By Tim Maytom
As part of promotion efforts for its Clarks Originals line, users of the messaging app will be prompted to add a new number to their contacts via teaser films on social media. Users will then receive messages, images, playlists and video content through the app from four figures from the history of the boot.
The project will be introduced by Nathan Clark, who as a British soldier in Burma, came across a simple suede and crepe boot design worn by officers who had found them in Cairo. Returning home to the tiny village of Street where his family’s shoe business was based, he convinced them to adopt the style.
The campaign then introduces three new figures, each with its own WhatsApp identity, representing the Mod subculture, the 1968 student riots in Paris and the birth of reggae in 1970s Kingston, all of which had strong ties to the Clarks Desert Boot design.
“We want to take you back in time,” wrote Clarks in a blog post on …read more
Source:: Mobile App News