Advertising collided with fashion and beauty at the second annual Clio Image Awards, a star-studded event honoring exceptional creative work Tuesday night.
Clio—in partnership with WWD—named 10 Grand Clio Image winners across nine categories, including out-of-home, digital/social and video/film advertising. DDB Stockholm, Mother New York and TBWA\Santiago Mangada Puno all scored top honors this year.
DDB Stockholm received two nods—one in the design category and another in public relations—for its work on "The Rag Bag." The agency worked with Swedish company Uniforms for the Dedicated, transforming standard shopping bags into pre-paid, used-clothing donation bags. Additionally, Mother New York won recognition in the design category for its "Together Sweater" campaign for Target and TOMS.
The event, hosted by Bravo's Andy Cohen, was held at the Plaza Hotel in New York City. There, Project Runway mentor Tim Gunn dedicated a heartwarming speech to colleague and supermodel-turned-businesswoman Heidi Klum, who received the Honorary Clio Image Award.
"It's amazing to be in this industry for 20 years. You never really think you have that long of a lifespan, so I feel very blessed," Klum said of the honor. "I consider myself very, very lucky."
Additionally, Pret-a-Reporter presented the Excellence in Commercial Styling Award to W magazine's fashion and style director Edward Enninful. And fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier accepted the honor for the first-ever Clio Image Lifetime Achievement Award. Demarchelier's iconic work includes portraits of Princess Diana of Wales, Vogue and Vanity Fair covers, and iconic fashion campaigns for Dior and Chanel.
Take a look at all of the Clio Image Awards winners and their work here. (Clio and Adweek are owned by MediaBistro Holdings.)