Inside Pip Edwards’ $320 ‘care package’ her P.E Nation staff sent HER to survive lockdown – including a self-help book, macadamia hand cream, vegan chocolate and a chakra spray
With lockdown set to continue for several more weeks at least, many employers are checking in on their staff working from home to make sure they’re holding up.
But that’s not the case for Pip Edwards, whose staff at activewear label P.E Nation seem to be more concerned about her well-being during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Several employees pitched in to send Pip, 41, a $320 luxury care package, which she received at her multimillion-dollar Bondi Beach home on Wednesday.
How generous! Several P.E Nation staffers pitched in to send founder Pip Edwards (pictured) a $320 luxury care package to help her survive Sydney’s Covid-19 lockdown on Wednesday
She showed off the gifts on Instagram Stories, proving to her 177,000 followers just how popular she is at the office.
The hamper included a candle, self-help books to deal with anxiety, haircare products, macadamia nut hand balm and a sleeping mask.
She also received an array of delicious snacks, including raw vegan chocolate, chocolate-coated nuts and salted peanuts.
Pip was gifted card games, too, which will no doubt keep her entertained at home.
What a gift! The hamper included a candle, self-help books to deal with anxiety, haircare products, macadamia nut hand balm and a sleeping mask
Success story: The Australian Financial Review reported in June last year that Pip had earned an incredible $20million in revenue during the 2020 fiscal year
Inside Pip’s hamper
- Aveda shampoo and conditioner – $104
- Aveda Leave In Conditioner Spray – $53
- Aveda Chakra balancing body mist – $63
- Slip pure silk sleeping mask – $55
- Leif kakadu plum hand balm with macadamia nut – $24
- Loco Love Coconut & Cashew Chocolate – $5.75
- Uno pack – $7
- Monopoly pack – $9
And to keep fit in lockdown, Pip was gifted an ‘ab challenge pack’ from Fluid Form Pilates.
‘Just WOW. Thank you so much for this lockdown survival kit,’ she wrote in the caption.
‘What would I do without my team? Thank you for thinking of me during this time.’
The Australian Financial Review reported in June last year that Pip had earned an incredible $20million in revenue during the 2020 fiscal year.
P.E Nation had effectively quadrupled its profits since it was founded five years ago, having reported $5.2million in revenue in 2016/17.
The brand has collaborated with the likes of Caseify, Speedo and clothing giant H&M, which saw a 30-piece collection stocked worldwide.
P.E Nation’s jackets already command prices of up to $450, and can be found in luxury department stores in Australia and around the world.
In 2019, Pip described the growth of her business as ‘exponential,’ and said they’d had to move office five times.
‘We’ve just kept growing and growing. We’ve moved office five times to keep up and have a team of 25 at head office now,’ she told Marie Claire.
No stopping her: In 2019, Pip described the growth of her business as ‘exponential’ and said P.E Nation had had to move office five times