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Fashion with a Cause – Club 21 and MasterCard collaborate for a 2nd year, allowing shoppers to give back to society

September 2, 2013 Charity No Comments Email Email

To support a charitable cause, MasterCard Worldwide and Club 21 have partnered to launch Purchase with Purpose™ for a second year running, to encourage shoppers to give back to society through spending on fashion at any participating Club 21 stores.
From 1 August to 30 September 2013, for every transaction charged to a MasterCard card at participating Club 21 stores, MasterCard will donate US$10 to support programs focusing on empowering young women. Seven organizations from different countries will benefit from this initiative, including Hong Kong Women Development Association.

Shop at your favorite Club 21 stores, like famous fashion brands Donna Karan, ck Calvin Klein, Giorgio Armani, A|X Armani Exchange, Balenciaga, Marni, Mulberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Diesel, Paul Smith, Issey Miyake, Jil Sander and Dries Van Noten, etc, and support a charitable cause now! Whether you’re in Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan or Singapore, take advantage of this opportunity to give back to society with Club 21 and MasterCard.

Benefitting 1,220 participants through talks, training, workshops, and community service projects, last year’s donations in Hong Kong amounted to US$4,115 (about HKD 31,922). The donations went towards training and material expenses for The Sum Yuet Program under HKWDA.

So what are you waiting for? Look good and do good in 2013 each time you swipe or tap your MasterCard card to purchase your latest outfit from Club 21! Don’t miss a chance to make a difference to your community.

To help you out, here are our Top 3 fashion trends for this Autumn/Winter season:

Autumn/Winter 2013 Trends

Punk – Channeling the spirit of Vivienne Westwood, Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen, fashion designers took the rebellious anti-establishment movement to a whole new level with their inspired takes on vinyl, pins, studs, tartans and all things punk.

Pastels – Who says autumn-winter needs to be dull, dark and gloomy? This season, designers are prescribing pastel as the antidote to shorter daylight. A breath of sartorial fresh air.

Masculin-Feminin – Ever since Coco Chanel pioneered Le Garconne chic, fashion has always borrowed from masculine style. This season, gender dressing takes center-stage once again as women’s wear looks to structured tailoring, trad fabrics and styling for inspiration.

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