Zanbazan founder Nargis Mougey is a mother, United States Army veteran, and first-generation immigrant. During Mougey’s service in the US Army, she commanded an all-male field artillery unit. Following her maternity leave, Mougey was acutely aware of the fallibility of postnatal and breastfeeding/pumping clothing, especially for women returning to an active lifestyle.
Mougey fashioned a double-sided and closed-in solution with the zipper hidden beneath the pleat of the garments. When the initial prototype was created, she began wearing it in the field to ensure capability and quality. Satisfied with the system’s performance, the vision for the collection began to take shape and now Zanbazan is primed to revolutionize fashion and function in the postnatal garment industry. [Read More]
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February 06, 2020
August 03, 2020
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Nargis Mougey - Founder