Tag Archives: Gillette

P&G unveils Spanish “mental overload” mystery

Have marketers taken leave of their senses? Maybe it’s all that data. Here’s the mighty Procter & Gamble and Proximity Madrid investigating women’s “mental overload,” to what end we know not. Maybe it’s something to do with International Women’s Day. ...

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Harry Kane fails to score for Harry’s and mental health

Men’s grooming has become a right old business this year with Gillette trying to redefine masculinity (to mixed effect) and now German razors-by-mail firm Harry’s is adding its two-pennorth with England football captain Harry Kane (a Harry’s user presumably) telling ...

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Uniqlo double faults with new Federer campaign

Tennis ace Roger Federer ditched Nike in favour of a $300m ten-year contract with Uniqlo despite admitting that he was at the “back end” of his career. Well Uniqlo needs some bang for its bucks so it’s produced this. Federer ...

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Saturday Night Live enters Gillette fray

Gillette’s controversial ‘toxic masculinity’ campaign is the gift that keeps on giving, as least as far as the world’s humorists and some other brands are concerned. We’ve already had Egard Watches’ spin on it and Saturday Night Live has entered ...

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Egard Watches cashes in on Gillette ad rumpus

Egard Watches is a relative newbie in the timepiece game (2012) but it’s become surprisingly famous by taking a pop at Gillette’s now-notorious “toxic masculinity” ad. This purported to present a new view of men, suitable for the #MeToo era. ...

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New Gillette UK campaign hits an identity crisis

Shaving is a tedious and, if you use Gillette products, expensive business. The P&G-owned brand is under pressure from cheaper online alternatives so it’s decided to modernise its “the best a man get get” pitch in a new campaign from ...

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