We are honored to be working with Neiman Marcus
Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) October 5, 2006
Setting the standard in quality and excellence for luxurious pet lifestyles, Hedy Manon handbags, clothing and a one-of-a-kind signature butterfly serving set are featured in the 2007 Neiman Marcus Christmas Book released this week.
The limited-edition Hedy Manon serving set includes a pet bowl dipped in 18-karat gold with butterflies trimmed in Swarovski crystals (S.R.P. $250.00). It is accompanied by Hedy Manon pet clothes hangars accented with18-karat gold-plated nameplates also featuring Swarovski crystals (S.R.P. $8.00). The bowl and hangars were developed exclusively for Neiman Marcus by Hedy Manon.
Two Hedy Manon handbags that double as discreet pet carriers are also featured in the Christmas Book, as well as items from the Hedy Manon cashmere couture collection. Luxury products include:
- “The Rue de Scala” black-patent handbag made with Italian crocodile-stamped leather and intended to match a pet owner’s designer wardrobe. (S.R.P. $850.00)
- “The Monaco” brown hobo handbag with discreet magnetized flaps so owners can carry their pet completely incognito while providing pooches with a true 5-star lifestyle experience. (S.R.P. $750.00)
- Hedy Manon argyle vest (S.R.P. $245.00) and polo (S.R.P. $175.00) handmade with Italian cashmere and detailed with 18K gold buttons.
“We are honored to be working with Neiman Marcus,” said Hedy Woodrow, owner of the company. “Neiman Marcus represents true luxury and top-of-the-line quality that our high-profile clients demand.”
The Hedy Manon products featured exclusively in the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book can be purchased through the catalog or online at http://www.neimanmarcus.com and http://www.hedymanon.com. Hedy Manon can also be found at Zoomies in New York City, Maggie Wags Luxury Boutique in Norfolk, VA and other select retailers throughout the country.
Launched in April, the Hedy Manon couture collection changed the luxury pet industry and has received rave reviews by a wide variety of celebrities. This fall, world-renowned pet expert Charlotte Reed named the collection an integral part of the fashion trend for 2006.