Diet Coke Releases New Fashion Cans In Collaboration With Cosmetics Brand

Diet Coke Releases New Fashion Cans In Collaboration With Cosmetics Brand

A partnership with Benefit Cosmetics leads to more stylish packaging as well as a campaign that includes a Facebook app, promotion and make-up videos.

Emma Hutchings
  • 17 january 2012


Diet Coke is rolling out a marketing campaign in the UK and across Europe that includes new can designs, a Facebook app and make-up videos, as the brand partners with American company Benefit Cosmetics. This collaboration offers a new way to target their female audience, through fashion and beauty.

Diet Coke is releasing three different cans featuring floral, zebra and houndstooth prints on female face profiles. On each of the new packs there is a £5 off voucher for shoppers to use when they spend £20 or more online at Benefit Cosmetics.

Diet Coke Collaboration Targets Fashionable Females

A “Get Glam” Facebook app includes fashion and beauty tips, and a video chat tool, and make-up videos featuring three women with different styles have also been released. The videos show the rock chick, fashionista and romantic enjoying a Diet Coke while they are shown how to achieve their desired look using products from Benefit Cosmetics. Take a look at the rock chick video below:

Get Glam


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