Marc Jacobs Named Diet Coke Creative Director

Diet Coke and fashion have a natural bond, Diet Coke has 0 calories making it perfect for the body conscious fashion Industry. So it’s only natural that the brand would use a fashion designer as creative director, in 2011 they used Karl Lagerfeld and in 2012 it was Jean Paul Gaultier. 2013 marks an important year for Diet Coke, as it is the brands 30th anniversary in Europe. Thus announcing Marc Jacobs as their creative director for 2013 is monumental. When discussing the collaboration, Jacobs said, “I think glamour and sex sells just about everything,” thus giving us an idea of what we can expect from this year. Jacobs has designed a more whimsical and feminine packaging for the brands 30th anniversary, which will arrive next month in 11 countries across Europe including U.K, France, Benelux and Iceland. He will have a hand in the designs of 3 cans, 3 bottles and 3 ad campaigns each referencing the eighties, nineties and aughts in terms of fashion.

A glimpse of what Jacobs Reign will look like was visible in the form of a pin up style ad that is playful and fun. The ad feature Jacobs in a photobooth taking pictures with a can of diet coke.

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Stéphane Sednaoui known for his music videos for the Red Hot Chili Peppers has shot the campaigns. The ads feature Jacobs topless a lot harking back to the ‘Coke Hunk’ ads from the 90’s. Jacobs laughs off peoples obsession with his physique saying, “I still think it’s hysterical people want me to take my shirt off. You know, I’m going to be 50 in two months, so I guess I should be glad.”

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