Kipling Launches Spring/Summer 2012 Collection on Its 25th Anniversary Celebration

Last Friday, March 30, 2012, Kipling celebrated its 25th year in the global retail industry at the SM Mall of Asia Atrium. I was glad I was invited to this event because I love bags!

Kipling’s 25th anniversary toast!

Guests participated in a number of cool games, like Spot the Monkey, Kipling for Keeps and Pair It!

Which of the two contestants have the most number of Kipling bags on their arms?

Can you guess how many monkeys are inside this tall glass?

Then, there was a fashion show that showcased Kipling’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection which included bags from the Basic, Basic Travel, Sweet Me, My Valentine, Vintage, Gorilla Girlz, City, City Business, 25 Years, Back to School and Working Life line.

I couldn’t get enough of these Kipling bags, and I was happy I was able to capture most of them in photos.

Kipling is available online at and at the following stores: SM Mall of Asia, SM North EDSA The Block, SM Megamall, SM Bacolod, SM Iloilo, SM Davao, SM Cebu, Robinsons Place Ermita, Rustan’s Alabang Town Center, Rustan’s Shangri-La, Rustan’s Gateway, Rustan’s Makati, Landmark Makati and TriNoma. To know more, visit Kipling Philippines on Facebook and get to find out more exciting news from the lovable monkey through

I would have loved to see more of the SM Mall of Asia and was meaning to check out some computer shops for their low laptop prices, but I was already pretty content watching the Kipling event that I decided to put off doing this for another day. Happy 25th anniversary, Kipling!

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2 Responses to Kipling Launches Spring/Summer 2012 Collection on Its 25th Anniversary Celebration

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  2. So how many monkeys were in the glass?

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