Clio, the parent company of Muse, on Wednesday unveiled its gold, silver, bronze and shortlist winners for the 2019 Clio Awards and Clio Music Awards. The winners of the coveted Grand Clios will be kept under wraps until the 60th annual Clio Awards ceremony on Sept. 25 in New York.
This year, 14 juries reviewed thousands of submissions and ultimately awarded just over 500 trophies, Clio said.
Among the big winners, hauling in numerous trophies, were:
John Lewis' 'The Boy and the Piano'
• AMV BBDO
Essity Libresse/Bodyform's 'Viva La Vulva'
• DDB Chicago
Skittles' 'Broadway the Rainbow'
• FCB New York
Burger King's 'Whopper Detour'
• Leo Burnett Madrid
Ruavieja's 'The Time We Have Left'
• McCann New York
March for Our Lives' 'Generation Lockdown,' 'The Most Vicious Cycle'
Microsoft's 'Changing the Game'
• Mother New York
The New York Public Library's 'Insta Novels'
• Ogilvy Mexico
Aeromexico's 'A World Without Borders'
• Scholz & Friends Berlin GmbH
The Female Company's 'The Tampon Book'
• TBWA\Chiat\Day New York
Adidas "Billie Jean King Your Shoes"
• TBWA\Media Arts Lab
Apple's "Share Your Gifts"
"This year, being our sixtieth, we heard the jury's reflections on the history of our industry, what enduring themes have stood the test of time and how to best pave the path forward so that we can all be proud when we look back at this work 60 years from now," Clio president Nicole Purcell said in a statement. "With all of that in mind, they determined the best-in-class submissions that earned this year's trophies and will build upon our competition's elite history."
The 2019 Grand Clio award winners will be revealed at the 60th annual Clio Awards ceremony on Sept. 25, hosted by Andy Cohen. At the show, Clio will also honor David Droga with a Lifetime Achievement Award and Barbie with the Brand Icon Award.