With lockdowns across the country coming to an end and summer on its way, it's officially time to celebrate. And what better way than with a free $150 Yu Mei voucher to spend on the leather goods of your dreams?
The Yu Mei brand
A leather goods label devoted to the creation of understated luxury, Yu Mei's mission is to create quality products to take you through all the ups and downs life throws at you.
Established by Jessie Wong in 2015, and based in Wellington, New Zealand, each bag design is born from the ethos that simplicity and functionality are key. With a strong focus on utility, the brand has been created by women for women to ensure you can carry everything you actually need in a day with you.
Yu Mei's latest endeavour? Under The Same Sun - its Spring Summer 21-22 collection examining the hazy daze between spring and summer. A collection built on optimism and ease, where time seems to stretch indefinitely.
"In a season of high energy, there is power in relenting to the chaos and leaning into the present. Wherever we are, there’s comfort in knowing we’re under the same sun."
We want you to be the first to experience the new collection via a live Digital Presentation at 6:00PM AEDT (8:00PM NZT) on Thursday, October 28. The full collection, including limited-release colourways and textures will be available to shop thereafter.
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How do I sign up?
To get your free Yu Mei gift simply subscribe, renew or extend your domestic Australian RUSSH magazine subscription for $50 or your New Zealand RUSSH magazine subscription for $60.* By doing so you'll receive a $150 voucher to spend on the leather goods of your choice. But get in quick because we've only got 30 to give away and they won't last long.
By subscribing you'll also receive four issues of RUSSH delivered straight to your door. Plus access to various unique offers and invites exclusive to RUSSH subscribers.
Get yours now here for Australian subscribers and here for New Zealand subscribers. Remember, these offers are for a limited time only. Once, they’re gone, they’re gone.