Celebrate Diet Coke's 30th Birthday In Glasgow With Marc Jacobs

To celebrate the next phase of its 30th birthday, Diet Coke is bringing some glamour to Glasgow's Buchanan Galleries this weekend in the form of a fabulous Marc Jacobs photobooth.


Glasgow fashion fans are being asked to ‘get their pout on’ for Diet Coke and Marc Jacobs on 24 and 25 August at Buchanan Galleries. Trendsetter’s through-out the city can have their pictures taken in the stylish booths and share with friends instantly across Facebook & Twitter.

Touring shopping hotspots across the country, the stylish booth will make its Scottish debut this weekend in Glasgow’s Buchanan Galleries forming part of the Sparkling for 30 Years campaign.

International fashion sensation Marc Jacobs has a raft of celebrity super-fans including Victoria Beckham, Jennifer Lopez and Paris Hilton.

The complimentary photo experience will give budding fashionistas the chance to strike their best pose and be whisked away into the whimsical world of Marc Jacobs, surrounded by his signature designs inspired by Diet Coke’s three decades.

The backdrops will include the 80s-inspired bows, the 90s-inspired swallows and the 00s-inspired polka dots, to celebrate the past 30 years of the UK’s number 1 no calorie sparkling drink.

Everyone who visits the Diet Coke photobooths will receive a lasting memory of the day with a special print out to take away with them and the chance to share the snap through the dedicated #dietcoke30buchanangalleries hashtag.


The trendy experience doesn’t stop there, as shoppers will also have the chance to get their hands on a complimentary Limited Edition Marc Jacobs for Diet Coke bottle, whilst stocks last.

Buchanan Galleries’ marketing manager, Linda McCormick, said: “This exciting experience offers Glasgow’s fashionistas the chance to be part of the stylish Sparkling Together for 30 Years campaign. We are delighted to be working with such a famous designer and influential fashion brand and look forward to seeing the creative pictures.”

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