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With Burns Night fast approaching many minds will be reciting and revisiting the most classic of all odes to a foodstuff – our very own Bard’s ‘Ode to a Haggis’.

Second to that, over at Cole AD, we’re all thinking about honouring our heritage with our choice of tartan. Whether you have a family one or not, it’s part of the excitement around Burns Night! A kilt, trews or simply a tartan pocket square, a quality tartan outfit or accessory is almost as important as the haggis itself!

Our creative team thoroughly enjoyed themselves getting knee deep (or should we say, knees out) when working with our client MacGregor and MacDuff, an award-winning kilt maker who have been perfecting their trade for over 40 years.

Tasked with bringing the experience and luxury of crafting highland wear for special occasions to life, the team set to work on whetting MacGregor and MacDuff’s customers appetites before they even stepped foot inside one of their many shops.

Knowing that most customers tend to do their research around special purchases online, the team shaped the concept of an online brochure. The aim being to showcase the skill, sophistication and craftsperson ship that makes MacGregor and MacDuff award-winning. Not only that, but equally important, was creating a visual feast where customers could feel the pride and emotion that wearing a MacGregor and MacDuff outfit to their important event would evoke.

Featuring strong photography, stunning page spreads and weaving a story throughout the brochure, the team have achieved the client’s ambition with this digital tartan extravaganza!

“Cole AD designed a brochure for me and I couldn’t be happier with the result, their eye to detail and ability to create something truly unique was great. Special thanks to the Design Team, Emma, Simon and Garry!”

Monique McPhie, Head of Marketing 

If you’re looking to get kilted out for Burns Night, or an important life event, then peruse the brochure. You can also find out more about MacGregor and MacDuff on their website. And, if your ‘Ode to a Haggis’ is slightly frayed around the edges, then you can immerse yourself here.