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Vaute Couture Pop-Up Shop Appears at MooShoes, Let the Coats Rain Down!

Filed under: New York City Shopping

Vaute Couture Pop-Up Shop

ATTENTION GIRLS AND BOYS: Vaute Couture‘s sprung a pop-up shop at MooShoes! This Saturday, September 11 till Wednesday, September 15 the gorgeous and talented Leanne Mai-Ly Hilgart will be selling the final pieces of the fall ’09 collection and previewing and pre-ordering the 2010 collection that includes coats for women and men! Yes, dudes, Leanne is not only beautiful and sweet and I COULD JUST GO ON THE WOMAN IS THE BEE’S KNEES, but she is making VEGAN COATS for all bodies!

This shop’s appointment-only, so e-mail with your date/time prefs — Saturday 2-7, Sunday 1-5, Tuesday 3-8, or Wednesday 12-5. Apparently there will also be free hugs and cupcakes! I take mine warm and with almond milk!

Also note: it’s discounted pre-order time at Vaute, which means 45 percent off the new collection if you pre-order a coat by September 15, which translates to serious moola since the coats are on the ‘spensive side. Can’t decide by then? There’s a tiered discount — the longer you wait, the smaller it is. Deets are at the Vaute blog.


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    Jason Das

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    Uh yeah, I might have to do this! Thanks for letting us know!!

  2. Comment by

    fat vegan

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    uh, that size chart is not inclusive of anyone outside a normative size. these coats are not for “all bodies.”

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    Awesome! I’ve always wanted to see these coats ‘in real life’ and to see how warm they are. Does anyone know though, if we make an appointment, is there an assumption that we have definitely to buy one?