SKN Design Partners with Andy & Debb for Upcoming New York Fashion Week Event
Mattituck, NY., September 3, 2008 - SKN Design, a personal and home accessory design company, will contribute to the Andy & Debb
Fashion Week Spring 2009 Runway Show in New York City on September 6. Designers Seokwon Andy Kim and Wonjeong Debbie Yoon will incorporate SKN's collection of assorted reusable cotton totes into their
first Fashion Week appearance.
The Andy & Debb Runway Show will take place at 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 6 in the Promenade at Bryant Park. This season's Mercedes Benz Fashion Week runs
SKN's totes are currently available in five designs - Carrot, Blueberry, Tomato, Lemon
and Asparagus. The organic bags use 100 percent, U.S.-certified organic cotton grown
without harmful chemicals, causing minimal disruption to the environment.
Currently, SKN's line of reusable bags is available at exclusive retailers in New York and
California. The bags are also available for purchase individually or as a set on
For more information about SKN Design's involvement in Mercedez Benz New York Fashion Week or
its reusable cotton totes, please contact SKN at firstname.lastname@example.org or
About Andy & Debb
This Korean design duo is making its American runway debut at the Mercedes Benz
Fashion Week. Seokwon Andy Kim and Wonjeong Debbie Yoon launched their label,
Andy & Debb, in 1999 in Seoul and now operate 10 freestanding boutiques throughout
the country. Their Spring 2009 collection is art-inspired. For previous collections they
collaborated with sculptor Osang Gwon to create accessories and collage artist Miro Kim
to develop unique prints. They have also designed the uniforms for all McDonald's
locations in Korea.
About SKN Design
SKN Design was co-founded by Christopher DeGregorio and Jennifer Stevenson as a
personal and home accessory design company that integrates sustainability into its fresh
creations as a standard part of the design process. SKN reusable shopping totes are
currently available in designer boutiques and directly on SKN's Web site at
www.getskn.com.. After their appearance in NY's Fall 2008 Fashion Week, SKN totes
were named the "Most Useful" reusable totes by Style.com. The totes have also been
featured in national publications, including Health and Town & Country. SKN works
with the organization American Forests to plant a tree on their customers' behalf for
every order placed through getskn.com., and they invite retailers to also participate in this
program. Each SKN reusable bag saves the environment from the waste of about 330
plastic bags each year, and shoppers carrying the bags look damn good doing it!
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