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Rastaclat Takes Off with NASA for Accessories Collaboration

The two-bracelet collaboration aims to pay homage to NASA and its explorative efforts.

License Global

November 22, 2019

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NASA has teamed up with accessories brand Rastaclat for a space-inspired collection. The collaboration comes in two styles of bracelets, Asteroid and Comet, and aims to pay homage to NASA and its explorative efforts.

“At Rastaclat, we prioritize the virtue of discovery - discovering one’s self and discovering the unknown. NASA has always been an inspiration to believe in the unseen, push limits, explore and reach new heights,” says Daniel Kasidi, founder, Rastaclat. “Although we are not space traveling in our daily lives, we hope this product can encapsulate the message to inspire others to continue to push the limits and discover the unknown within themselves and their craft.”

The NASA x Rastaclat collection features braided cord and NASA-themed beads in classic Rastaclat bracelet style. Each bracelet arrives in a moon-emblazoned tin with the Rastaclat logo.

Decorated in international orange, red, white and blue, the Rastaclat NASA collection is now available at retailers for $22.99 and on Rastaclat.com.

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