Skinnygirl Cocktails: How To aDrink Like A Ladya

Skinnygirl Cocktails, one of the largest ready to serve cocktail brand, is introducing a whole new way to cocktail with its all-new advertising campaign, “Drink Like A Lady,”.  The campaign along with its first-ever national television commercial at the same time that the brand’s new and expanded product offerings hit retail locations nationwide. The new products are to include Skinnygirl Vodka with Natural Flavors, Skinnygirl The Wine Collection, Skinnygirl Piña Colada and new ready-to-serve cocktails.

“The Skinnygirl Cocktails' new ‘Drink Like A Lady’ campaign is about understanding women. They know what they want, how they like it, and the art of socializing should be on their own terms. They've earned it!" says Bethenny Frankel, Skinnygirl Cocktails founder, entrepreneur and creative driver of the campaign.

The multi-million dollar 360-degree advertising campaign for “Drink Like A Lady” spans broadcast, print and digital mediums and reflects triple the brand investment from the previous year. The broadcast commercials for Skinnygirl Cocktails are running in primetime on cable channels such as Bravo, HGTV, FOOD Network and E! through this summer.

“The Skinnygirl ‘Drink Like A Lady’ campaign is all about changing the way women think about socializing by rewriting the rules of cocktailing,” says Beam General Manager, Deb Boyda, who oversees the company’s growth in vodkas, cognac and the Skinnygirl Cocktails line. “Skinnygirl consumers are smart, savvy and successful ladies who are leaders – not followers – and they connect with Skinnygirl because it’s a brand that continues to blaze new trails and is solutions-driven. This campaign has been created exclusively with these women and their social circles in mind.”

Walton Isaacson, the lead creative agency for Skinnygirl Cocktails, created the “Drink Like a Lady” campaign which incorporates a tongue-in-cheek attitude and offers a “no-rules” take on modern social etiquette.  “Wearing sensible shoes” can now mean sporting pedicure flip-flops and “remaining poised” an impromptu dance party. The campaign celebrates women making their own rules, as they enjoy each other's company and “Drink Like a Lady.” 

For more information and to see the “Drink Like A Lady” creative, visit

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