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M&J Trimming to Launch Project DIY

The Garment District fixture will launch Project DIY, a new runway- and street-inspired do-it-yourself subscription box service.

A suede tassel keychain, one of the first projects to launch in the inaugural installment of Project DIY.

DO IT YOURSELF: New York City’s M&J Trimming wants to bring out your inner designer. On Aug. 5, the Garment District fixture will launch Project DIY, a new runway- and street-inspired do-it-yourself subscription box service. Developed for those looking to score trendy accessories without breaking the bank, the company enlisted its staff of in-house jewelry designers to curate original accessories designs and then provide subscribers with everything they need to make them at home. The service offers step-by-step instructions and materials from the company’s vast inventory delivered by mail for $30 per month. The company launched a dedicated microsite with more information and an e-mail sign-up.

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