DHL Collaborates with YUKI HASHIMOTO

Following a string of successful collaborations with Vetements, Anti Social Social Club and CASETiFY,  DHL Express continues to develop its relationship with fashion by collaborating with rising Japanese brand YUKI HASHIMOTO. Officially sponsoring Rakuten Fashion Week Tokyo, the logistics company DHL surprised fans with a range of upcycled uniforms at the event.

DHL sponsors fashion weeks worldwide, participating in Tokyo Fashion Week for over ten years while supporting the projects of numerous upcoming young fashion designers and brands. DHL’s extensive global network allows it to connect brands and customers in major cities worldwide with speed and reliability, which made its service a necessary and essential part of the global fashion industry.

At this year’s Tokyo Fashion Week, DHL partnered with YUKI HASHIMOTO for its futuristic runway show. Yuki Hashimoto has previously worked for Raf Simons, Maison Margiela, and Kris Van Assche as a design assistant, gaining the fashion community’s respect during his creative journey. At the runway show held at Omotesando Hills on October 14, the brand introduced a collection based on the structural reinterpretation of the garments. The offering combines elements of activewear with the elegant tailoring that symbolizes YUKI HASHIMOTO’s designs, drawing inspiration from the works of Olafur Eliasson and his space suit motifs. The presentation also unveiled the exclusive collaborative pieces reworked from uniforms actually worn by DHL couriers working in international transportation.

After the show, Hashimoto explained his ambitions with DHL, “since I started my brand, I’ve always believed in going out into the world and delivering my clothes regardless of nationalities. At present, the percentage of our overseas business is still small, but it is increasing mainly in Asia. We will take this opportunity to look beyond Asia and explore European and American markets, and we will keep expanding the scope of our challenge together with DHL Express.”

DHL pledges to support further up-coming fashion designers by providing them opportunities to expand in the international market.

Check out the collection in the gallery above and head over to DHL’s website for more information.

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GT’s Synergy Collaborates With High-fashion Photographer, Yu Tsai On First National Print Ad Campaign

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — GT’s Synergy, the world’s most beloved and sought-after Kombucha brand, has initiated its first-ever national print ad campaign in creative collaboration with legendary fashion photographer, Yu Tsai. The national print ad campaign celebrates the brand’s fall message, Rooted In Nature, just launched in October and reiterates the importance of Nature’s gifts for both body and mind.

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“In everything we do, we hope to inspire consumers to re-establish their connection to nature.”

GT’s Rooted In Nature print ad campaign can be seen in top national publications like Health Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair, GQ, Esquire, and many more, as well as the coveted PEOPLE Magazine “Sexiest Man Alive” Issue 2020, hitting stands today. The creative tone for the ads is centered around connecting to Mother Nature. The earthy, bold colors featured in the photography mirror the flavors of the fall Kombucha line as Yu Tsai’s fashion-geared eye captures how we connect with the natural world during the changing seasons. Since the campaign’s launch in early October, GT’s has driven 8.5% growth and seven-digit dollar contribution to the Kombucha category YTD (SPINS).

“In everything we do, we hope to inspire consumers to re-establish their connection to nature – from fueling their bodies with raw, organic, living foods, to nourishing their mind and spirit with Mother Nature’s serenity,” said GT Dave, Founder and CEO of GT’s Living Foods. “That’s why it’s so important for us to convey through creative design and visual expression the profound energy and healing qualities only She can provide to us.”

“We are honored to have Yu Tsai’s eye and direction bring our vision to life in a way that is fashionable, inspired, and completely rooted in nature.”

Yu Tsai’s work has been featured on the covers of Vogue, Teen Vogue, InStyle, GQ, Esquire, Harper’s Bazaar, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, and much more. Yu Tsai is also known for his roles as creative director and judge on both America’s Next Top Model and Asia’s Next Top Model, bringing his unique approach and creative mind to the table as a curator of all things naturally beautiful.

“Advertising and photography can serve as an important tool in spreading awareness and helping to inspire people, which we need now more than ever,” says Yu Tsai. “I am thrilled to be able to collaborate and create with GT’s on this campaign that delivers such a powerful message through the beauty of Mother Nature.”

The Rooted In Nature campaign spotlights GT’s roots-centric flavors, Heart Beet, Tantric Turmeric, and #1 best-seller Gingerade. For more information on GT’s Synergy raw kombucha and the Rooted In Nature campaign, please visit: www.GTsLivingFoods.com/rooted and follow along on social media: @GTsKombucha. 

About GT’s Living Foods:
We believe that Mother Nature is the World’s greatest healer. Since 1995, GT’s Living Foods has revolutionized how people think and feel about Kombucha and fermented foods in

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Helena Christensen collaborates with Anine Bing on clothing collection

Following the success of their first outing, Helena Christensen has teamed up with Danish-born, LA-based designer Anine Bing on a second clothing collection – which has just landed in stores.

Christensen has long been a fan of the brand, she tells us, explaining that she’s been shopping at the Anine Bing store near her New York apartment for years. “It’s actually where Anine and I first met; we just hit it off straight away,” she says. “There are a lot of common interests, from our Danish heritage to art, photography and of course – fashion. The collaboration is something we’ve been talking about for a while and I’m really excited that it’s finally here!”

Of course, years of modelling and experience wearing the finest of fashion has given Christensen the perfect base from which to launch a clothing design project. “More and more I am incredibly appreciative of all the knowledge I have absorbed during my years in the business,” she explains. “In fact, I appreciate it even more now than I ever did. I realise I have been part of fashion history in a way that hardly anyone is; I’ve been so close to the real magic behind it all. I have learned so much from all the masters, the designers, the seamstresses, the photographers, the beauty teams, the creative teams. It’s been the most incredible education.”

The capsule collection features a mix of relaxed, easy-wear separates, basics and soft tailoring – all in a monochrome colour palette, making styling the pieces beautifully simple. And, of course, they are all items that could have come straight out of the supermodel’s personal wardrobe.

“I never really know how to describe my personal style,” she muses. “I think because it isn’t a certain style per se, more of a peculiar mix of all different kinds of styles. I think the fact that my mother is from Peru and my father is from Denmark has given me a love for quirky mixes. I really love organic, fluid lines and shapeless, comfortable designs, but I am also totally drawn to anything colourful – a mix of flowers and patterns, all different kinds of fabrics mixed together, and layers upon layers. Both Anine and I wanted our Scandinavian heritage to clearly shine through so that side was downplayed a little for this collection.”

So what have the unprecedented events of this year taught the model about style?

It’s funny because being in quarantine for so many months I realised that at home is such a secret place, a place where you can feel comfortable, cosy, safe and warm,” she tells us. “The way you decorate your home is such a personal extension of who you are. That whole period became all about my space and being close to nature – not so much about clothing style. I think we all ended up in soft, fluffy clothing pieces; just to feel safe and embraced.”

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Stacey Solomon collaborates with Amazon Handmade

Stacey Solomon attended an event to celebrate the untold stories of motherhood in December last year, and almost one year on and she has collaborated with Amazon Handmade on a Christmas gift edit. (Getty Images)
Stacey Solomon, pictured at an event to celebrate the untold stories of motherhood in December last year. Almost one year on she has collaborated with Amazon Handmade on a Christmas gift edit. (Getty Images)

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Stacey Solomon has collaborated with Amazon Handmade makers on a new collection of Christmas gifts.

Amazon Handmade is a section specifically for handcrafted products made from verified makers worldwide.

Solomon’s joint venture with Amazon Handmade sees her team up with 14 creators in the UK.

The Stacey Solomon x Amazon Handmade bespoke collection includes a curated selection of 35 products, from home, beauty, crafts, products for pets, jewellery and more, some of which can be personalised for that extra special touch.

Speaking about the collaboration, the Loose Women panellist said: “Handmade gifts are such a special way to show someone what they mean to you – I love adding that personal touch to a gift.

“This year it’s more important than ever to show the people in our lives how much we care about them, and that’s why I’m so happy to be working with Amazon Handmade and UK Makers to launch my collection”.

Prices range from £7.50 to £135 for items in the collection. Whether you are looking to update your Christmas decorations, or start your Christmas shopping early, the new drop (which is available on Amazon now) can make your festive preparation that little bit easier.

Shop Stacey Solomon’s Amazon collection

Personalised Name Children’s Dressing Gown | £18

Personalised Name Children's Dressing Gown
Personalised Name Children’s Dressing Gown

Those Who Cook Together Personalised Heart Chopping Board | £24.95

Those Who Cook Together Personalised Heart Chopping Board
Those Who Cook Together Personalised Heart Chopping Board

Personalised Family Multi Ring Necklace | £75

Personalised Family Multi Ring Necklace
Personalised Family Multi Ring Necklace

Christmas Aromatherapy Gift Box | £25.95

Christmas Aromatherapy Gift Box
Christmas Aromatherapy Gift Box

Herringbone Handwoven Throw Blanket | £29.90

Herringbone Handwoven Throw Blanket
Herringbone Handwoven Throw Blanket

Personalised Matching Family Christmas Jumper/Sweatshirt | £26.90

Personalised Matching Family Christmas Jumper/Sweatshirt
Personalised Matching Family Christmas Jumper/Sweatshirt

Decorative Have a Day Off Susan Velvet Cushion | £35

Decorative Have a Day Off Susan Velvet Cushion
Decorative Have a Day Off Susan Velvet Cushion

Personalised Norm the Gnome Mug | £12.90

Personalised Norm the Gnome Mug
Personalised Norm the Gnome Mug

Personalised Felt Satchel Bag | £29.99

Personalised Felt Satchel Bag
Personalised Felt Satchel Bag

Personalised Toddler Baking Set | £21

Personalised Toddler Baking Set
Personalised Toddler Baking Set

Christmas Tree Essential Oil Candle | £20

Christmas Tree Essential Oil Candle
Christmas Tree Essential Oil Candle

Christmas Decoration Craft Kit | £36

Christmas Decoration Craft Kit
Christmas Decoration Craft Kit

Watch: Yahoo UK’s 12 days of Christmas 2019 video advent calendar: Day 1

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VSA Prospecting Collaborates with Gift-Giving Charity to Spread Holiday Cheer

VSA Prospecting Collaborates with Gift-Giving Charity to Spread Holiday Cheer

Like so many events in 2020, the holidays are likely to be particularly difficult for many families this year. That’s why VSA Prospecting, a local Lead Generation firm, is collaborating on a unique partnership with a non-profit organization who distributes holiday gifts for children in need.

The organization, which partners with the Salvation Army, typically distributes gifts in-person and in groups. But the pandemic, of course, has forced them to switch tactics. For the first time ever, the organization now has to reach out to tens of thousands of families directly so that they can send gifts by mail. They’d be unable to do so without the support of an outside organization with the technology and infrastructure to support a mass outreach campaign.

Recognizing how meaningful the organization’s mission is, VSA was able to step in at a discounted rate.

“This project is a big departure from the norm for us,” explains Valerie Schlitt, VSA’s president and CEO. “We typically provide B2B, appointment setting, and lead generation services to companies in industries such as healthcare, manufacturing, and education. After discussing it, though, we realized what a difference we could help make for so many — and decided to take it on.”

While the firm has worked with nonprofits on some small projects in the past, none have come close to the scope and scale of this partnership. VSA’s has dedicated a team to work essentially around the clock, making dials and following up on voicemails and emails. It’s a lot of work — but to VSA, it’s all worth it.

“No matter what,” says Ms. Schlitt, “It’s important to live out our values. We’re proud to help make a difference for so many children who will continue to receive holiday gifts this year.”

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VSA Prospecting Collaborates with Gift-Giving Charity to Spread Holiday Cheer – Press Release

VSA Prospecting Collaborates with Gift-Giving Charity to Spread Holiday Cheer

Like so many events in 2020, the holidays are likely to be particularly difficult for many families this year. That’s why VSA Prospecting, a local Lead Generation firm, is collaborating on a unique partnership with a non-profit organization who distributes holiday gifts for children in need.

The organization, which partners with the Salvation Army, typically distributes gifts in-person and in groups. But the pandemic, of course, has forced them to switch tactics. For the first time ever, the organization now has to reach out to tens of thousands of families directly so that they can send gifts by mail. They’d be unable to do so without the support of an outside organization with the technology and infrastructure to support a mass outreach campaign.

Recognizing how meaningful the organization’s mission is, VSA was able to step in at a discounted rate.

“This project is a big departure from the norm for us,” explains Valerie Schlitt, VSA’s president and CEO. “We typically provide B2B, appointment setting, and lead generation services to companies in industries such as healthcare, manufacturing, and education. After discussing it, though, we realized what a difference we could help make for so many — and decided to take it on.”

While the firm has worked with nonprofits on some small projects in the past, none have come close to the scope and scale of this partnership. VSA’s has dedicated a team to work essentially around the clock, making dials and following up on voicemails and emails. It’s a lot of work — but to VSA, it’s all worth it.

“No matter what,” says Ms. Schlitt, “It’s important to live out our values. We’re proud to help make a difference for so many children who will continue to receive holiday gifts this year.”

Media Contact
Company Name: VSA Prospecting
Contact Person: Valerie Schlitt
Email: Send Email
Phone: 856-240-8100
Address:212 Haddon Avenue Suite 8
City: Haddon Township
State: NJ
Country: United States
Website: vsaprospecting.com/

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