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One of the DTC's new Right-Hand ring magazine advertisements.


The DTC "Celebrate Her" advertisement.

 

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FOREVER DIAMONDS...

Raise your right hand...

Constantly seeking new avenues to stimulate diamond demand, the DTC, in September 2003, launched the "Women of the World Raise Your Right Hand" print campaign targeted at the evolved, affluent, fashion savvy woman who has probably been married at some point, previously received diamond jewelry, and needs no one's permission to indulge herself. The target group for this DTC campaign, women aged 35 to 64, is slightly older than in other campaigns. Each advertisement features four ring styles - modern vintage, contemporary, floral and romantic - and a photo of a stylish woman who exemplifies the target audience. The ad copy encourages women to think of rings for their right hands as expressions of personal style for the independent, worldly, assertive sides of their personalities.

Celebrate Her

The DTC's 2003 holiday campaign was themed "Celebrate Her," designed to motivate men to purchase diamond jewelry for their significant other. The campaign featured solitaire, three stone and right hand diamond rings. The DTC's research indicated that "He" was looking for a way to show his significant other how much he valued their relationship and everything she did for him. He was looking for a gift that demonstrated his love for her.

Forever De Beers

Prior to the twentieth century, the proposal ritual in western tradition consisted of only two stages: a man asked a woman (in person or in a letter) for her hand in marriage, then met with her father to ask for his consent. The present day engagement proposal involving the giving of a diamond ring has augmented the erstwhile tradition and is now firmly established as a universal custom.

The inspired and brilliant marketing initiatives of one company, De Beers, and its talented throng of publicists, marketers, and advertisers has forever changed the way we perceive and value diamonds - symbols of esteem, wealth, luxury and above all, romance.
 

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