NEW YORK — Here’s a survival kit that doesn’t include batteries or duct tape: The Hot Nights Menopause Relief Kit. The concept is the brainchild of Gale Epstein, president and designer of Hanky Panky, a 25-year-old, Manhattan-based lingerie firm with annual sales of $10 million.

The kit, which comes in a reusable sheer mesh silver zip envelope, will be available at next week’s market at both the Lingerie Americas and Intimate Apparel Salon trade shows, as well as the Hanky Panky showroom here. It will feature several items that Epstein described as "essentials" that offer comfort and confidence for the menopausal woman: a battery-operated minifan with neoprene blades; an embroidered hanky; a lavender and bergamot aromatherapy spritzer for hankies and pillows to help enhance sleep, and two 41-inch sleeveless, mercerized-cotton nightgowns.

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