Starbucks, fragment design & Stanley Join Forces on a Stainless Steel Bottle Design

Ideal for the office and/or outdoor adventure.

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Starbucks and fragment design keeps its deep-rooted partnership moving forward, boasting its sixth collaborative project since first linking up back in 2012. The duo, along with U.S.-based thermal brand Stanley has since formed a three-way cooperative, creating a pair of stainless steel bottle designs that can just as easily be used in the office as out on an adventurous trek.

Spotted above in both navy and grey options, each bottle features a potent vacuum insulation system, ideal for keeping iced beverages cold, while retaining warmth for heated drinks. Fashioned from sturdy stainless steel, the collaborative utensil takes on a rather simplistic design template, with each of the companies logos appearing on a basic tonal color scheme.

You can look for this new bottle design in-store and online throughout Japan for a price of ¥4,000 JPY (approximately $36 USD) on June 27.

Elsewhere in the design world, UNDERCOVER & Medicom Toy team up on the Golden Gilapple clock.

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