Buy a bracelet for Christmas, support a child in Nepal
#BuroGivesBack x Rue Madame
A large part of the best memories from our Scotts Square pop-up involved each and every one of you: The many occassions spent shopping the latest selection from our homegrown designers, getting to know Singapore's plucky authors who bared their souls at #BuroBookshelf, and the times you've put the needs of Nepal's less fortunate children before yours by purchasing a little sun at our #BuroGivesBack events.
As an extention to the initiative, we've tied up with multi-label boutique Rue Madame founded by Ariane Zagury. Through travels to Nepal, the place, people and culture holds a special place in her heart, so what better way to lend a hand than through our beneficiary and Nepali NGO, Children and Youth First (CYF)?
True to the boutique's bohemian spirit, Rue Madame has designed a vibrant, braided cotton handmade bracelet accented with a silver fish — encapsulating the season of giving with the Nepali symbol of good fortune. With 100% of the sales proceeds funding the education of underprivileged children through CYF, get into the holiday mood by scoring a meaningful gift for friends and family, while passing on the good vibes this Christmas.
Retailing for $55 (or 40USD) online and in-store at the Rue Madame boutiques in Singapore and Hong Kong, drop by or simply hop on their site to pick up one of these bracelets — it's that easy.
Click on the images to purchase The Nepal Bracelet
Rue Madame is located at 391 Orchard Road, #01-13C, Ngee Ann City in Singapore.
If you're in Hong Kong, head to 3082A, Podium 3, IFC Mall, Central or 117-118, 1F, Lee Garden 2, 28 Yin Ping Road, Causeway Bay.
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