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Maisonette raises $2.7 million to become the Net-a-Porter of childrenswear

Maisonette, an NYC-based online childrenswear shop, has raised $2.7 million in seed funding.  The investment came from New Enterprise Associates and Thrive Partners. Angels Silas Chou, Andrew Rosen, Marcus Wainwright and his wife, Glenna Neece, Vivi Nevo and Jonathan and his wife, Lizzie Tisch, also contributed to the round. Maisonette was co-founded by Vogue Magazine alums Sylvana …

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