Bally and Sir join communications agency EVH’s client list

Public relations agency EVH has added two fashion brands to its roster, Bally and Sir.

Bally, a Swiss luxury brand, has hired EVH as an extension of its in-house team, supporting the brand with marketing, media and press office operations in Australia.

Bally has hired EVH

Meanwhile, Australian fashion label Sir has appointed EVH its communications agency partner. The agency will support its international and local growth aspirations, and work on media, talent relationships, activations and partnerships.

Sir was founded in 2014, with the brand name standing for Separates, Intimates and Ready-to-wear. It is stocked in luxury retailers MatchesFashion, Bergdorf Goodman, Barneys and Moda Operandi.

Founders and directors, Nikki Campbell and Sophie Coote, said: “We’re thrilled to have the EVH team on board as our leading communications agency, as Sir enters an exciting stage of evolution.”

Local brand Sir has also engaged the agency

EVH founder and managing director, Emma van Haandel, commented: “Sir has managed to capture the essence of Australian style with a dedicated and loyal fan base, which has seen the brand grow at an impressive rate in its relatively short life.

“It is a pleasure to welcome Sir to the EVH fashion division, we are very much looking forward to working with the team, to evolve the brand and business, whilst maintaining their dedication to balancing people and planet, integrity and transparency.”

EVH specialises in marketing and communications for luxury brands. Its clients include Alex Perry, Aesop, Camilla & Marc, Ferrari,  Technogym, Vida Glow and Versace.


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