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De.Wan 1958 is the first of several monthly collaborations with BOSS in support of The Lost Food Project

Discerning foodies can show their appreciation for local F&B operators through BOSS' latest initiative called #BOSSTOGETHERMY. Savouring specially curated menus from local restaurants is only one of the many reasons to show some love for this campaign.

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The campaign kicks off this month with a tantalising collaboration with Chef Wan's restaurant, De.Wan 1958. Rendang Daging Rusa and Udang Kari Masala are only a few of the traditional local dishes customers can look forward to when ordering the initiative's five-course meal that is perfect for sharing among a group of four people. Alternatively, a one-person menu is available for takeaway or delivery.

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Every purchase comes with a complimentary MY Unity tiffin illustrated by local artist Tiffany Choong. The charming illustration depicting Malaysian flora and fauna not only make for an eye-catching picnic container but also puts the spotlight on the importance of protecting the majestic yet critically endangered Malayan tiger.

More importantly, 10 per cent of every purchase will be channeled to The Lost Food Project, which salvages unused fresh produce to be cooked and distributed to the needy. "With this initiative, we hope that we can encourage people to pay it forward as we all continue to do our little part to support the economy,” says Steven Lam, managing director of Hugo Boss South East Asia Pte Ltd. Customers will also receive a RM100 BOSS voucher with every purchase of the BOSS x De.Wan Exclusive menu.

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Future collaborations will see BOSS working with Madam Kwan's and Siti Li, among others. For more details on the #BOSSTOGETHERMY collaboration with De.Wan 1958, click here.

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