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Muse Luxury launches Holt
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Dec '11
Muse Luxury Group, Miami's voted for the 2011 Best of Miami Award by the US Commerce Association (USCA), announced that they are launching Holt, the first online luxury clothing store for women that sells "exceptional pieces at a low price including short and long gowns, ready to wear dresses, swimwear and cover up, tops and jackets."

The announcement came from MLG's founder and CEO, Elisea Nir Wolff, in the wake of rumors that MLG was expanding and looking for opportunities to diversify its traditional core services that made its success in Miami and in the world of luxury.

"We are very excited about Holt, Muse Luxury Group's new venture and a unique project that will change the way people shop and perceive luxury. Holt is the first online store that sells hand-made, luxury clothing for a very reasonable price. Holt offers limited edition clothes that can be found exclusively on our web store including hand made dresses featuring paint and crystals.

"Our vision was simple: to come up with unique items that reflects best the current trends in fashion and luxury, and allow every woman, regardless of her budget, to buy whatever she likes at an unmatchable price. We know that women love to shop and only want the best. The rise of Internet shopping has helped them make better choices with their spending, and with Holt, we want them to feel that they can have it all - the best, at the best price."

Elisea Nir Wolff has spent a full year working actively on finding the most exclusive materials and the most creative designs. She has worked closely for the most renowned luxury brands, such as Valentino, Herve Leger, and Cosabella no name a few and benefits from a long-standing experience in fashion and luxury.

Muse Luxury Group

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