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Save The Duck Celebrates Upcoming Release of Illumination’s Action-Packed, New Original Comedy, Migration, With a Dedicated Capsule Collection For the Entire Flock


Save The Duck, the Italian 100% animal and cruelty-free apparel brand, collaborates with Illumination, creators of the blockbuster The Super Mario Bros. Movie and the Minions and Despicable Me franchises, to design a capsule collection inspired by Illumination’s new original comedy Migration, about a family of ducks on a funny, feathered family vacation like no other. Migration soars into U.S. theaters on Dec. 22, 2023.

The Save The Duck capsule collection includes unisex puffers for adults and kids as well as beanies with dynamic colors inspired by the film’s characters: rainy beige, green and grey mélange alongside vibrant red, blue and yellow tones. Each character is featured on a special badge, placed on the lower side of the jackets and on the front of the beanies. The outerwear fabrics, linings and padding are made of recycled material, confirming Save The Duck’s longstanding commitment to high social and environmental standards.

“I immediately thought that this collaboration was a perfect match” says Nicolas Bargi, Save The Duck CEO & Founder. “It feels great to be part of this project and be able to share our brand philosophy represented through the film’s characters.”

This is the beginning of your journey to new Winter horizons with Save The Duck and Illumination’s Migration!

The capsule collection is available for purchase online at savetheduck.com and Bloomingdale’s website beginning Dec. 6, in addition to Save The Duck’s retail locations and FAO Schwarz in New York.

About Save The Duck

In 2012 Nicolas Bargi created the brand Save the Duck with a strong commitment: offer to clients a product respectful of animals, environment, and people.

The Company, which is also a “Società Benefit” since 2019, caters to the global market and to a growing target audience, that is highly sensitive to environmental and animal welfare issues. The logo is a whistling duck, carefree because has been saved. The Company has estimated that more than 40 million ducks have been “saved” in its eleven years of activity. Save The Duck garments are not only featherless, but also 100% animal and cruelty-free and, therefore, do not use leather, fur or any animal-derived raw materials.

The Company is engaged in a carbon footprint reduction plan, to achieve a "Net Zero" climate impact by 2030, financing climate action since 2021 for its remaining emissions.

Save The Duck also keeps on maintaining a volume of donations equal to 1% of its annual income, to support Italian and international initiatives, associations and charitable organizations that aim to protect animals, safeguard natural resources and protect human rights.

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