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Christmas party carnage

Watch the new Harvey Nics ad

A same dress disaster erupts into a sci-fi laser war in this year's Christmas ad from Harvey Nichols, with dogs, canapés and party guests all caught up in the mayhem.

Shot by directing duo Ne-o, the 90-second video for Harvey Nics womenswear shows a furious Star Wars style stand-off between two identically dressed "fashion warriors." While the dresses are nice, we particularly rate the cameo by the cute office Chihuahua...

Watch the sartorial-inspired chaos unfold, below.

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