3.1 Phillip Lim, LINE, Craig & Karl Among Others Join MAKE A WISH to Create X'mas Baubles from Upcycled Plastic Bottles

Support MAKE A WISH in their latest X’mas Baubles Project, alongside a range of fashion brands and

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Support MAKE A WISH in their latest X’mas Baubles Project, alongside a range of fashion brands and creatives artist such as Baby Milo, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Araki Nobuyoshi, GAP and Craig & Karl just to name a few. The baubles are redesigned with upcycled plastic bottles, transforming them into a new line of limited edition festive ornaments. The reborn Christmas baubles will be available for charity sale and to decorate streets in Causeway Bay, in Hong Kong. All proceeds will go to MAKE A WISH Hong Kong in order to grant the dreams of children with life-threatening medical conditions come true. Wish tokens can now be purchased for HK$50 (approximately $6.50 USD) to exchange for a bauble at Hysan Place or Lee Theatre.

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