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BOSTON, May 21, 2012/PRNewswire/ -- EuraMedia 2012 is excited to announce four local Boston designers will be featured in an e-fashion show hosted by Leighton Meester. The show to take place on June 15th from 10pm-2am at the Seaport Hotel Headhouse will also feature Boston based e-businesses, Karmaloop and Ruelala.
EuraMedia will celebrate both the innovators of this industry, both American and Russian, and showcase what it considers to be the new Russian and international business elite, the people who will shape finance markets, the technology industry, the media and entertainment industry, and, thereby, world politics in general over the next several decades.
Featured designers include Pavlina Gilson and Nirva Debekyan, who says, "It's exciting to be part of an event that has drawn in international talent to the city of Boston."
Designer Candance Wu (www.candicewudesign.com/) agrees, "... excited to participate because it's an international event with a mix of cultural exchanges... to represent Boston fashion designers, as we have many cultures and a sophistication here, that is just as great as any high fashion city."
The show will also feature jewelry design by Russian born team and owners of Persona Jewelry+ (www.personastyle.com), Margarita Druker and custom designer, Gary Shteyman.
Design comes in all forms which couture dog coat designer Jane Given of Scarlett Dream Coats (www.scarlettdreamcoats.com) will prove.
As the new Russian elite is significantly more interested in philanthropy than the old guard, EuraMedia has added a charity to the fashion show meant to raise money for children suffering from cancer and AIDS. EuraMedia believes that each and every person who possesses the drive and intelligence to one day change the future in a positive way is worth being protected and given the chance to develop his/her potential.
Tickets are $300 each and can be purchased at euramediasummit2012.eventbrite.com
About EuraMedia 2012
The EuraMedia Summit, to take place at Boston's luxurious waterfront Seaport Hotel and World Trade Pavilion between June 13-16, 2012, is dedicated to capitalizing on Russia's current tech and media boom, one that is only gaining strength according to companies such as Price Waterhouse Coopers, in order to give broader public access to US investors and businesses seeking access to these markets, as well as providing Russian companies with the ability to promote themselves and expand internationally. The show will include a creative agenda that features sessions on IT, new media, social media, a trade show on media buying and selling across markets, and "how to" market entry sessions. The show will also feature a co-branded trade expo, Biopharmology, dedicated to the fields of nano, solar, and biotechnology.
Networking-style events will include a very exclusive VIP awards show, hosted by Sarah Jessica Parker and featuring a plethora of A-list Russian and US musical acts who have contributed to breaking borders in the market and a tribute to the leaders and icons, otherwise referred to as the "New Elite", of Russia. Learn more at: www.euramedia2012.com.
Jaimie Adler, press centre EuraMedia