Starbucks x Rebecca Minkoff
Starbucks is no stranger to fashion collaborations. The coffee chain has previously worked with celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe and wedding dress designer Vera Wang on past collections. This time, Starbucks has tapped Rebecca Minkoff on a new series of mugs and tumblers.
American fashion designer Rebecca Minkoff’s eponymous label is best known for its edgy-meets-feminine accessories. She’s carried that same design ethos through to her Starbucks collaboration. Instead of your usual mugs and tumblers, these are definitely not basic. There are 6 products in total, all of which have an elegant yet badass spin to them.
Unlike the recent Starbucks mermaid mugs and tumblers, which were vibrant and colourful, this collection has a more subdued colour palette. The brilliant addition of the pearl studs on the base and handle gives the drinkware a more feminine touch, perfect for those looking for something chic and sophisticated.
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If black is too intense for you, fret not. This collection also includes pink-themed drinkware with eye and heart motifs for the romantics out there. The mug’s quirky heart-shaped handle is making me want to give it all my love.
Forget the plastic handle when buying your kopi peng. Say hello to this stylish sparkly black tumbler with a chunky chain handle. Don’t just save the earth, slay while you are at it.
This snakeskin print tumbler takes the chio drinkware designs to another level. If you’re in need of a confidence boost, this tumbler exudes tough-girl vibes in a classy way.
The Starbucks x Rebecca Minkoff Collection Will Bring Out Your Inner Alpha Female
Carry the Starbucks x Rebecca Minkoff Collection and channel Seo Ye Ji’s alpha female character from It’s Okay to Not Be Okay. The limited-edition collection will be released on 22 September 2020 in selected Starbucks Singapore stores, so mark your calendars.
All images courtesy of Starbucks.
Cover (background): Sean Sinclair/ Unsplash
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