It's a tough life for macho men out there who want to enjoy a nice fruity cocktail on a Friday night, but don't want to be seen holding said pink beverage amongst friends. Stoli's latest campaign, a movement you might say, hopes to break millennial men from these chains and let them know it's OK to drink whatever the hell they want.
If there's one age-old trick that's worked for mid-priced brands, it's poking fun at the pretentiousness of their costly competitors. Smirnoff's new campaign is no exception, though it somehow accomplishes the goal while still using some of TV's hottest talent.
Hello again! It's me, Lauren, and as part of my ongoing investigation into the secret methodology behind advertising, I've been drinking. Exploring alcohol. By which I mean vodka, silly. After a long and detailed study, I have reached the conclusion that it has something to do with a dominatrix and two snakes. Salut! @laurenreeves
It started with the Andy Warhol-designed bottle in 1986. Over the years, Absolut Vodka’s squat, glass-printed bottle has been the palette of its artistic ambitions and highbrow marketing.
Sean Combs, aka Diddy, likes to compare himself to Sinatra. He's done it in interviews for years, and in his new ad for Ciroc vodka (see below—it was filmed in Las Vegas to the tune of "Luck Be a Lady"), he uses the video form.