Enjoy your favourite drink in style with the exquisite Starbucks-Vivienne Tam mug

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    Call it vanity but doesn’t your drink taste that much better when you sip it off a beautiful mug? That must be the idea behind Starbucks’ series of designer collaboration mugs and bottles.

    This season, Starbucks is working with Vivienne Tam to debut an exclusive line of merchandise inspired by the designers’ iconic “Bird and Flora” print. Known for her culture-bridging, East-meets-West approach, the collection effortlessly blends Asian cultural roots with a modern design language recognised for its artistry.

    For S$128, you get a double wall mug, S’well® bottle (choice of red or black), tote bag, and a limited edition Starbucks card. The items are only sold as a set and may not be bought separately.

    Vivienne Tam-Starbucks Double Wall Mug + S'well Bottle (Black) v4
    Vivienne Tam-Starbucks S’well Bottle in black

    The double wall mug is great for holding hot drinks, keeping it warm and insulated, while the S’well® bottle is good for oth hot and cold drinks. Its vacuum-sealed, double walled construct keep hot and cold drinks insulated for up to 12 hours as well as minimise condensation and protect hands.

    The Vivienne Tam-Starbucks merchandise will be available from 10 June 2016 at all Starbucks® stores across Singapore.

    Check out the previous Starbucks collaboration with alice + olive boutique last year.



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