From now until 19 June 2022, Suria KLCC is decked in largerthan-life flower installations to host its latest fashion and beauty campaign.
Towering blooms stand tall to welcome shoppers into the “Secret Garden” located at Ramlee Mall, Level 1. This main event area is filled with flowers and bright colourful lighting perfect for the gram.
Elevate your shopping experience and be inspired with displays curated by fashion and beauty retailers. Shoppers can find them in the main event space as well as in pockets of whimsical decorations around the mall.
The cherry on top has to be the shopping reward during this campaign. Shoppers who spend at least RM600 in a maximum of two receipts at any Fashion, Beauty, Sports and Beauty & Hair Salon stores in Suria KLCC will be rewarded with a RM50 Suria KLCC voucher.
Selected fashion and beauty tenants such as Kate Spade, Giorgio Armani Beauty, Salvatore
Ferragamo, Yves Saint Laurent Beaute, Braun Buffel, PUMA are also conducting exclusive instore activations and product viewings to create a special buying experience at Suria KLCC.
DONATE PRE-LOVED GARMENTS AND BE REWARDED
In collaboration with The Salvation Army, shoppers are rewarded with tenants’ vouchers as
well as selected merchandise items when they donate five pieces of garments and above at
once. This can be done at Ramlee Mall, Level 1.
“With the vibrant fixtures as well as attractive fashion and beauty rewards available at Suria KLCC, there’s no better time to shake off the Covid blues. This campaign also gives shoppers the chance to contribute to a good cause by donating their pre-loved garments,” said Andrew Brien, Executive Director and CEO of Suria KLCC Sdn Bhd.
The garments collected will be donated to The Salvation Army within a week after the campaign ends.
The Salvation Army is a non-profit organisation that has been serving the underprivileged community in Malaysia. The organisation has a comprehensive network of social services to
meet a wide range of needs in the community. Besides aiding the community in donating preloved garments, they provide residential homes for children and the elderly, hostels, family support services, day cares, tuition centres, a refugee help centre and emergency relief services in times of crisis.