24Fashion TV, a new global fashion network, is proud to announce worldwide TV broadcasting to over 100M households on Amazon Fire TV and ROKU TV platforms. Free access to this channel allows viewers to see fashion runway shows, glamorous events, behind-the-scenes footage, and fashion art films from all continents. 24Fashion TV has released a custom native application on each of these platforms to deliver its content to viewers around the world.
All network members have the unique and free opportunity to submit their video content to be considered for broadcast on its TV channel. No other TV network offers free membership and a chance for members to submit content that can end up on television.
The channel currently features the first-ever digital runway show by Gary James McQueen (nephew of Alexander McQueen), the unique runway show on Bali by House of Mua Mua (an outfit from this collection was worn by Gwen Stefani on the Today Show while performing her song Let me introduce myself), Paris Fashion Week shows by Farhad Re and Nabil Younes and other events from designers across the fashion industry.
24Fashion is about to reach an even larger audience as it prepares to release an iOS application to a potential audience of 1.65B owners of iOS devices worldwide (iPhones, iPads, etc). This application will contain a professional database, social networking, retail integration, and many other functions that will be unique to this project.
This global project was created to bridge the gap between industry professionals and the non-industry general public who love fashion and live fashion. What is Fashion if not the center of our lives? Every day, in every way, we all make Fashion decisions.
At the present time, 24Fashion TV already features a star executive team, ambassadors, and partners from around the world. 24Fashion TV was founded by creator/producer Victoria Unikel (award-winning international artist and producer), editor-in-chief Galina Antonova (fashion editor, entrepreneur, and front row fashionista), and Chief Technology Officer Gene Avakyan (an award-winning leader with 25 years of government and industry IT experience).