Here's one more reason why you should quit single-use coffee cups: Starbucks has just released a limited-edition merchandise collaboration with designer and stylist Rachel Zoe, and they look fasyon.

"I created these unique patters to really stand out, and be bold and powerful," says Rachel in a promotional video, and her designs really give that pop of color to your daily grind! Check the collection out:

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Rachel Zoe Palm Mug (12oz.)

P1,595

This ceramic mug with an original palm leaf design will add a touch of summer to your desk, no matter the season. It also gives a nod to Rachel's home: "The palm leaf print to me really exemplifies true California style," she says.

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Rachel Zoe Palm Luggage Tag

P645

Snap on this leatherette tag to your luggage if you're always jet-setting in and out of town!

Rachel Zoe Stainless Steel Tumbler (16oz.)

P1,495

This illustrated tumbler says "sophisticated" on different levelsaside from its design, it's quite functional as it's a double wall vacuum insulated tumbler which will keep your drinks hot (or cold) longer.

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The collection is available starting September 24, 2019 in select Starbucks branches

For more details on Starbucks' new promos, follow them on Facebook.

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