If you love Anna Sui bags and you love shopping, this post is a treat for you. Anna Sui has teamed up with Guardian and design a range of uniquely hers travel bags that Guardian shoppers can redeem while shopping. Let me tell you, the bags are not just eye candy, they are very high quality and tough as well, yes I checked out each bag myself.
If you are wondering, yes the design of the luggage really look like the Anna Sui perfume range because that is where she draws the inspiration from.
Ms Christina Low, Marketing Director of Guardian Health And Beauty Sdn Bhd, said: “We chose to work with Anna Sui as she has a strong influence in both beauty and fashion which are highly relevant to our health and beauty business. It is also to bring aspirational brands at affordable prices to the mass market.’’
According to Christina, Anna Sui said the luggage collection was inspired by perfume, butterflies and roses and colours of bright pop art, fuchsia and orange, but each design was inspired by
different events in her career.
1. The 24-inch trolley bag: “The pattern comes from a Mid-century modern tea towel, with a barber shop quartet theme. It originally appeared in my Fall 2012 collection, which was inspired by the work of Charles and Ray Eames, and their collection of Folk Art Americana. We customized the print with Anna Sui slogans, perfume bottles and lipstick tubes.”
2. The 20-inch trolley bag: “The butterfly print came from dresses in my Spring 2009 collection. The colours of the original pattern were quite similar to the way they are on the luggage. Some of the butterflies have been replaced with bottles of my Romantica fragrance!”
3. Tote-bag: “The rose bordered stripe design was originally done-up in black and white, with red flowers for a dress in my Spring 2007 collection. It remains one of the most iconic Anna Sui prints. A runway shot of the dress is on the cover of my new book, The World of Anna Sui.”
To redeem the luggage, just go to any Guardian stores and ask for the stamp passport and start collecting the stamps as you purchase goods in Guardian. Below are the redemption mechanics.
For every purchase of RM20, shoppers will receive one stamp. They get one extra stamp if thepurchase includes one of the 33 participating brands. Among the main participating brands are:
Bio-essence, Dettol, Dove, Maybelline, Nivea and Pantene.
You need to collect 10 stamps to redeem one item at the discounted price: The discounted prices of the four items are: – 24-inch trolley bag at RM159.90 (compared to retail price of RM399); – 20-inch trolley bag at RM129.90 (compared to retail price RM199); – Tote bag at RM69.90 (compared to retail price of RM129); – Designer case at RM59.90 (compared to retail price RM99).
Stamps will be issued starting from 28 September 2017 onwards.
Redemption starts from 28 October and ends on 31 December, 2017 or while stocks last. For more information, please visit www.guardian.com.my