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Fashion 4 Development Launches Online Shop

Fashion 4 Development (F4D), the global platform that works to advance the United Nations Millennium Development Goals, announces the launch of its own online shop, debuting December 5th. F4D’s online shop, found at www.fashion-4-development.com, will feature a rotating selection of merchandise from partnering brands and designers who all share F4D’s mission, as well as exclusive clothing and accessories designed by associated brands and labels in collaboration with F4D. The proceeds from these items will benefit F4D’s global initiatives and expansion of the awareness campaign.
 
F4D’s online shop will launch with a selection of merchandize and designs from Alexandra Taylor Collection (www.alexandrataylor.net), Tanzila Rab, and Teddy Share (www.teddysharebears.com).

Alexandra Taylor Collection’s collaborative F4D Shawl and Scarf collection is comprised of handmade scarfs and shawls available in two prints, two sizes and two fabrications, a lightweight pure silk version and a heavier, part cashmere fabric blend.
 
Jewelry designer Tanzila Rab, from Bangladesh, features high quality, costume jewelry with semi-precious stones. The line is produced in Bangladesh, and all of the designs featured on F4D’s online shop are limited edition pieces.


 Teddy Share is an organization founded by Sharon Bush that creates bears that share with children around the world. F4D’s online shop will feature Teddy Share’s new Teddy for 2 Bear, made in partnership with the Theodore Roosevelt Association’s Teddy Bears for Kids program. For each bear sold, an identical bear is given to a sick child in the hospital.
The F4D online shop launches just in time for the holiday season with a special selection of gift items. Price points range from $28 - $500.

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