Georgian Fashion Foundation Launches Prize for Emerging Brands

Sofia Tchkonia, founder of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tbilisi and now also the force behind the Georgian Fashion Foundation and its GFF Prize. Georgian Fashion Foundation

The Georgian Fashion Foundation is the latest brainchild of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Tbilisi founder and creative director, Sofia Tchkonia. It aims to help creatives struggling under the financial strain caused by the pandemic, and its first major initiative will be the GFF Prize.

Applications for the prize, the winners of which will be rewarded with a combination of financial grants for collection production, PR support and showroom participation in either Paris or Milan, are open until September 15 to fashion brands of all nationalities, with at least three years experience, existing branding and visual aesthetics, working in the fields of womenswear, women’s accessories or unisex design.

“The idea is to support emerging designers and brands. To strengthen and support fashion industry and its players,” Tchkonia

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Cleveland Hts. native launches beauty app aimed towards Black women

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — When it comes to beauty and haircare, finding what works for you means a lot of trial and error.

And for Black women and women of color, finding products that work can be especially challenging.

A new app created by a Cleveland Heights native aims to make the process much easier and it’s also helping local women entrepreneurs thrive.

It’s called FELOH, which stands for For Everyone’s Love of Hair + Beauty.

Camille Genise Heard started the business with her friend and college roommate Jacqueline Baron in 2016, two years after she began her natural hair journey. The company also later added Zarin Hamid in a social administrative role.

“I was noticing there’s a lot of content out there about different products and different hair textures and different design and style ideas, but it was pretty difficult to navigate,” said Heard. “But the more I

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Sansone Air Conditioning Launches Online Booking & Online Shopping | News

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Aug. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Sansone Air Conditioning, a full-service HVAC provider in South Florida, recently introduced online booking and online shopping on its website,

These features allow prospective and existing Sansone customers to sign up for or renew maintenance plans; order products such as replacement filters; and book service calls—all on their own time, without having to talk to a rep or visit their West Palm location.

Convenient Online Scheduling

Visitors to the Sansone website will find a green “Book Now” button at the top menu on the home page. Clicking the button brings up a list of four options: Schedule Repairs, Emergency, Schedule Maintenance, and Free New System Estimate.

Customers can then select the appropriate category (i.e., Heating & Cooling, Indoor Air Quality or Plumbing) and follow the rest of the prompts to schedule a visit with a Sansone technician.

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Netflix Launches Online Shop for ‘Exclusive’ Show-Themed Apparel

Netflix Launches Online Shop for‘Exclusive’ Show-Themed Apparel.On June 10, Netflix announced the launch of anew online shop based on its most popular shows. .The store, which is already available in the United States,will sell apparel, merchandise and collectibles. .Products offered will be “exclusive limited editions,”according to Netflix’s VP of Consumer Products, Josh Simon. will drop exclusive limitededitions of carefully selected high-qualityapparel and lifestyle products tied to ourshows and brand on a regular basis, Josh Simon, via ‘Complex’.Simon also revealed that the first items to debuton the site this month will include streetwear and actionfigures inspired by ‘Yasuke,’ ‘Eden’ and ‘Lupin.’.It was also said that exclusive products from ‘The Witcher’ and ‘Stranger Things’ are on the horizon. .It was also said that exclusive products from ‘The Witcher’ and ‘Stranger Things’ are on the horizon. .[K]eep an eye out for exclusive products frombeloved titles like ‘The Witcher’ and ‘StrangerThings,’ as well

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