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The company’s first product is an innovative and fashionable take on the classic wardrobe staple
Magi Madeline Luxury Lucite Hangers
Magi Madeline Luxury Lucite Hangers in colors Carrie Pink, Jaded and Bluff Blue
BOSTON, January 31, 2023 (Newswire.com)
Woman-owned luxury brand Magi Madeline is excited to announce the launch of its luxury lucite garment hanger, designed to help keep any wardrobe space looking neat, organized, and above all, more modern and luxurious. Designed with the fashion-focused woman in mind, the hangers come in a variety of colors and styles, complete with an optional personalization service to add a customer’s initials to each hanger.
“I believe your hangers should be as luxurious and functional as the garments you’ve invested in,” said Magi Madeline Founder and wardrobe stylist Aishah Abdul. “The current luxury hanger industry falls flat when it comes to options, so I decided to create my own.”
After working with several clients to audit and organize their wardrobes, Abdul saw the need for more luxurious, colorful hanger options to help showcase clothing in a more elegant and stylish way. She launched Magi Madeline, naming the company after her grandmothers, to fill that gap and help even the most discerning customers spruce up their closets.
However, these hangers are as much about function as they are about high fashion. Sturdier and more durable than many of the most popular hangers currently on the market, they are designed to keep clothes in place and keep their shape. Your wardrobe is an investment, why not protect it and make it look good?
Magi Madeline also offers color customization and personalization services. This service allows customers to choose custom colors not offered to the general public and gold stamped initials on each hanger, adding to the customer’s own individual style.
Aishah Abdul is available for remote or in-person interviews to talk more about her exciting product launch, Magi Madeline, entrepreneurship, home décor and high-fashion trends. She can also offer tips for keeping an organized and functional wardrobe.
Black-Owned / Woman-Owned Luxury Brand
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Find more information at www.magimadeline.com.
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Black-Owned Luxury Brand Magi Madeline Launches Garment Hanger Line
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Signal Brands Collective Cohort 1
The first cohort of designers selected for the Signal Brands Collective are IHDA Winners, Jeff Wan, Ivana Curic, and Marija Curic of Curic & Curic; and Val\u00e8rie Blaise of Vavvoune, Sade Mims of edas, and Shaquita Garcia of AART NYC.
NEW YORK, January 30, 2023 (Newswire.com)
Signal Brands and The Handbag Awards join forces in creating the Signal Brands Collective, the first-ever handbag designer incubator. Launching in February 2023, the Signal Brands Collective is a 15-week program where the cohort of five selected independent handbag designers will be educated, guided, and mentored by IHDA Founder Emily Blumenthal. With the support of Signal Brands’ team and resources, designers will create their “hero bag” mini collection of three silhouettes consisting of a Tote, Satchel, and Crossbody, and will be provided a brand roadmap to have their bags retail-ready on a larger scale.
Signal Brands, a manufacturer and distributor of globally-renowned fashion brands licensed for handbags, small leather goods, luggage, and travel accessories, has been a long-time supporter of The Independent Handbag Awards. “The goal of the Signal Brands Collective is to find talented designers and give them the opportunity to learn about retail expectations, develop a product that can sell on a larger scale, and also give back to the handbag designer community,” says Jason Rimokh, CEO of Signal Brands. “We have partnered with the IHDA and Emily, and believe that it’s the talent of these handbag designers that truly impact the industry.”
Emily Blumenthal who has been often referred to as “The Handbag Fairy Godmother,” and is also the Author of “Handbag Designer 101,” Founder of The Handbag Awards and National Handbag Designer Day, has been a long-time advocate and voice of the independent handbag designer and has helped unknown brands garner placement into Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s and Saks Fifth Avenue. “After 15 years of The Handbag Awards, and teaching Fashion Marketing at Parsons The New School for Design, and Entrepreneurship at the Fashion Institute of Technology, it was the logical step to create the ‘Signal Brands Collective’ incubator,” Blumenthal says. “Signal Brands’ commitment to working with us through the IHDA made them a logical partner of nurturing talent where designers will create a collection via Signal Brands that will allow their brand to be available to a larger audience.”
The first cohort of designers selected for the Signal Brands Collective are IHDA Winners, Jeff Wan, Ivana Curic, and Marija Curic of Curic & Curic; and Valèrie Blaise of Vavvoune, Sade Mims of edas, and Shaquita Garcia of AART NYC.
About Signal Brands:
Signal Brands is a global leader in the design, manufacture, distribution, and sales of licensed fashion women’s handbags, small leather goods, and luggage. Signal Brands is a vertically integrated organization paying constant attention to research and development, design innovation, and adaptation to market changes. Tailored focuses on customer satisfaction is the important objective of the wholesale and retail distribution for each brand. The philosophy of Signal Brands is to champion long-term partnerships through a comprehensive licensing experience—from inspiration, concept, and design to production, sales, and marketing. Follow Signal Brands at www.signalbrands.com and @signalbrands.
About The Handbag Awards:
Founded in 2007 by Emily Blumenthal, the Independent Handbag Designer Awards celebrates handbag design and talent from the United States and across the globe. Now in its fifteenth year, it is an industry staple and is the only international design competition to discover, recognize and amplify unknown independent handbag designers and give them the opportunity to become acclaimed brands. Follow The Handbag Awards at thehandbagawards.com, emilyblumenthal.com, and @HandbagDesigner.
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