A deeper emotional and cultural connection with the consumer. Brand communications with greater clarity and power. For over 25 years, Lambesis has used a unique creative-driven process to create iconic brands that have garnered international recognition, consumer loyalty and, most importantly, client success. Through a proprietary process that allows diverse departments to work seamlessly together, Lambesis brand development is united by a single vision. The result is meticulously researched and inspired communication platforms that raise brand awareness and resonate with consumers on a deep emotional level. By redefining the art of communication, Lambesis has mastered true branding.
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Textbooks and Cultural References
The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference
The New Yorker magazine writer has achieved guru status among marketers through his book, The Tipping Point, which examines the epidemic spread of trends and the power of word-of-mouth influence. Gladwell dedicated an entire chapter to describing the rise of Airwalk, crediting Lambesis with creating a campaign that turned Airwalk into a successfully marketed brand worldwide.
Advertising and Promotion: An Integrated Marketing Perspective
This leading college text on advertising and promotion has featured several case studies on integrated advertising created by Lambesis, including those for Airwalk, SKYY Vodka and SKYY90. In the first chapter of the fourth edition, Lambesis’ memorable work for Airwalk is featured as a case study of how to develop and execute effective integrated marketing communications for a brand.
Communication Arts profiled Lambesis as earning a stellar international reputation for building brands for clients such as Airwalk, bebe and SKYY Vodka.
Design Impact: History of Art Center
This publication chronicles the history of the Art Center College of Design and the professional contributions of its alumni. Lambesis President and Executive Creative Director Chad Farmer was profiled for his significant contributions to the advertising profession.
Charles David images were featured in chapters describing research in advertising and retail advertising and branding.
Consumer Behavior and Marketing Strategy
In the chapter describing subculture and social ads, the authors chose a Lambesis- produced ad for Sorrel Juniors clothing. The tagline for the ad, “What to wear when you’re not meeting his parents,” demonstrates how to market products effectively to a cynical and media-savvy teen audience.
Under the general heading of Positioning Products, the Lambesis-produced Rolls- Royce ad was featured as an example of how advertising develops positioning strategies. The caption under the ad reads, “Rolls-Royce seeks a premium position in the luxury car market by telling consumers it is superior to the competition.”
China Chic: East Meets West
China Chic explored the historical significance of Chinese clothing that inspires today’s fashion. The Lambesis- produced “Chinese Acrobat” for Airwalk Footwear was featured because of the unique blend of Eastern and Western style.
The New Yorker
Malcolm Gladwell defined the marketing research practice of coolhunting, focusing on Lambesis’ breakthrough L Report and its ability to predict fashion, music and other cultural trends that evolve to be thought of as cool.
Lambesis was asked to commission one of their most popular print ads for SKYY Vodka for use in this outrageous comedy about the life of a male model. The SKYY Vodka ad was handpicked by Ben Stiller himself and was an inspiration when developing his character, Derek Zoolander.
What Women Want
In 2000, Paramount Pictures and Icon Entertainment asked Lambesis for print ads to use as produced work by Mel Gibson’s character, Nick Marshall, an advertising executive who could hear women’s thoughts. The Cutty Sark and SKYY Vodka print ads that Lambesis produced were prominently seen throughout the office scenes.
How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days
This romantic comedy by Paramount Pictures featured prominent product placement of SKYY Vodka. The signature cobalt blue bottle was in multiple scenes, where it was placed to compliment the film’s sophisticated cocktail moments.
Sex and the City: The Movie
SKYY Vodka was chosen by the producers of Sex and the City to partner with the charming quartet from New York as the official vodka of Sex and the City: The Movie and its sequel, Sex and the City 2. SKYY enjoyed prominent product placement in both films, and a limited edition SKYY bottle was created by the series’ renowned costume designer Patricia Field.