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MHS Licensing to Rep Fine Frenchie

Fine Frenchie is stepping into the licensing world.

MHS Licensing & Consulting is now representing the new fashion brand Fine Frenchie.

Russian born artist, fashion designer and creative entrepreneur Valeria Krasavina is the creator of Fine Frenchie, a French bulldog character who has a love for all things super glamorous.

Launched in 2018, Fine Frenchie’s French bulldog character is an influencer, blogger and world traveler who loves to travel in style. In addition, she is an animal rights activist and a women’s rights advocate, carrying an inspirational message to embrace love and accept yourself for who you are.

“We are thrilled to be working with Valeria on this whimsical and engaging brand,” says Marty Segelbaum, president, MHS Licensing and Consulting. “Fine Frenchie connects so well with its target audience of women 16 to 60, and we feel there is huge licensing potential in a host of merchandise categories. We can spread the positive message through quality products from targeted licensees.”

Leanin’ Tree will be introducing a line of Fine Frenchie greeting cards in early 2021. Krasavina’s portfolio is available for licensing on fabric, home textiles, bath ensembles, stationery, wall décor, totes, giftables and more.

Fans can follow Fine Frenchie and her friends on their worldly fashion adventures at FineFrenchie.com or on Instagram.

For more information on MHS Licensing & Consulting, visit their website at mhslicensing.com.

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