Boody launches new ‘Official Underwear of the Entire Planet’ platform via Clemenger BBDO
Australian underwear brand Boody has launched its first creative work under new brand platform, ‘The Official Underwear of the Entire Planet’. This is the first work since appointing Clemenger BBDO. The campaign features world-renowned ethnologist Dr Jane Goodall as brand spokesperson.
Boody, the first Australian and New Zealand underwear brand to achieve B Corp certification, is redefining what comfort means for the category.
Using a diverse cast of real people, ‘The Official Underwear of the Entire Planet’ positions Boody as the underwear brand not just for every person on Earth but for everything on Earth too. It reminds audiences that even seemingly small decisions (like the underwear you choose) can have a big impact on our planet.
Says Nadia Lotter, head of product, marketing and digital at Boody: “Currently, comfort in the underwear category is entirely functional; but we think it should be more than that. This campaign redefines what comfortable underwear is, highlighting the emotional comfort in knowing you’re buying from a sustainable and ethical brand. That’s comfort worth switching underwear for.”
Working with Jane Goodall Institute Australia to appoint Dr Jane Goodall as the face of the campaign was a strategic choice, for the campaign, bringing sustainable credentials while highlighting that Boody is also functionally comfortable for all bodies.
Official Underwear of the Entire Planet deliberately used a diverse cast of real people to reflect the real world we live in, encouraging everyone to get involved and to make a more sustainable choice when it comes to underwear.
Clemenger BBDO Sydney was awarded the work following a competitive pitch in December last year.
Says Darren Wright, executive creative director at Clemenger BBDO Sydney: “The sustainability space is crowded, with many brands making claims about credentials and the positive impact they bring that are exaggerated to match consumer expectation. Working with Boody, a brand that truly makes undies that keep the whole planet feeling good was a privilege.
Says Brent Kerby, CEO, Clemenger BBDO Sydney: “We are proud of the work we’ve done with the Boody team. This platform not only gives Boody the high ground in the category today, but gives our team the scope to deliver standout creativity into the future.”
Says James Forbes, CEO at Jane Goodall Institute Australia (JGIA): “Small actions can make a big difference. Bamboo is an amazing fibre, organically grown and while it has many benefits, it’s not just about the material in your underwear. It’s thinking about what other small steps you as an individual can make. JGIA is driving a suite of programs that enable the next generation of environmental leaders.”
The campaign will roll out nationally via Broadcaster Video-On-Demand, OOH and content partnerships from Monday 9th May.
Managing Director: Elliot Midalia
Head Of Product, Marketing and Digital: Nadia Lotter
Content, Social and Branding: Stephanie Audino
Design Coordinator: Jade Zulian
Creative: Clemenger BBDO Sydney
Executive Creative Director: Darren Wright, Brendan Willenberg
Creative Director: Christopher Wilson, Roy Leibowitz
Senior Graphic Designer: María Fernanda Ancines Salgado
Client Services Director: Jade Clark
Senior Business Director: Gracie Smith
Business Manager: Athina Bambaliaros
Planning Director: Phil Pickering
Executive Producer: Jo Howlett
Production Company: Good Oil
Director: Tom Campbell
Executive Producer: Sam Long
Producer: Tracey-Lee Permall
Editor – Phoebe Taylor, Arc
Post production – Blockhead
Music & Sound Design: Rumble
Composer: Adam Moses
Stills production: Photoplay
Photographers: Jouk Oosterhof & Nick Bowers
Producers: Alison Lydiard & Ross Colebatch
Partner: Jane Goodall Institute Australia
CEO: James Forbes
Comms and Marketing Manager: Gemma Freeman
Super chill and weird. Not bonds.
And not just good for Clems. Brilliant platform. Hats off to one and all.
getting Jane Goodall on board
Very big thought, big coup to get Jane too. Could’ve done with some more $$ but great nonetheless
that fell horribly flat didn’t it. I’d assume at one point you’d toyed with the idea of having Goodall in her dacks. That would have been interesting. This just felt like it was lacking the creative part and then tried to make up for it with an overstatement like official underwear of the whole planet. What’s going on at Clems?
They are making good work? What’s going on at your shopper agency?
Of the entire category.
Seems real bodies is a largely female phenomena because the boys look ripped.
Great get with Jane, but hearing her deliver a tagline instead of a call to arms was a bit of a let down.
This is good, a lovely campaign strategy. A nice brand that makes an effort, a good spokesperson and a delightful execution. It’s ok to like it. Open your heart to happiness!
Where’s the footy players?
Chris & Roy at it again, love this one.
Liked the tone here. Not a bbq or Bondi vet in sight.
Nice one Tom and co.
This is the best Australian made, sustainable underwear work of the last few years.
I bring you love
It’s beautiful. Bravo.
Basically the BrewDog ‘Planet’s Favorite Beer’ idea with a more dull execution. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQkFYLy1SwY
Fresh out of award school much? They are nothing alike.
Chris and Roy. Bravo.
Why do all the print outputs look fake? Is it green screen? Weird.