Fashion brand FatFace has seen many successes since it’s conception in 1988, when two ski enthusiasts started selling t-shirts to fund their hobby. Thirty years on, we developed a new identity to help bring renewed life to the brand.
In close partnership with FatFace’s in-house studio, our team has worked across discipline; from graphics, photography, film and advertising to digital and social media. We continue to work closely with the brand to conceptualise and deliver seasonal campaigns from start to finish.
Focussing on the ethical and environmental beliefs that are at the heart of the FatFace brand, we’ve helped drive the strategy and brand voice forward to attract a new and more varied customer base, whilst driving their style credentials.
Working through the seasons
We were commissioned to elevate the FatFace brand to have a more confident fashion presence, communicating a clear balance of life and style. We re-designed their identity into a confident, bold and fashion first identity that uses three distinctive facets cutting through three of the characters.
These facets reference and celebrate the original heritage of the black runs of Val d’Isère in their very first logo, whilst creating a dynamic graphic style.
Time well spent
We began collaborations with the FatFace campaign team mid-way through their preparations for Winter 2018. In line with the new brand identity, which was due to launch at the same time, we developed the ‘Time Well Spent’ campaign to introduce customers to the new brand proposition.
Working with existing assets, as well as planning and managing a number of photoshoots to capture new content, this campaign was delivered to a tight schedule, across disciplines such as direct mail, motion, photography and digital.
Communicating across channels
Digital strategy & user experience
As part of the ongoing work in rebranding FatFace, we worked closely with the internal web team. Alongside a large research project, we delivered strategic and creative direction focussed on fatface.com and their social media channels, as well as concept visuals for seasonal campaigns.