By The Nation
Available only at its boutique at the EmQuartier, the PS1 tote is inspired by traditional school satchel, integrated with luxury and active vibes and is a favourite with such celebrities as Dakota Fanning, Jessica Alba, Gigi Hadid and Kirsten Dunst.
Clothes that roar
“Rare Stripes”, dubbed a “Collection with a Purpose”, is the latest collaborative effort in support of the global wild tiger conservation campaign led by French luxury fashion house Kenzo, Tiger Beer (Thailand) and WWF. The limited-edition campaign, which was inspired by a trip to Cambodia by Kenzo co-creative directors Humberto Leon and Carol Lim and four Asian artists, is made using Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) compliant organic cotton and comprises 16 items, which will soon be available for purchase online. In addition, each piece of clothing will have a QR Code. When scanned, the reader can access stories and learn more about wild tigers. Tiger Beer Thailand is also introducing a Scarf Collection, designed in three Thai tiger patterns by three Buppha, Khaojee, and Veeraphong available from today until August 31 for Bt300 at http://bit.ly/tigerxwwf. Additional information is available at facebook.com/TigerbeerTH. All proceeds from the sale of scarves will go to the “Home for Tigers” project in Khao Yai mountain while funds from the sale of the limited-edition collection go to WWF.
The buzz on daisies
Burt’s Bees, a leading natural skincare brand introduces its brightening collection using sustainably collected extract of wild white Daisy blossoms, a natural skin brightening agent. This Skin Perfecting Serum is clinically shown to even skin tone and diminish the appearance of dark spots and discoloration, leaving a luminous glow.