SHEIN ALONG WITH UNITED NATIONS FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES SHEIN TOGETHER
GLOBAL FASHION BRAND SHEIN ALONG WITH UNITED NATIONS FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES SHEIN TOGETHER, ITS FIRST EVER VIRTUAL CONCERT
~ Katy Perry, Lil Nas X and Madeline Petch to perform on 10th May 2020~
Leading fast online fashion brand, SHEIN India, announces the brand’s first-ever digital entertainment festival, SHEIN Together, onMay 10, 2020. The four-hour digital event SHEIN Together will be streamed via SHEIN’s free app and will help to support and raise awareness and donations to benefit the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization (WHO) – powered by the United Nations Foundation.
The unique virtual showcase begins Sunday, May 10th at 01:30 IST and will be packed with exclusive music performances, celebrity segments, special influencer appearances, and TikTok guests. The stellar list includes performances by American Singer-songwriter – Katy Perry, American actress and YouTuber – Madelaine Grobbelaar Petsch and the American rapper, singer, and songwriter – Lil Nas X.
Additionally, viewers can donate through a donation link on the app and all funds will contribute to supporting the fund.
Recently, SHEIN India in an effort to salute the spirit and courage of Mumbai Hospitals and its healthcare workers who are selflessly braving the COVID-19 outbreak and keeping the nation going, SHEIN India, helped and supported Mumbai’s hospitals to fight COVID-19 by donating 1 Lakh Surgical Face Masks. Recognizing the efforts of these real heroes, SHEIN India, in association with Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College and General Hospital, has pledged todonate 1,00,000 Masks for the safety and health of the medical staff on the frontline of the pandemic.
Furthermore, keeping in mind the current situation,SHEIN India is taking several proactive measures for the safety and health of their customers and employees such as complying with Hospital health standards in disinfecting packages and warehouses several times each day, daily health check-ups for its employees by medical professionals, once they recommence their operations post the lockdown.