La Maison Mosinac is raising €8,000 to bring a unique handbag collection into reality

ANTWERP, BELGIUM – 04-16-2019 ( — La Maison Mosinac recently launched Gatti Handbag Collection on crowdfunding website Kickstarter. Mosinac is known as a luxury bags & accessories brand from Belgium. The Gatti Handbag Collection is an iconic luxury handbag design without the luxury markup. To take advantage of temporary discounts of up to 50%, please visit their campaign today at The tote bag with open top design is of exceptional quality and made from premium top grain cowhide leather. Characterized by a unique partially detachable suede leather cover on one side, Gatti is a true unique piece of art. Starting from €220 (or ~$250) for the early bird supporters, Gatti handbag is the true meaning of todays’ affordable luxury. “We believe Belgian designers are unfairly underrepresented in the world of fashion. We hope our customers will appreciate our unique handbag collection, and recognize our creativity and savoir-faire.” Stated by Mosinac founder Jonathan Reard. The handbags are available in a variety of colors. All Gatti handbags come with a decade long warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. Free worldwide shipping is included when purchasing through the Kickstarter campaign. For complete details of this amazing collection, including images and more, please visit their website at About Mosinac Mosinac is a launching luxury bags & accessories brand founded near Antwerp in Belgium. The Mosinac team is led by a Belgian entrepreneur and consists of experienced designers within the fashion and video production industry. The team devotes itself to provide meticulously handmade handbags to its customers.

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