Fashion Meets Tech: Glass Handbag Launches Second Holiday Pop-Up Shop of the Season at Dejavu In Manhattan, December 20-22

Tamara Leuty, CEO and Designer of the innovative women’s fashion company, will offer holiday discounts and free gifts to attract customers to the event at the popular Upper East Side fashion boutique

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New York, NY (PRWEB) December 17, 2013

Glass Handbag—the first company to successfully incorporate an unobtrusive, no-heat illumination solution into women’s handbags—has announced their brand will be featured at the Upper East Side, Manhattan location of Dejavu.

Dejavu, located at 223 East 60th Street, is open to the public and will host Glass Handbag on its second floor Friday, December 20th through Sunday, December 22nd, between the hours of Noon and 10 PM. The second floor of Dejavu’s Upper East Side location is a showcase for new artists and designers—mixing fashion and art and creating a unique shopping experience in the process.

Tamara Leuty, CEO and Designer of the innovative women’s fashion company, will offer holiday discounts and free gifts to attract customers to the event at the popular Upper East Side fashion boutique. Glass Handbag will be running a promotion to attract shoppers during the holiday event: all products will be offered with a 20% discount and every purchase will receive a free Rave Metal Clutch, which carries a retail value of $228.

About Glass Handbag:
Founded in 2011, Glass Handbag offers designer handbags featuring patent-pending technology allowing users to easily see the interior of their bags. As the first company to successfully present the long-desired solution to an issue that has plagued users since the invention of the handbag, Glass Handbag has carved a place for themselves in a highly- competitive sector of the fashion industry in a very short amount of time. For more information, please visit http://www.glasshandbag.com.

About Dejavu Fashion Group:
Founded in 2003 by retail connoisseur Kai Yang, Dejavu Boutique and Tailoring—now known as Dejavu Fashion Group—has experienced tremendous growth, beginning as a modest boutique in Flushing, Queens, and evolving into a prospering lifestyle brand, which now includes four retail locations and a hair salon. For more information, please visit http://www.ilovedejavu.com.


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