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Starbucks partners with K-pop group BLACKPINK to launch exclusive merchandise in Thailand

A portion of the profits from this collection will support healthcare workers who are impacted by COVID-19 through the Thai Red Cross Society.

Starbucks has partnered with K-pop group BLACKPINK to launch a limited-edition merchandise collection on July 12 in select stores in Thailand.

The Starbucks x BLACKPINK ‘Spark in You’ collection features the latter’s signature black and pink contrasting colors and sparkling star prints across drinkware and lifestyle accessories.

“Starbucks is very excited to offer a merchandise collection that celebrates young people’s talents and determination, as truly demonstrated by BLACKPINK,” said Nednapa Srisamai, Managing Director, Starbucks Thailand.

A portion of the profits from this collection will support healthcare workers who are impacted by COVID-19 through the Thai Red Cross Society, the coffee giant said.

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