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MAONO is hosting its first shopping event on the 13th of June 2013, at Science Club from 4:30pm to 8pm. MAONO’s event seeks to provide its guests with a unique shopping experience and is aimed to ensure a fun-filled and exhilarating evening.
The idea behind the Pop-Up Shop is to allow customers to get to know the brand and try on the clothes. Guests can all meet the MAONO team, socialize, and shop while enjoying wine and cupcakes. Guests can expect reputed stylist Grant Harris, a professional fashion consultant – featured in TIME, CNN, WSJ, Huffington Post – to give professional style advice.
Syga Thomas, CEO & Founder for MAONO, said, “We are very
excited to bring our unique brand to the DC area and we can’t wait to
share our ready-to-wear collection with our guests. Being a line for
young professionals, we have what people need in DC!”
MAONO Pop-Up Shop
The Science Club
1136 19th St NW
Date: June 13, 2013
Time: 4:30pm to 8pm
A percentage of sale proceeds benefit Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington Youth Programs. For registration please see our event invitation: MAONO Pop-Up Shop.
NOTE: You must be 21 years or older to attend this event. Proper ID will be required at the door.
MAONO is a modern luxury lifestyle brand appreciative of the past. Recognizing a void in the market for luxury goods at an accessible price point, MAONO set out to create great-cut, ready-to-wear clothes and accessories for both men and women. By working with in-house designers and partnering with some of the same factories used by your favorite designer brands, MAONO is able to produce superior-quality goods at revolutionary pricing. Launched in July 2011, MAONO sells its pieces exclusively online and select pop-up locations. By kicking the middleman out of the process and selling directly to the customer ,MAONO can donate part of their profits to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater DC – passing those savings on to the customer and the community. For more information please visit http://www.maono.com
About Grant Harris & Image Granted, LLC
Founded by Grant Harris in 2009, Image Granted is a Washington, DC based image consulting company dedicated to solving the complex image, style & fashion issues of today’s professional man. Mr Harris has been featured in several international publications such as The Wall Street Journal, TIME Magazine, The Chicago Tribune, The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, CNN, AOL, Men’s Health and others. For more information please visit Image Granted at www.imagegranted.com
谢谢 or xièxiè, (‘sheh sheh’) is how to say ‘Thank You’ in Mandarin. Remember that, because you will be saying it over and over again. Jackey Cafe is located in the heart of DC’s Chinatown on the north side of H st NW. Just a simple look around and you can see how hard it is to […]
Start July 4th in DC with America’s National Independence Day Parade. Obviously it’s going to get warm, okay hot, during the day so make your way into one of the many Smithsonian Museums. Refresh yourself and your memory on all the facts you learned in school. After soaking up some cold AC and information on […]