Come and Celebrate Kipling’s 25 years of Bag Happiness

Marking its 25th successful year in the retail industry, Kipling, the best women’s casual bag in the world will be showcasing its biggest selection yet on March 30, 2012 at the SM Mall of Asia Atrium.The event will treat bag lovers to an awesome selection of Kipling bags which are renowned for its durability and chic designs.

 

Kipling has teamed up with eight (8) artists including Sarah Illenberger of Germany, Rankin of the UK, Paul Graves of the USA, Alex Salinas of Belgium, Javier Mariscal of Spain, Vincent Gapaillard of France, Li Wei of China and Prince Lauder of Mexico for a special bag remix project with the motto – PLAY! Each image tells a story embracing Kipling’s spirit of being fun and clever using Kipling’s blue and red classic bags – a statement that fashion is too fun to be taken seriously.
For the local celebration, the Spring/Summer 2012 collection to be featured in the event include Basic, Basic Travel, Sweet Me, My Valentine, Vintage, Gorilla Girlz, City, City Business, 25 Years, Back to School and Working Life. Each Collection is perfectly designed to adapt to the lifestyles of today’s discerning travelers who want no less than quality, functionality and style in their travel pieces.

Here are some Kipling’s Bags:

Kipling Asween in Royal Purple

Kipling Erasto in Lacquer Sky

Kipling Jabibo in Wet Black

Kipling Joanne S in Vanilla Cover

Kipling Sancha in Washed Denim

Kipling Topanga in Red
Founded in 1987 and was inspired by Rudyard Kipling, author of “The Jungle Book”, Kipling is touted as the biggest brand in Belgium. Over the years, it has evolved beyond its original roots providing high quality backpacks suited for the adventures of daily life into a distinctive, worldwide brand offering a range of carryalls for a variety of lifestyles, thus more than 35 million people around the world now own at least one Kipling bag and that’s a fact!
To make this celebration even more exciting, Kipling has prepared a number of cool games plus loads of great prizes and surprises. The highlight of the event is a fashion show that will showcase the new collection colors of Kipling Bags which they are now giving away online through their “Spot the Monkeys” promo on Facebook. Be the fastest monkey spotter of the day and win a key chain or a bag if you’re the fastest for the week!

“With a monkey discovered in Asia, an innovative nylon treatment from Europe, a bold attitude inspired by America and the name of an indisputable British legend, Kipling is without a doubt one of Belgium’s most successful fashion exports.” Isabel Van den Broeck, Marketing and Communication Director Worldwide for Kipling said. “From new stores in Asia to the beaches of Brazil, we continue to create lifestyle essentials to brighten women’s every moment, from working days to bright nights and special gatherings to chance encounters. Design at Kipling has stayed hectic and eclectic – and we wouldn’t have it in any other way.”
Kipling is available online at zalora.com.ph and at SM Mall of Asia, SM North EDSA The Block, SM Megamall, SM bacolod, SM Iloilo, SM Davao, SM Cebu, Robinsons Place Ermita, Rustan’s Alabang Town Center, Rustan’s Shangri-La, Rustan’s Gateway, Rustan’d Makati, Landmark Makati and Trinoma.
Visit and Like them on Facebook HERE to find out more exciting news from the lovable monkey.
Come and Celebrate Kipling’s 25 Years of Bag Happiness!  
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2 Responses to Come and Celebrate Kipling’s 25 years of Bag Happiness

  1. carizzachua says:

    oh i like the last red bag!

  2. swexie says:

    this sounds fun. i hope to own a kipling bag one of these days.

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