Valentine's Day

9 February 2016

From a bouquet made from roses to Dave from the Bachelor, check out what brands jumped on board for Valentine's Day.

1. Pandora's ad speaks to stereotypes on Valentine's Day

Pandora has released a clip on YouTube for Valentine’s Day, promoting a new feature on the Pandora website, a new functionality that will let you get a second opinion from her best friends. The clip pokes fun of the stereotype of women on Valentine’s Day – from the sexy lingerie, to her decking out her apartment in rose petals and candles. Don’t think we...

2. Doritos celebrates Valentine’s Day with Ketchup Roses

Forget flowers– Doritos Canada has another option to gift your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day… Ketchup Roses. Doritos Ketchup Roses are an elegant bouquet of 12 long-stem roses made from tangy Doritos Ketchup tortilla chips. Each rose is hand-crafted with delicate petals that are hand-selected from the finest Doritos Ketchup tortilla chips… apparently. The...

3. RedBalloon gives The Bachelor's Dave help for Valentine's Day

The Bachelor star Dave Billsborrow is out to prove he's the perfect Valentine's Day date in a new series of videos for retailer, RedBalloon. The socially-led campaign follows Billsborrow and Channel Seven’s Sam Mac, as he embarks on a number of RedBalloon experiences. A new 30-second video clip is being pushed across RedBalloon’s social channels each day in...

4. Target Australia sends body love to women for Valentine’s Day

Target Australia has kicked off a body positive campaign for Valentine’s Day proving lingerie fits all shapes and sizes. The retail giant posted an Instagram picture featuring model Margaret Macpherson alongside other curvy women who defy stereotypical fashion-industry standards on size and age, with the caption: “Yay for looking good and feeling great with...
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