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Topic: Kenneth Cole

Sonic's 3-D Slushes Named the Year's Best Billboard Campaign at 2015 Obies

Kenneth Cole, Seattle Aquarium work also honored

Adams Outdoor Advertising took home the Best Billboard Campaign award for its "Big Slushes" ads for Sonic Drive-In at the Outdoor Advertising Association of America's Obie Awards on Tuesday night.…

Who’s That Normal Guy on the Cover of Men’s Health?

Contest winner is the healthiest and fittest the mag could find

For the first time in its 25-year history, Men’s Health is putting a regular guy on its cover. November’s cover boy won’t be an actor, athlete or model, but he…

5 Epic Branded Twitter #Fails of 2013

Commemorating the terrible tweets

While the potential benefits of real-time marketing have been documented, the tactic's perils helped keep the ad industry entertained during 2013. Well, the brands that got caught in Twitter's crosshairs…

Kenneth Cole Clarifies: Being a Jerk on Twitter Is Just Good Business

'On what criteria is this a gaffe?'

Whatever he was wearing yesterday—boots, loafers, sandals, pumps—Kenneth Cole appeared to really step in it when he tweeted out an awkward reference to the Syrian crisis as a way of…

Kenneth Cole Makes a Syria Joke, Because the Egypt One Went Over So Well

Is he for real?

"Boots on the ground" or not, let's not forget about sandals, pumps and loafers. #Footwear — Kenneth Cole (@KennethCole) September 5, 2013 Kenneth Cole's February 2011 tweet about Egypt—"Millions are in uproar…

Kenneth Cole Pulls NYC Billboard Critical of Teachers

King of puns makes more enemies

Some say Kenneth Cole will never learn. I'm more of the opinion that he has absorbed some lessons—like how to court controversy and coverage while (mostly) avoiding real carnage—all too…

Yes, this is Kenneth Cole's day in a nutshell

Ken definitely needs a stiff drink and a long soak in the tub. You would not want to be walking in his shoes today. UPDATE Brian Morrissey adds: Cole is…

Egyptians actually want Kenneth Cole shoes

Finally. The philosopher/shoe salesman Kenneth Cole has weighed in on the Egypt uprising. The Great Man finds an angle nobody else thought of when he cheekily interprets the Cairo "uproar"…

Kenneth Cole board salutes flight 1549 crew

Kenneth Cole, aka the Worst Copywriter in the History of Advertising, just put up this billboard on the West Side Highway in New York, lauding the pilots and crew…

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