TORONTO – 10-17-2018 (PRDistribution.com) — MANON, (MA – NO) the world’s first line of designer vegan winter coats that are warm and affordable officially launched its crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter today. Designed to make the world a better place without animal cruelty, MANON’s line are classic, trendy and chic but above all else warm and affordable.
MANON’s winter coats are designed and tested in the harsh Canadian winters. These coats are created by woman for woman with the simple goal to bring elegance, and glamor to women’s winter fashion without the bulk. MANON is designed to solve woman’s winter fashion related problems with one all purpose coat. This launch of Designer Coats delivers a product on trend that are made to be stylish, lightweight and comfortable, with inspiring features such as a personal intention for each coat inside, multiple pockets, form fitting and cut for true North American sizing.
“Everyone is looking for a single coat that can be multi-functional and deliver in a clutch moment, whether you are wearing jeans or dressed for an event.” said Katharine Bozek, Founder and CEO at MANON. “All of our coats are classic styles that will never fade and with our custom three and five barrier systems designed to keep you warm no matter what the weather. I wanted to create an innovative, empowering approach to warmth, without the use of any animal products”, said Bozek.“ We needed to create a great looking garment that was animal free, affordable, warm and inspiring to woman. We are all about the details, fine finishes, tailored fits and empowerment with a personal inspiring message in each coat. This all comes together with our Vegan Cashmere, custom monogrammed buttons and detailed trim. I know you will Love MANON as much as we do”.
MANON features include a personal intention inside that each time you reach for your MANON you are reminded you are special.Quality gold colored buttons, gold braid trim, red satin lining and trim are hallmarks of MANON.
“I’ve always wanted to be part of an ethical movement that could inspire confidence in women everywhere”, said Ghinel Bozek Design Contributor and Consultant to MANON. “Fashion is a visual representation of your inner self – the true you and every piece you wear should evoke a sense of confidence. This is the feeling of Manon. Our coats deliver a unique sense of classic opulence I have not seen before.Winter in Canada is brutal. But together we can make a difference through vegan warmth. No Animal should ever suffer in the name of fashion, style or warmth, when we can have it all with today’s technology. Enjoy!”
MANON coats are currently offered for women only, in nine styles, sizes S, M, L, including Dusters, Straight cut Trench, Classic dress and Elongated Pea Coat. All MANON coats are made with; their branded Vegan Cashmere outer, Satin lining and 3M Thinsulate insulation. Parkas for Men and Woman are available for pre-order during the Kickstarter campaign and feature the lightweight warmth found in major brands but 100% vegan.
MANON coats are available in varying colors by style and consumers will have their choice of pre-ordering from October 15th – November 17th. The styles offered by MANON range in price from $350 to $600 or more and during their Kickstarter campaign the coats can be pre-ordered starting at $175.
MANON is a Toronto based startup focused on developing creative design elegance, that delivers opulence on a budget without animal products. Katharine Bozek is an entrepreneur and activist designing and improving products to be staples in every woman’s wardrobe and inspire all who choose to wear MANON.
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