fragment design x Starbucks B-Side Harajuku Beverage Bottle

If you thought a mug would suffice for your morning (and afternoon) red eyes, think again. The team

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If you thought a mug would suffice for your morning (and afternoon) red eyes, think again. The team at Japanese label fragment design has collaborated with Starbucks‘ concept store–Omotesando B-Side–for a specially crafted beverage bottle. The stainless steel bottle was made to handle both hot and cold liquids, utilizing Thermos’ insulation technology to ensure temperature preservation. A double vacuum structure on the interior prevents leakage, while the slim, lightweight silhouette makes the bottle easily transportable. The bottle comes in both a black and steel colorway, and will be an in-store exclusive only available at Omotesando B-Side in Tokyo.

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