UNIQLO's "LifeWear: Made for All” Quality Clothing for All People and All Situations

Recently, global apparel retailer UNIQLO launches LifeWear: Made for All,” a multimedia campaign featuring personal, insightful interviews with tennis legend Roger Federer, renowned NYC artist Futura, UNIQLO Team Sweden’s table-tennis champ Anna-Carin Ahlquist, Uniqlo U Artistic Director Christophe Lemaire of the UNIQLO Paris R&D Center, the company’s social mission partners, and other voices from all over the globe.

LifeWear is the unique UNIQLO philosophy regarding clothes, rooted in the belief that rational and excellent design, plus the best in modern production techniques, creates perfect high-quality and affordable clothing that meets the needs of everyone’s daily lifestyles. This practical philosophy underscores how UNIQLO views the world, and LifeWear guides the company in everything it does - from creating thoughtful, life-improving clothing to its efforts around sustainability and community engagement.
I support the company’s LifeWear philosophy. LifeWear’s mission goes beyond creating great quality clothing - it’s about improving the lives of all people, all around the world.” Roger Federer, UNIQLO Global Brand Ambassador.

Watch the short film and explore the interviews (click here) to hear individual stories and learn about what LifeWear means to UNIQLO employees and friends. 

Through their eyes, the company sees how LifeWear is relevant to everyone, everywhere, in everyday situations - from a spirited NYC street soccer game to the dedication of a volunteer Milanese Alpine rescue team. These and other inspiring stories show that LifeWear is a positive force helping people live better lives.

If you take a look at the website, you will understand that LifeWear is:
— The highest quality for everyone
— Inspired by life’s needs
— Ingenious in detail
— Simple and perfected as a component of any style
— Looking ahead and continuing to evolve

That’s the promise of LifeWear. That's very relevant to all of us, ain't it?

Meanwhile, please stay safe!

Be deelicious.

MINIMALIST LAB for Raya or perhaps, for any occasion

Donning accessories is not necessarily just for festive or Raya. Accessories completes your outfit of the day or mood. It is a statement. This is why Minimalist Lab has curated a wide selection of our MNML ELEMENTS products into their Minimalist Raya Collection but do feel free to browse their many designs as well. 

MNML believe in classy and versatile minimal jewellery that is timeless and can be worn for all occasions and no occasions at all (as when you think it's right, it IS RIGHT...), I like that. 

Leave behind the “wear once and done” festive shopping behaviour this year with our products that are made for the everyday women. Wear them on their own for your day-to-day outfit but dress them up to complete your look of the day by stacking and layering them!


These jewelleries are simple enough that more is definitely more! MNML curated a few suggestions for you to pair them together and show you how these minimal jewelleries can definitely complement your festive style. They are fashionable and easy to style, you’ve just got to mix and match them and experiment with your own aesthetic.


MNML have stores located in Mid Valley and Pavillion and you can order online as well. If you feel that today is the day to don some accessories, why not?

Be deelicious and stay safe!

Make A Memorable Celebration with Elevete Patisserie’s Raya Special

Are we still in the mood for Raya? I guess we do, Raya is for the entire month and with good cakes or desserts, it's a celebration, any time of the year!

Elevete Patisserie has officially rolled out their Raya Special ready to be enjoyed by everyone this festive season. These exclusive collections are made available online from now until 27th of May to spark joy during this festive Ramadan and Hari Raya Aidilfitri.

Reminisce your Hari Raya back in kampung with Elevete Patisserie’s Raya Special by treating you and your loved ones to these delicacies. As it is the month of reuniting between families and friends, Elevete Patisserie wishes a blessed Ramadan and a delightful Hari Raya Aidilfitri to you and your family.

On the Raya Special menu, one of the best-sellers, The Locale Cake is now redesigned to the Pandan Delight Cake. Making a twist for this joyous occasion, it is topped with coconut chocolate decoration and hand rolled ondeh-ondeh, perfect to be the centrepiece of your dessert table. Looking for a dessert gift box instead?

Mesra Delights is a wholesome box of Raya cookies galore with Pineapple Tarts, Ketupat Design Butter Cookies, Raspberry Chocolate Bonbons and Nutella Pods, surely warm enough to be gifted to the ones near and dear to you.

Hype up your kuih raya table with Aneka Aidilfitri Platter, a mixed platter of traditional local desserts including Pandan Gula Melaka Cake Bites, Nutella Pods, The Batik Indulgence, Ondeh Ondeh Roulade and Premium Dates, ideal for your Aidilfitri celebration. The Batik Indulgence imitating Batik prints, is a classic recipe with a modern twist, enriched with chocolate ganache for the sweet tooth of yours.

Meriah Treasure is like a treasure box. With the new addition of Butterscotch Cookies Cake Bites and Tokeru Cheesecake Bites, this treasure box is a mix and match of six flavours of cake bites, gathering six pieces of cake bites from each flavour. The last fine piece on the Raya Special is the Ondeh Ondeh Roulade, a light delicate pandan sponge rolled between coconut buttercream mixed with gula Melaka sugar crystals, topped with refreshing Hawaiian coconut flakes and mini pandan leaves.

Elevete Patisserie’s Raya Special is now available online on Elevete Patisserie’s official website. Pre-order your choice of exclusive desserts now at this website or you can contact 018-3703770 or email to hello@elevete.com.my to place your order.

So, if you need a reason to bite into something sweet and lovely, why not try Elevete Patisserie's Raya Special or check out their signature desserts and cakes too! 

Be deelicious and stay safe guys!

Taco Bell Malaysia Opens Its First Restaurant in Cyberjaya (and soon, in Tropicana Gardens Mall!)

Taco Bell, the world’s largest Mexican-inspired American fast-food brand, officially opened its doors for the first time in Malaysia on 2 April in Cyberjaya, the heartland of Digital Malaysia and home to a thriving community of innovators within Selangor.

This restaurant truly captures Taco Bell’s “Live Más” brand philosophy which translates to “Live More”, as in more fervently and authentically, giving customers a truly unique dining experience accompanied by great food. Recognizing Malaysians’ passionate love of food, Taco Bell Malaysia introduces the spirit of “Live Kaw Kaw” – a colloquial expression that encourages Malaysians to make every day extraordinary through a truly unique dining experience.

“We are excited to finally bring this youthful and iconic brand to Malaysia, starting with Cyberjaya, our first Taco Bell outlet. The Mexican-inspired cuisine of Taco Bell is most certainly the best in the world from a restaurant chain. The two-story restaurant design features Taco Bell’s signature iconic styles throughout the building from the rainbow-colored Taco ceiling to our indoor sunroom with high glass panels, reflecting the brand’s youthful Taco Bell spirit,” said Harris Beh, Taco Bell Malaysia’s Franchise Operator.

Taco Bell, started in 1962 by founder Glen Bell in Southern California, quickly became a global powerhouse as it expanded to over 30 countries. The brand is known for making a big splash whenever it enters a new market, embracing fans, young and old, and welcoming them to its iconic and contemporary brand experience.

One of the key features of Malaysia’s first Taco Bell restaurant is the centerpiece mural art that is an interpretation of how the spirit of Malaysian culture and the Taco Bell brand are perfectly blended; the mural is designed in collaboration with local Malaysian artist, Wilson Ng. This initiative is part of the brand’s commitment to supporting the local creative community. All the features in the restaurant combine to create a colorful, fun and Instagram-worthy space. 

Other restaurant features include an open-kitchen theatre where fans can watch their meals being prepared, free high-speed WiFi access throughout the restaurant, multiple stations to charge customer’s mobiles and laptops, buzzers to inform customers when their food is ready for pick up, and so much more. 

The Taco Bell menu is customizable to fit any customer’s preferences. Guests can taste the bold flavors, best-in-class ingredients, including the taco shell and tortillas, proteins such as seasoned ground beef, seasoned ground chicken, grilled chicken, and crispy chicken. Vegetarians can switch the protein to black beans for most items on the menu.

The brand is also proud to introduce the “Bell Rice Bowl”, featuring our very own Malaysian-made sambal to cater to the Asian palate; a menu item that is unique to Malaysia. For dessert, the brand recommends their delicious Cinnamon Twists and Chocodilla™. All our combos come with a side of Nacho Chips or Mexican Fries and we offer free refills of soft drinks for all our combo meals as well. Most importantly, all ingredients used to prepare the food at Taco Bell Malaysia are from halal-certified sources. 

“Malaysians will absolutely take to Taco Bell – a fantastic Mexican-inspired cuisine that is not only uniquely tasty, scrumptious, but also very balanced. The menu is easily customizable to fit anyone’s preferences and lifestyle. We plan to roll out Taco Bell to the urban areas across Malaysia so many more food lovers will be able to enjoy this exciting cuisine. They will have the choice of dining in or ordering take away, whereas delivery will be available in the near future,” said Harris Beh.

Ankush Tuli, Managing Director Asia Pacific Taco Bell, emphasizes the excitement with the Malaysia opening and future expansion plans for the market. 

“We are thrilled to bring the Taco Bell brand to Malaysia. There is such a rich food culture here and we are really excited to make Taco Bell a part of it with our craveable, Mexican-inspired food, youthful and adventurous brand spirit.  We are grateful to all our fans in here who have been waiting for the brand to open in Malaysia and we are delighted to invite all of them to come and try our signature and iconic food at our first location at Cyberjaya. We look forward to growing the brand to reach more and more fans throughout the country,” said Ankush Tuli. 

For more information about the brand, fans can visit Taco Bell Malaysia’s website www.tacobell.com.my or follow our social media channels Facebook, Instagram (@tacobellmalaysia) and Twitter (@tacobellmy). Restaurant Address: Taco Bell, Lot SD-02, Off Persiaran APEC, Cottage Walk, 63000, Cyberjaya, Selangor.

If you need the menu, it is here:

My personal favourite is The Taco Supreme (made fresh and taste really GOOD!) and the loaded nachos! And soon, of course, Taco Bell is probably opening REAL SOON in Tropicana Gardens Mall, PJ!!!

Be deelicious!

UNIQLO Launches New Game Wear for Roger Federer

UNIQLO, the Japanese global apparel retailer, today announces new replica game wear for styles to be worn by Roger Federer at the 2021 French Open.
The game wear was designed and developed at the UNIQLO Paris R&D Center, led by Christophe Lemaire, in consultation with the athletes. It will include kids sizes. Federers iconic RF cap will also be offered in two colorway options to match the game wear. Items will be available at selected UNIQLO stores and through the uniqlo.com online store, starting Monday, May 24th.

Roger Federer commented: The UNIQLO design team and I have been working on this outfit for over a year now, and we are happy to finally show you at my return to tennis later this month. We hope you agree the colors go so well with the red clay and beautiful Paris in spring. I want to thank the team for their hard work, and I look forward to seeing everyone again very soon.”

Roger Federer model: The Roger Federer model makes a simple yet powerful impression, its main color of bright red reminiscent of the famous clay courts, with dark blue accents at the collar, sleeves, and base. The wear is made of ultra-fast drying DRY-EX material, and three different types of mapped meshing in sweat-prone areas for improved breathability and maximum support during intense play.

DRY-EX made from recycled polyester:
One of the sustainability initiatives being pursued at UNIQLO is the development of DRY-EX products made of polyester fibers recycled from PET bottles. This unique material was made possible through partnership with Toray Industries, one of the world’s top fiber and materials innovation companies.

New filtering technologies to remove impurities in recycled PET bottles allows for the production of high-quality specialty fibers. The new material retains the moisture-wicking functionality of DRY-EX, while providing a level of comfort that allows players to perform at their best.

Roger Federer Game Wear & RF Cap available at UNIQLO Fahrenheit 88, UNIQLO KLCC, UNIQLO Mid Valley Megamall, UNIQLO DA Square and at uniqlo.com from RM29.90 to RM129.90.

Be deelicious!

The Season Of Giving with Elevete Patisserie Christmas Confectionery - Send Some Love to Your Loved Ones!

This festive season, home ground patisserie brand, Elevete Patisserie officially announced their Christmas confectionery collection and dessert lovers can now purchase and enjoy a variety of Christmas desserts this holiday season.

Brownie Tower

Elevete Patisserie has lined out the best desserts of cakes to keep you feeling jolly during this Christmas. Elevete Patisserie encourages its customers to anticipate and rejoice Christmas this December even if the entire country is still fighting the pandemic.

Why not brighten someone’s day with Elevete Patisserie Christmas Stacked Brownies decorated with actual Christmas ornaments and fruits. Have the Elevete Patisserie Santa’s Little Hats, something quirky for kids and adults too. 

Have some little Santa's hats!

Apart from exciting desserts to choose from, Elevete Patisserie stays true to the Christmas celebration with original and staple desserts such as the Elevete Patisserie Grandma’s Fruit Cake, made with mixed fruits soaked in orange juice, walnuts, cinnamon and fondant brulee. 

Mouth watering Elevete Patisserie Christmas Log Cake made with salted caramel chocolate cake with chocolate cream frosting. Dare to be different and order the Elevete Patisserie Christmas Wreaths that comes with 15 pieces of Macarons of Cherries and Blueberries with flavours including Rose Lychee, Salted Popcorn and Red Velvet.

Elevete Patisserie Christmas Confectionery extends its offering to non-christmas themed cakes. Have yourself a Salted Caramel Macadamia Cheesecake, Macaron Tower with Brownies and Sugee Loaf or surprise someone with any of these delectable confectionery.

Due to the pandemic, a lot of celebrations were scaled down to a small celebration as Malaysia tightened the rules and regulations during the festive season. This has inspired Elevete to introduce a Virtual Party package where customers can purchase their favorite desserts to be sent to their loved ones.

You won’t miss a single sharing moments abound with laughter and conversations, even if it is virtual!

Received this and pretty happy with the nice touches and finishes, really pretty and great idea to send to your friends and family or even business associates!

Christmas is a very special occasion where families and friends gather to celebrate in the spirit of love and togetherness. Where hatchets are buried as we remind each other about the importance of tolerance and forgiveness.
Begin your festive planning with Elevete Patisserie here,

Current promo on website...

Mix & March Cake Bites - perfect for self-indulgence or for home party and gathering. Or simply deliver to your loved ones!

So if you are looking to surprise someone, this could be it. And why not? Send some cheers and love this holiday! And also note that all confectionery is available for delivery within 24 hours.

Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all, from Deelicious.my!

Roche Malaysia's Pharmaceutical Division Organized Its First Healthcare Hackathon

Recently, Roche (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd, the pharmaceutical division, organized its first Hackathon, where staff came together during the CMCO to brainstorm realistic, innovative healthcare solutions for Malaysian cancer patients.

Themed ‘Reimagine Healthcare’, this 3-day event was co-organised with
MaGIC (The Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre) and was participated by employees from the Roche group in Malaysia, comprising the pharmaceutical, diagnostic and shared service centre. They were guided by a trainer, mentors and validators, with the aim of finding ideas that can potentially deliver real and potential impact to Malaysia’s healthcare system and cancer patients.

A hackathon is an event (usually hosted by a technology company or organization) where programmers gather for a short period of time to collaborate on a project. The participants normally work rapidly and often work without sleep to achieve their task, as the events generally last between 24 hours to a few days. 

“Hackathons have rapidly evolved and have become more flexible in recent years, and are now widely used in different industries,” said Lance Duan, the General Manager of Roche Malaysia. “Thus, I am pleased to see Hackathon evolving into the healthcare industry, as these proposed solutions may change the paradigm for patients and the healthcare ecosystem.”

Lance Duan, General Manager of Roche Malaysia

This 3-day event was co-organised with MaGIC, who helped bring in the mentors for the Hackathon. “Through this Hackathon journey, I believe the participants benefited from the insights and guidance from the diverse stakeholders, as not only were they from the healthcare community, but also from the digital and technology arena,” said Dzuleira Abu Bakar, CEO of MaGIC. 

Dzuleira Abu Bakar, CEO of MaGIC

Prior to the 3-day Hackathon event in November, there were 2 ‘ignition’ sessions for all Roche colleagues to join, whereby external speakers from various industries shared and discussed their innovation journey and how it had transformed their organisations to deliver a bigger and better impact within their industries.

When the Healthcare Hackathon kick-started on the first day, Roche staff were divided into 6 teams' and were introduced to the problem statement - How best to enable cancer patients to receive the best treatment for their specific condition. Through-out the first and the second day, the teams used design thinking to ideate and propose prototype solutions, while investigating different methodologies for their concept.

At the end of the third day, the 6 teams pitched against each other, when they presented their concept to the judges, who were Lance and several healthcare professionals. The judges looked for ideas that demonstrated a true commitment to innovation and digital utilization that delivered real, measurable impact and a realistic adoption of their concept. 

Dr. Benjamin Cheah, a Consultant Rheumatologist, who was one of the validators and judges, said, “I was privileged enough to witness an innovative event organised by Roche Malaysia. I am always inspired by the passion and enthusiasm of individuals. It was an honour to see the embrace of new ideas and the commitment to sustainable and positive innovation in healthcare.”

Dr. Benjamin Cheah, Consultant Rheumatologist

Lance also added, “As one of the judges, I was impressed with the 6 teams’ presentations, given the limited period to share innovative solutions for cancer patients. To me, all the ideas generated expressed a genuine desire to deliver meaningful change for Malaysian patients. By working together across different divisions, this enabled the OneRoche experience, which also helped the teams stay motivated as we deliver better outcomes to more patients faster. I thank the trainer, mentors and validators for their time and effort through-out, as well as my fellow judges for their hard work in reviewing the presentations with me”.

Two winners were announced - one in early childhood cancer education and the second an application on breast cancer. In the next few months, the winning teams will be provided with sponsors, mentors and sounding boards to make their ideas come to life. 

“I see the potential of Hackathons, in promoting out-of-the-box approaches to creating realistic solutions, and I look forward to more creative, disruptive ways, like our Healthcare Hackathon as this promotes innovation and radical collaboration in our bid to do more for Malaysian patients,” Lance added. 

UNIQLO: Opens its First Roadside Store in Malaysia, Three-Day Special Offers to Celebrate

FINALLY OPEN!!! And Malaysians really swamped that place! Was at the new store earlier on for the media preview and we gotta say, we LOVE IT!

UNIQLO DA Square, the Japanese apparel retailers first roadside store in Malaysia opens at 10am today to customers waiting eagerly in line to enter. The new store, located at Bandar Sri Damansara, is celebrating its opening with a three-day period of special offers to welcome the first customers. From December 18-20, the first 500 customers to enter the store each day will receive a goodie bag, and every customer who makes a purchase of RM200 or more in a single transaction will receive a UNIQLO U tote bag.

Yuki Yamada, CEO of UNIQLO Malaysia and Singapore remarked, The 15,100 square feet DA Square store is carefully designed to ensure enough space and accessibility for all, including families with children, elderly people and people with disability. With its open and roomy interior, the store offers a refreshing shopping experience for customers. Even customers who are familiar with UNIQLO products can quickly locate what they want, with a full-range display of each product category and well-planned, easy-to-cruise sections of the shopping floor.


Malaysia is the fifth country outside Japan and the third in Southeast Asia to open a roadside type store, and follows successful launches in South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and the Philippines. UNIQLO roadside stores are strategically located to serve as close-to-home stores for customers in nearby townships, giving locals the chance to enjoy a quick and convenient trip to UNIQLO.


Some highlights and features of UNIQLO DA Square include:

> The only store to carry the full range of AIRism beddings;

> The second store (after UNIQLO Fahrenheit 88) to feature UTme! corner, which offers sticker design customization and printing service for T-shirt and tote bag!

> Sustainability Corner to advocate making of clothing sustainably and educate customers on how they can join hands with UNIQLO to contribute to a more sustainable society by participating in its recycling initiative; and

> Full range display of each product category, such as AIRism beddings, men’s & women’s innerwear, maternity, baby and kids wear, and bags, shoes and socks!

Malaysia is the fifth country outside Japan and the third in Southeast Asia to open a roadside type store, and follows successful launches in South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and the Philippines. UNIQLO roadside stores are strategically located to serve as close-to-home stores for customers in nearby townships, giving locals the chance to enjoy a quick and convenient trip to UNIQLO.

UNIQLO DA Square operating hours are from 10am to 10pm daily. Same-level parking is available for customers outside the store building, including spaces for people with disabilities.


UNIQLO DA Square Roadside Store

Address: UNIQLO DA Square, A-G-1, Lot 2005, Persiaran Perdana, Bandar Sri Damansara PJU 9, 52200 Kuala Lumpur

For further information on UNIQLO DA Square roadside store, go to Official website: www.uniqlo.com  Facebook: www.facebook.com/uniqlo.my/ and Instagram: www.instagram.com/uniqlomyofficial/

Tetangga Kita Launches “Makasih Ya”: A CSR Effort to Support Communities Affected by the COVID-19

We see our local businesses doing good and making changes for the betterment of their local community, one of those, is Tetangga Kita, an eatery originated from Indonesia specializing in martabak, has recently introduced its new packaging –  “To all our frontliners, Makasih Ya” to show appreciation towards frontliners in this unprecedented time. 

In conjunction with the campaign, Tetangga Kita is partnering with The Hope Branch, a non-profit organisation (NGO), founded by Harith Iskander and Dr Jezamine also known as Pertubuhan Harapan Amal Harith Iskander, where part of proceeds of the total campaign sales will be donated to the NGO.

Martabak Telor Spicy Mayo
Aiming to bring the Indonesian street food closer to Malaysians, the martabak-focused eatery uses authentic ingredients and recipes imported from Indonesia. Tetangga Kita offers two options, Martabak Manis and Martabak Telor, translated as sweet martabak and savoury martabak respectively. For Martabak Manis, customers have the option to enjoy the thicker version with the richness of the flavour in a whole bite or the perfectly rationed thin version to savour the crisp and crunchy taste of it.

New packaging featuring frontliners!

Some of the specialities on Tetangga Kita’s menu include the Jagung Keju (Tebal), Lotus Biscoff (Tebal) and Sapi, which is the crispy egg martabak with beef tenderloin, onions and leek. As appealing as it sounds, cold beverages such as the bottled Cold Brew Latte, made from single-origin Ethiopian Yirgacheffe coffee beans cold-brewed with milk and a hint of gula Melaka, is another offering perfectly paired with the choice of martabaks available. Tetangga Kita has two outlets, one is located in Hartamas Shopping Centre, Kuala Lumpur and another outlet in Paradigm Mall, Petaling Jaya.

Martabak Manis Lotus (Tebal)

Tetangga Kita, a brand who chooses to give back to the community, recognises the impact COVID-19 has brought to the livelihood of many communities. Tetangga Kita aims to be of help in areas that are needed, to support the frontliners. With the launch of the new packaging, Tetangga Kita jumps on the bandwagon to cherish the frontliners, hospitals, police and armed forces.

Kit Kat Green Tea Keju (Tebal)
Partnership with The Hope Branch Community

Tetangga Kita will be donating to The Hope Branch, an NGO officially launched to assist vulnerable families, single parents, Orang Kurang Upaya (OKU), marginalised community and B40 to sustain during this pandemic. To date, The Hope Branch has contributed 25,000 meals and has distributed grocery hampers benefitting 200,000 families. At the end of the campaign, Tetangga Kita will contribute part of the three-months-long proceeds to The Hope Branch.
During this CMCO, both Tetangga Kita outlets will only be opened for takeaway and deliveries. Customers can place their order at Tetangga Kita’s official website https://tetanggakita.oddle.me/en_MY/ or via their affiliated food delivery applications such as Grab Food, Food Panda and Oddle

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