to AIDS.
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