Save The Duck is the effort at UBM PROJECT

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Donald Duck For Life!!!!!!!!!!

Save The Duck on Sunday gave yours truly an inside look of their men’s & women’s collection here at UBM’s PROJECT semi-annual men’s fashion trade show at the Javits Center here in New York City.

Save The Duck is a clothing design company performing the action by living up to the name itself, saving ducks by not using any real duck skin or fur to make their collection.

Instead, Save The Duck uses synthetic duck called Plumtech created by Save The Duck to avoid using actual animal, making for very breathable jackets that are lightweight and weather resistant.

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Save The Duck also has a recyclable collection completely made of 100 percent recycled bottles, as well as an athleisure collection geared more on springtime proving that Save the duck is not just about the environment, it’s also about being trendy.

One neat thing about Save The Duck is that each coat comes with its own bag, so that anybody can store their Save The Duck jacket in a lightweight bag when they’re not using it.

In Save The Duck’s collection of mens and women’s wear, as well as rain coats, Save The Duck was ranked as one of Forbes top eco-friendly brands, and the public also loves the message behind Save The Duck, almost identical to Ducks Unlimited, who’s fight is to preserve wetlands.

Save The Duck has also caught the eye of Disney, where Save The Duck has a collaboration with Disney featuring Donald Duck & Daisy Duck with a special collection for men, women, and kids.

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Save The Duck is very confident that the Disney collection will sell extremely well because kids will love it, adults will love it because they remember Donald Duck as a child, and the power of Disney alone will bring great sales to this special collection.

For Save The Duck, it’s all about not only sustainability, but it’s all about preserving the life of animals, responding to the concerns about animal testing people have, and staying within trends producing a collection that people will love for its fashion sense, and environmental sense.

Daniel Quintanilla

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