Christmas 2015

‘Blasphemous’ Mulberry Christmas ad escapes ban

Sarah Vizard

More than 40 people complained that Mulberry’s Christmas ad, which replaced the baby Jesus in the traditional Christian Nativity scene with a handbag, was “blasphemous” but the ASA ruled the ad was poking fun at consumerism not religion and decided not to ban it.

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