November 18, 2015 Last Updated 10:32 am

Time Inc. UK’s Look magazine publishes first native cover in partnership with VO5

The publisher also announced that its specialist portfolio will relocate in February to new offices in Farnborough Business Park, Hampshire

London, England – November 18, 2015 — Fashion weekly Look has published its first native cover this week as part of its Be Beautiful Month in partnership with VO5. The cover, which fronts the Be Beautiful Hair Issue, in association with VO5, features VO5’s new Creation Hairsprays.

Look-UK-360The new VO5 Creation Hairsprays are a range of lightweight brushable hairsprays designed to create a look rather than just finishing it. The range includes three variants – Dramatic Volume, Voluptuous Waves and Sublime Sleek – which are now available in Superdrug.

The Hair Issue’s native cover trails the VO5-sponsored hair feature with its shoot images and a coverline promising readers ‘their best party hair ever’. In the sponsored hair shoot, Look’s beauty editor, Sam Freedman, puts the VO5 Creation Hairsprays to the test with styles including ‘chic updo’ and ‘party pony’.

Paul Cheal, managing director, Innovation Group, Time Inc. UK, says: “Look’s Be Beautiful Month with VO5 is perfectly timed for party season. We’re providing quality content for Look’s millennial audience and providing an excellent platform for VO5’s new launch. The native cover is executed seamlessly, ensuring it delivers both for VO5 and for Look readers at the newsstand.”
Other print activity in the month-long campaign for VO5 includes a sponsored hair trends feature and photoshoot in the Party Beauty Issue. Sam Freedman will also front a sponsored how-to video.

The Look Be Beautiful Month in association with VO5 runs until the end of November.

Source: Time Inc. UK

Time Inc. UK also announced today that its specialist portfolio will relocate in February of next year to new offices in Farnborough Business Park, Hampshire. The move will effect about 300 employees, the publisher said.

The business, which comprises 30 print and digital brands ranging from Country Life and Golf Monthly to Cycling Weekly and Yachting World, is currently split between the Blue Fin Building, Time Inc. UK’s headquarters in Southwark, and Leon House in Croydon. Its two titles based in Poole, Dorset – Amateur Gardening and Practical Boat Owner – will not be part of the relocation while UK Cycling Events, the leading provider of premium cycling events acquired by Time Inc. UK earlier this year, will remain at Fordingbridge, Hampshire.

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