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Rustan’s Home & Heart – A Family Affair

The month of May will be highlighting the special woman in our lives – our mothers. Rustan’s is all set to make moms feel special and make the family become more connected through several events and activities dubbed “Home & Heart” that will continue up to June.  

Lladro's As Pretty As Flower porcelain figurine
My Baby Girl figurine from Nao
The festivities kicked off at Rustan’s Alabang Town Center with Afternoon Delight: Coffee and Tea with Delonghi last April 16 that also featured weekend coffee workshops. The first of the weekend series workshops started off with resident coffee craftsman Michael Canlas who discussed caffeinated and tea recipes. Breville’s The Art of Coffee – Espresso Appreciation Afternoon with master latte artist Dave Dource followed the next day. 

Ice Cream backpack from Beatrix
For the special women of May, Rustan’s has already started with mom treats with Travel Essentials for Mom’s Getaway Workshop by Bespoke and Beyond at Rustan’s Makati which gave tips on organizing luggage and packing perfectly for travels. Those who were unable to catch the workshop can take part in the Mother’s Day Fair that runs until May 8 at Rustan’s Makati and at Rustan’s Shangri-La. 

Limited-edition piece from Lalique's Music Is Love collection
Vegans will also enjoy A Very Vegan Mother’s Day with Jertie’s Kitchen and Breville on May 6. Coffee lovers who missed the April weekend workshops can catch the next one on May 7. Be sure to bring mom for the Delonghi’s Match Made with Coffee workshop at Rustan’s Shangri-La. 

Baby Club's Cupcake onesie
If you’re already on the lookout for the perfect gift for mommy, Rustan’s has got you covered with special deals from the Home Department. This may be the safest section to scour for the best gift for mom. Up to 20 percent discounts on artisanal home accent pieces from brands like Farbel, Acrila, Zoffoli, Arti & Mestieri and other home and décor items from Lenox, Rosenthal, Royal Albert, Kate Spade, and Christofle are also on offer. 

White towels from Rustan's Home
If your mom is into beauty products, check out items from Murad and La Prairie. Bedroom items are also great ideas for gifting, so beddings from Ralph Lauren Home and engraved leather items and embroidered linens by Bespoke and Beyond may just be what she’s been looking for. And which mommy will say no to items that relaxes the mind and body? Zen-inspired items from BSAB, Millefiori, and Diptyque would be perfect gift items. 

Ralph Lauren's Arnett trinket box
One in a Million business card holder from Kate Spade
For added perks, receive a Lladro Silk Scarf or a Christofle Silver Money Clip Lladro for a single receipt purchase of P45,000 for purchases on both brands. Meanwhile, a minimum single-receipt purchase of P50,000 from Meissen entitles one to a luxurious Meissen candle. And if you’re a big spender, spend a single-receipt purchase of P85,000 from Lalique and receive a 100ml bottle of Lalique perfume. Longchamp is also extending its personalized Le Pliage services until May 7 at Rustan’s Shangri-La, so if you didn’t catch the last one, here’s your chance. 

Bernardaud's Irazu Collection Espresso gift box set of 6 
Van Gogh Sunflowers from Visconti
If you have a Rustan’s Lifestyle Passport, you may also catch some good deals with some of the finest global brands at Rustan’s. Show your passport and avail of exclusive offers and special discounts from the Fashion, Children’s, Cosmetics, and Home Departments of Rustan’s until June 2. 

To know more about the latest collections available in the stores, you may visit Rustan’s in Makati, Shangri-La, Gateway, Alabang and Cebu or get connected at rustansph on Facebook.  

 

Topics: Rustan’s Home & Heart , a family affair

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