Thursday, April 30, 2020

Exclusive in Starbucks Asia only: Starbucks® X Herschel Supply Designer Collection

Lockdown may be restoring the world to its natural order but we, its inhabitants have a role to play too in protecting our planet. In conjunction with Earth Day, Starbucks has partnered up with Herschel Supply Co to launch a new limited-edition designer merchandise collection, available exclusively at Starbucks® stores in Asia. And made 100% of plastic bottles (PET). 
Combining timeless fashion and premium quality, the Starbucks® X Herschel Supply designer collection proves quality and self-expression does not need to come at the cost of a sustainable lifestyle. The collection’s unique designs gives recycled materials a second life while embodying style and authenticity. 

Erin Silvoy, vice president, Category and Marketing, Starbucks Asia Pacific shared, “As part of these efforts, this exclusive collection is thoughtfully crafted for the eco-conscious customer on-the-go. Made from 100% recycled plastic bottles (PET), this collection diverts plastic from landfills and oceans, effectively giving these materials a second life as a stylish and convenient accessory for a sustainable lifestyle.”

"With sustainability becoming a global focus, our latest collaboration with Starbucks presents our trendy customers with a collection that not only satisfies their need but also enables them to do their part for the environment, effortlessly.” says Mikey Scott, Global Marketing Director of Herschel Supply.

Starting 27 April 2020 onwards, this exciting collaboration will be available at selected Starbucks® designer series stores in Malaysia from RM148 onwards, while stocks last. The Starbucks® X Herschel Supply collection will also be available at selected Starbucks® stores in Asia Pacific, including Australia, Brunei, Cambodia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam, while supplies last.

For more details, visit www.starbucks.com.my.

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