CAMPAIGN US - Jan 29 - "DTF is a derogatory label that, historically, men used to talk to other men about women," said Melissa Hobley, OkCupid's CMO. "Women weren't part of the label and we wanted to flip that." The DTF campaign launched 12 months ago. It was an instant hit. With a simple-yet-punchy play on words, the brand took control of the phrase and gave it countless new meanings. The 2018 campaign boosted social mentions of OkCupid by 50% and resonated with young women and members of the LGBTQ community. A new installment, developed by Wieden+Kennedy as well as artist and author duo Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari, has been rolling out across Washington D.C. and San Francisco this month with geo-targeted phrases like "DTFree Speech", "DTFinish a Mission Burrito" and "DTFisherman's Wharf." In February, the campaign will return to New York City.