|Title||Eau de Lacoste L.12.12 (French)|
|Title (original language)||Eau de Lacoste L.12.12|
|Campaign||Polo in a Bottle|
|Advertiser||Procter & Gamble|
|Date of First Broadcast/Publication|
|Product||Eau de Lacoste L.12.12|
|Tagline (original language)||L'esprit du polo Lacoste dans une collection de parfums|
Faced with declining sales and a blurred image, especially with the young, Lacoste realized that, while all their products had something to do with Lacoste, none of them was ‘Lacoste’, in the way CK One is Calvin Klein’s main ambassador. What was missing was a signature fragrance.
Creating one would provide a strategic platform for the total brand and a stronger foundation for continued future growth and image.
But Proctor & Gamble wanted not only to successfully launch a signature male fragrance that would revitalise the Lacoste brand, but also to grow the total value of sales by 10% and grow the business during the busy holiday period while becoming the key brand ambassador.
The Lacoste Polo Shirt created in the 1930’s embodies Lacoste values: simple, easy chic, freedom of movement, light-hearted unconventionality. It has always been, and still is, a best seller. Why not create a fragrance that would simply be communicated as the Lacoste Polo, in a bottle?
The Polo in a Bottle campaign was a huge success as it pulled the company out of a 3 year decline to a total brand growth of 20%, twice as much as the projected 10%. In the busy holiday period, Lacoste fragrance grew 119% from the previous year to a 1.19% of market share during the holidays. Proctor and Gamble was also able to create a cohesive image for the Lacoste brand, as L.12.12 became the leading line of the Lacoste portfolio in every market.
|Story (original language)||Le film met en scène le pliage d'un polo par un artiste origamiste. Lorsque l'emblématique polo blanc Lacoste est parfaitement plié, il se transforme en flacon de parfum.|
|Philosophy (original language)|| La campagne mise sur une idée forte et simple: toute l'essence de Lacoste dans un parfum.|
Le concept créatif développe ainsi la transformation physique du polo en Eau de Lacoste
|Media Type||Television & Cinema|
|Account Manager||Nathalie Bailleul|
|Account Manager||Fiona Ferrier-Weil|
|Agency Producer||Agathe Michaux-Terrier|
|Art Director||Martina Langer|
|Art Director||Patrice Jean-Baptiste|
|Director||Fleur & Manu|
|Music Composer||Melvin Glover|
|Music Composer||Sylvia Robinson|
|Performer||Grandmaster Melle Mel & Scorpio|
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