Grab exclusive tote bags designed by celebrity

(From left) Maybelline key account manager Chiang Yong Sim, Unilever customer development manager Stephanie Teo, Wong, Neelofa, Guardian Health and Beauty Sdn Bhd head of skincare Sheryn Soo, Beiersdorf for Nivea senior customer development manager Lee Yunn Tyng with the tote bags.

IN the spirit of going eco-friendly, Guardian Malaysia and Naelofar unveiled exclusive tote bags for Ramadan.

Actress, TV presenter, model and owner of the fashion brand, Noor Neelofa Mohd Noor, better known as Neelofa, created three designs – Nature Beauty, Red Blossoms and Floral Serenity for Guardian’s exclusive summer collection.

Sharing her inspiration behind the designs, Neelofa said: “Red Blossoms is designed to look bold and elegant, Nature Beauty is for going beyond the norm towards modernisation and Floral Serenity is to symbolise grace and beauty.”

Guardian Health and Beauty Sdn Bhd marketing head Wong Vai Chi said the collaboration was a special way to welcome Ramadan.

“We want to offer our customers something exclusive and beautiful when they shop at Guardian stores.”

Wong said Guardian stores will have a special theme called “Seiring Ramadan” during the fasting month where customers will be offered discounts of up to 50% on selected products.

“Guardian will also upload health tips and advice from Asia’s no.1 Fitness YouTuber Joanna Soh on its Facebook page,” she added.

The tote bags can be purchased at a 40% discount for RM17.90 and are available until stocks last.

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