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Spacecat launches new exercise line in Trunk Show
Mar '12
The Miami Beach-based yoga and athletic wear company Spacecat is excited about its trunk show debut in one of America's largest fitness clubs, Equinox. Fashionable health-conscious men and women have made these bright spacious gyms widely popular.

Many of the women were excited to see the new collection being displayed and many were taking no chance of not being the first to wear it. Some kept returning to the retail store from the workout floor looking for new and exciting exercise garments to show off their well-toned bodies or to give their everyday life a touch of happiness.

Spacecat's signature items, Kino Shorts in fresh prints or extremely soft Supplex in both Kino Shorts and Deepfold Shorts are hard to resist. These technologically advanced fabrics are used in advanced athletic clothing worldwide, though Spacecat Supplex is the softest of its kind.

Also displayed was Spacecat's adorable soft cotton jersey collection “Spacecat Loves You” T-shirt, “Spacecat” Racer-back Tanks and “Yoga Is for Pussies” T-shirts. All the new T-shirts lines were eye catchers, even men were asking for large sizes to be made available in the trunk shows in April.

Spacecat is looking forward to spreading good vibes with its Circle Black Cat logo to help reduce everyday stress. Meditation and yoga are great techniques for lowering tension; having friends and pets do the same. Spacecat encourages everyone to practice yoga regularly and if she is too busy to have a pet of her own, at least she can have Spacecat Yoga/Athletic wear! And while doing her favorite yoga or working out, the Spacecat cat is always with her, smiling at others!

All of Spacecat's deliveries come in earth-friendly packaging, eliminating the use of wasteful individual plastics and tissue inserts. Also, all SPACECAT garments are happily designed in Miami Beach by an experienced and versatile designer and proudly made in Miami by a sweatshop free mother-and-daughter team.

Spacecat was created in New York City in 2000, when Yumi Miyanishi made a claymation short film called “Katzilla”.


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