The partnership, brokered by Vizeum, allows Diet Coke to showcase its light-hearted approach to fashion, bringing viewers a regular fix of style and celebrating new creative talent. 

Styled To Rock will be hosted by Girls Aloud’s Nicola Roberts, who created her own Dainty Doll make-up range, British designer Henry Holland, who runs the hugely successful House of Holland, and stylist Lysa Cooper, who has styled some of Rihanna’s most striking and most talked about outfits.

Styled To Rock will celebrate the extraordinary talent and creativity in the British fashion scene, and search for the next generation of raw, undiscovered fashion designers. Over ten weeks twelve unknown designers personally selected by Rihanna, will be challenged by the mentors to create outfits for a string of A-list music artists to wear for a variety of occasions, including stage, shoots, high-profile events and more. The show will ultimately recognise the increasing influence popstars have on mainstream fashion trends and provide an enviable springboard for the aspiring designer’s future fashion career.

Jason Hughes, Head of Branded Content, BSkyB, comments:

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Diet Coke to bring viewers our latest style show. Diet Coke and Styled to Rock represents a perfect fit between brand and programme, and we’re looking forward to working with them in this exciting new way.”

Zoe Howorth, Marketing Director for Coca-Cola Great Britain, adds:

“We’re delighted to be announcing our partnership with Sky and the new Styled To Rock show on Sky Living HD this summer.  Diet Coke is passionate about fashion and we’re thrilled to be bringing our consumers a new regular style fix, celebrating creativity and championing inspirational young designers.  The sponsorship is part of our wider ‘Love It Light’ campaign, showcasing the lighter side to fashion and life to our target audience of young women.”

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For more information:

BSKYB - Matt Beake
Corporate Communications Manager, BSkyB
0207 905 8829

020 7908 6402

020 7908 6449


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