Scarves

Duck releases limited edition scarves for Barbie dolls
For the first time in Malaysia, Barbie has collaborated with a local fashion brand. The recently released Duck scarf designs will allow girls to style their dolls using their own creativity and imagination. They are miniature versions of the latest release from The Oriental Duck Print Collection. To redeem the gift (barbiexduck.com), one will need to purchase a minimum of RM100 worth of Barbie products at leading toy, departmental or hyper stores. Barbie will also be releasing a short video this November featuring the founder of The Duck Group, Vivy Yusof. The video will highlight the entrepreneur’s career, as well as her advice for little girls on how to be successful entrepreneur themselves. In line with Barbie’s “You Can Be Anything” campaign, the video aims to inspire young girls to pursue their dreams and be whoever they wish to be when they grow up. A mother of three, Vivy was said to have been selected as Barbie’s local role model based on her career path, of which is an inspiration to many in Malaysia and across Asia. A law graduate from London School of Economics, she is also the co-founder and chief creative officer of FashionValet, one of South-East Asia’s leading e-commerce platform with over 400 local brands under one click. For 59 years, Barbie has inspired girls to be anything and continues to inspire the limitless potential in every girl by encouraging imagination, expression and discovery through play. There apparently is not a “ceiling” Barbie hasn’t broken. From engineers to film directors, doctors, ballerinas and musicians, these countless choices have always offered girls the opportunity to play out whatever they can imagine. View this post on Instagram Barbie would like to thank you for redeeming your Barbie x dUCk yesterday! There’s still some more left of these two Oriental dUCk designs, so get them quick for your daughters/nieces/little sisters. Head over to www.barbiexduck.com for instructions and participating retailers. @barbie – D. #duckscarves #barbiexduck A post shared by The dUCk Group (@theduckgroup) on Oct 1, 2018 at 6:20pm PDT [...]
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Barbie and dUCk embrace diversity with limited edition doll-sized scarves
The collaboration between Barbie and Vivy Yusof’s fashion brand dUCk hopes to inspire young girls to be anything they want to be. — Picture courtesy of Mattel Southeast Asia KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 12 — For the first time in Malaysia, Barbie will be collaborating with local brand dUCk to create two doll-sized scarves that will allow girls to style their dolls using their creativity and imagination.The scarf is a miniature version of dUCk’s latest release from its Print Collection — The Oriental dUCk — and the campaign which was officially launched earlier this month saw encouraging response from both dUCk and Barbie fans nationwide.To get your hands on the adorable mini-scarves, you’ll need to purchase at least RM100 worth of Barbie products at leading toy, departmental or hyper stores and redeem your gift with a few simple steps online.  In line with the “You Can Be Anything” campaign, Barbie will also be releasing a special short video next month that features The dUCk Group founder Vivy Yusof. The video will highlight her professional journey as well as her advice for little girls in Malaysia on how to be successful entrepreneur themselves.  A mother of three, Vivy was selected as Barbie’s local role model based on her career path which has been an inspiration to many in Malaysia and across Asia.“We aim to continue to inspire the limitless potential in every girl. In Malaysia, we’re delighted to collaborate with renown local brand ThedUCk Group and also Vivy Yusof to further inspire girls to be anything she wants to be, from a fashion stylist, an entrepreneur, a fashion designer — anything she wants to be”, said Mattel Southeast Asia Country Manager Ivan Franco.A law graduate from London School of Economics, Vivy who now boasts over 1.5 million followers on Instagram, is not only the founder of The dUCk Group but is also co-founder and chief creative officer of FashionValet, South East Asia’s leading e-commerce platform with over 400 local brands under one click.For more redemption details, check out www.barbiexduck.com. [...]
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