H&M Middle East just announced a collaboration with Mentor Arabia to promote the prevention of drug abuse in a T-shirt slogan competition!
The competition will be held on Mentor Arabia’s Facebook page, between the dates February 18-28, to encourage young people to express what keeps them motivated and drug free, now and in the future. The winning anti-drug slogan will be featured and produced on a cool T-shirt designed by H&M.
These one-off T-shirts, for both men and women, will be sold in the H&M store in Grand Avenue – The Avenues, Kuwait in April this year. The T-shirts will retail for 4.900KD and 50% of the sale proceeds will be donated to the work of Mentor Arabia. The first place winner will also receive a 500 KD gift voucher from H&M.
These H&M and Mentor Arabia T-shirts will communicate an important message about drug prevention and provide an engaging and creative way for youth to express themselves in regards to this issue and help influence their peers to develop healthy and positive lifestyles.
The second place winner will receive a 300KD gift voucher from H&M. The third place winner will receive a 150KD gift voucher from H&M.
To participate, visit the competition facebook application link, here.
French actress and singer, Vanessa Paradis, is the face of Conscious at H&M this spring, wearing pieces in the campaign that are both on-trend and also more-sustainable. It is all part of H&M’s ongoing commitment to a more sustainable fashion future, showing that the best fashion can be made from Conscious materials, such as organic cotton, recycled polyester, and Tencel.
The full women’s collection will be available in H&M stores worldwide as well as online from March 25, alongside Conscious collections for Men – blazers, chinos, Ikat print shirts and shorts – as well as fun prints for kids and babies.
“Dove” Coconut almond with blackberries Cake is anew special cake by Cakestory created for the Human right day. With every ‘Dove’ order, part of the proceeds will be donated to charity till end of the month.
Place your order today for a good cause @99004349🎀
Alsanbook exhibition opened doors today and only until October the 13th, at 360 mall exhibition hall. Featuring a bunch of purposeful businesses for the whole family; and divided into 4 sections: 1- Arabic language ‘beauty and calligraphy’, 2- Kuwaiti heritage, 3- Children’s activities, and 4- volunteering work. The exhibition definitely offers a new idea and gathers a group of businesses that are worth the support. For more info, follow @alsnboook
Another PLT, and another evening full of style and pretty little things. PLT’s Judith Leiber X Razan Al Azzouni was hosted at Gallery 220 two days ago and was a true fashion night out! Not only it marked the beginning of a charitable affiliation, it also marked the debut of Judith Leiber’s Fall 2012 collection in the Middle East. Renowned American handbag designer Judith Leiber has teamed up with Saudi Arabian label Threads by Razan Alazzouni to produce an exclusive collection of clothing and bags to benefit children’s charities in the region.
Judith Leiber has, for decades, ruled the world of high fashion handbags, with each bag regarded as a unique work of art. Her pieces are beautiful and dazzling. Pure joy to hold!
Something special from Judith Leiber was the concept for the Children’s Art Bag; a unique personalized bag with a replica of a child’s art work in Austrian Crystals. This concept follows in the Judith Leiber tradition of art and design at its best, keeping alive the sentiments and talents of the children, by creating a priceless family heirloom.
Moving on to Razan Alazzouni’s yet another great collection, beautiful fabrics, feminine sparkle, and flattering designs, what more would a girl ask for!
The cute set up was a collaborative effort with The House of Etiquette
And Khaleejesque Magazine was the media sponsor.
PlT’s Noaf Hussein was looking as adorable as ever <3 Have I mentioned how I love this girl and her pretty little talents?
And finally, what I wore to the event
When the world starts turning grey, it’s time for you to fill your world with sparkle. Judith Leiber and Razan Alazzouni are here to fill your days with the glitz every girl needs to bring the sparkle back. There’s nothing like a sequined maxi skirt and a glittery clutch to brighten the dullest of days!
Renowned American handbag designer Judith Leiber has teamed up with Saudi Arabian label Threads by Razan Alazzouni to produce an exclusive collection of clothing and bags to benefit children’s charities in the region. This Saturday, it hits Kuwait!
This first collaborative event, which will take place on October 6th and 7th, will be presented by Pretty Little Things’ Noaf Hussein at Gallery IIXX in Salhiya. Khaleejesque Magazine is the media sponsor and the set up will be a collaborative effort with The House of Etiquette. Not only will it mark the beginning of a charitable affiliation, it will also mark the debut of Judith Leiber’s Fall 2012 collection in the Middle East.
Event details: Judith Leiber X Razan Alazzouni Collaborative Launch
Place: Hosted by PLT in Gallery IIXX. Salhiya, above the outdoor restaurants.
Date: Saturday October 6 & Sunday October 7
Timing: Opening Saturday at 7pm, Sunday from 4pm-11pm
15% of Judith Leiber sales AND 15% of Razan Alazzouni sales will go to Pumps 4 Kids. Feel great with every purchase.
For updates and behind the scenes, follow @PLTQ8 and @Razanalazzouni on Instagram and Twitter.
See you all there!
This first collaborative event, which will take place on October 6th and 7th, will be presented by Pretty Little Things’ Noaf Hussein, at Gallery IIXX in Salhiya. Not only will it mark the beginning of a charitable affiliation, it will also mark the debut of Judith Leiber‘s Fall 2012 collection in the Middle East.
For more details, click here.
I stumbled upon this video on youtube and found it interesting to share. Uploaded by a group called ‘Gaza Youth’, it gave me a closer feel of what the Palestinian occupation really is, and how it affects the lives of many, every day..
Since I was born, I’ve heard about the Israeli occupation of Palestine so many times that it became just a story to me, and many people like me. This video revived the feeling of injustice towards those occupied. I’m not sure about the production itself and why is it giving London as an example..But I believe anyone seeing this would relate it to common sense, and the pure breach of humanity that is conducted every single day in the lives of those behind the checkpoints. A simple injury or an accident that is not life threatening would end someone’s life only because they are denied access to hospital or medical care center in their own country, on their own land. A crime against humanity that we should never stop fighting for it to end.