The Legendary Colombe d'Or Lunch - the heavy advertising hitters hit the rose in St Paul de Vence

LEG-LUN-29.jpgLEG-LUN-22.jpgLEG-LUN-30.jpgThe highlight of Cannes Week for around 60 Aussies and Kiwis is the annual Campaign Brief/FBI Legendary Lunch at La Colombe d'Or in St Paul de Vence, undoubtedly the world's most beautiful garden restaurant. The lunch has been an annual event in Cannes for the past 17 years.

Special international guests included Jeremy Craigen, worldwide CD on VW, DDB London, Eric Quennoy, ECD of Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam, Toby Talbot, ECD of Y&R London, David Alberts, CCO of Mofilm UK, Matt Eastwood, ECD of DDB New York, Malcolm Poynton, ECD, SapientNitro London, Alex Romans, CD at Johannes Leonardo, New York, Tom Eslinger, worldwide digital CD, Saatchi & Saatchi, Brent Smart from Saatchi New York, Sean Boyle, recently departed planning director at BBDO New York, Corey Esse, head of content at Fallon USA, John Zeigler, CEO of DDB Asia Pacific, James Hurman, planning director at Ogilvy Shanghai, Barbara Levy, head of London International Awards and former Saatchi regional CEO Jim O'Mahony, now based in LA.

Top Kiwi guests included Colenso BBDO's Nick Worthington and Nick Garrett, DDB's Andy Fackrell and Y&R's Josh Moore.

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