Have you heard about KOKOON? (Me either until just recently - I can't believe I had no idea about this amazing company! Thank God USA Love List is there to keep me informed about all the best brands that are made in the USA!)
KOKOON is a "boutique without borders;" a modern, private pop-up boutique, that brings their contemporary clothing line to women via private appointments and in-home trunk shows. Think: a high end boutique coming to you, not a tupperware party, or worse, a makeup lady trying to recruit you to sell lipstick! (Come on, you KNOW what I'm talking about!) KOKOON stands by the principles of No Presentations, No Speeches, No Recruiting Tactics, No Multi-Level Marketing - just bringing the [made in the USA] boutique to you.
Owner and Designer Laine Sou Weinberg says, “I thought a traveling, private boutique could be an amazing shopping experience if it was done properly. I know what makes me uncomfortable with home trunk shows and I assumed other women felt the same. So, we took the cringe factor out of ‘home parties’ and developed a concept that we and everyone associated with us could be proud of.”
Want to hear some great news? KOKOON's Twice Yearly Online Sale and Clearance event is going on right now! You don't need to put on makeup or dust your living room for this party! There are literally hundreds of limited edition and one-of-a-kind women’s items that are proudly designed and manufactured in the U.S.A. available to you at 30% to 90% off retail prices. Ah-mazing! You can check out the sale now here.
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Want some more good news? I'm teaming up with USA Love List to giveaway a $100 KOKOON gift card! Contest runs until August 1 and you can enter here:
Best of luck lovelies!
About KOKOON founder Laine Sou Weinberg:
Laine Sou Weinberg started KOKOON in 1987 when her then-boyfriend-now-husband, Richard Weinberg, took her first sample line on a cross country road trip and returned with her first retail store orders. Soon after, the fledgling company landed their first major chain store order. That led to many years of successful retail and catalog relationships which included Nordstrom, Bloomies by Mail, Dayton Hudson, Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy’s, Fred Segal, White House Black Market, and over 1400 boutiques.