KUALA LUMPUR: Women love styling and dolling up especially during Hari Raya.
This year, Habib has come up with exquisite new collections for women to look good during this special day.
Habib has chosen “tradition” as the theme for its Rantaian Kasih campaign to welcome Syawal.
For this renowned jeweller, tradition symbolises origin and belief, not only to a certain community but also to a family or an individual.
Traditions may differ among families but Habib believes that those passed down from one generation to another are the ones that unite Malaysians of various races and religions.
For this year, Rozita Che Wan, Zain Saidin, Aaisyah Dhia Rana, Ramona Zamzam and Hannah Delisha are Habib’s Raya ambassadors.
These celebrities are chosen not only because of their love for jewellery; more importantly they share beautiful Raya traditions which is the theme of Habib’s Raya campaign this year.
Habib is offering a variety of jewellery for all ages – from children, women to men.
The Oro Italia 916 Collection specially made from Italy employs ice cutting and laser soldering technology. It comes with different designs combined with a variation of gold hues: yellow, white, rose and black gold.
The Aura Collection comes with designs that suit women who wear hijab or those who prefer long chains.
The Men’s Collection features sets of baju melayu buttons and rings studded with diamonds and gemstones.
Throughout the Rantaian Kasih campaign, Habib organised several contests, among them “Share your Raya tradition” with the hashtag #HabibRayaTradisi whereby participants stand to win Habib jewellery worth RM10,000.
Habib also organised weekly contests with two winners each week.
For every purchase at Habib, customers will get duit Raya packets.
The Rantaian Kasih campaign is from April 24 to June 22. The Rantaian Kasih e-brochure can be downloaded here or click the link at Habib’s Instagram and Facebook pages. For further details, call 019-2222 916 or connect with Habib on Instagram or Facebook.
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