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Georgia’s First lady designed a dress for an Estonian fashion house2010-08-16 17:16
Sandra Roelofs, the First Lady of Georgia, created the design of a dress for Ivo Nikkolo, the Estonian fashion house, Evelin Ilves, the First lady of Estonia, wrote in her blog on Facebook - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Ilves added Roelofs had been to Estonia recently, and visited Baltika factory, where the design was created.
The factory produces and sells clothes in Central and Eastern Europe, and manages four trademarks: Monton, Mosaic, Baltman, and Ivo Nikkolo.
According to the post in the blog, Roelofs called her work Happy Dress, it must be released in autumn, the profit would go to Georgian children.