As a thank you to its loyal patrons who ordered products online in the last 12 months, premier department store Rustans’ online shopping portal is holding a birthday sale on August 15.
Over 150 brands that Rustans.com carries will have special promotions and discounts of up to 60 percent during the one-day sale.
The sale event will feature an expanded assortment from loungewear to home items.
Women will find brands offering up to 30 percent off like Furla, Nine West, Jessica McClintock, Coach, Rafe, Longchamp, Kurt Geiger, Marc Jacobs, Natori, ASTR The Label, and Ricardo Preto. Men can get their hands on discounts up to 60 percent offered by Brooks Brothers, Bally, Jack Nicklaus, Saville Row, and BOSS.
For at-home self-care, beauty brands like Koh Gen Do, Murad, Laura Mercier, NARS, L’Occitane, Shiseido, and Mario Badescu will likewise be offering discounts as well as gifts.
Parents can update their children’s wardrobes with new apparels from Rustanette, Rustan Jr, and Baby Club, or give them cool gifts from Le Toy Van, Ambosstoys, and LEGO.
Home furnishing brands Pottery Barn, West Elm, Nespresso, Gibson Home, Simple Human, Leonardo, Conair, and Marine Business are also joining the sale.
According to the company, Rustans.com became one of the first online stores to deliver essential items to customers during the enhanced community quarantine imposed in Luzon.
“The driving force in our business has always been meeting the needs and aspirations of our customers. In a changed world because of this pandemic, we knew that we had to be also guided by empathy to offer appropriate and practical solutions that will help our customers manage their physical, mental, and emotional well-being,” shares Donnie Tantoco, President of Rustan Commercial Corporation.
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