Skin Tones of Harlem to Launch at Circle of Sisters Convention : On October 11, 2008, Be Witness to a Phenomenon at the Circle of Sisters Convention in New York at the Javits Center. A Powerful Patented Process Will Be Employed Enabling Skin Tones of Harlem to Launch a Skin-Tone-Custom Fit, Never before Seen, Line of Urban Chic Clothing.

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Skin Tones of Harlem announces it will be presenting at the Circle of Sisters Convention in New York City on October 11, Booth 361. Not only does the fashion line have an award-winning designer at its helm, it also boasts quality that does not equate to steep costs as prices in this affordable custom line of clothing begin at just fifty dollars.

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Who:   Skin Tones of Harlem   What: Launching line of urban chic clothing   Where: New York - Circle of Sisters Convention (Booth 361)- Javits Center

  When: Oct. 11, 2008 According to Jerry Kritchman, founder of Skin Tones of Harlem, "We have created something exciting that has never before been done. Through our powerful patented process and award winning designer when people wear our clothing, they aren't wearing some arbitrary color of the season as with most fashion houses, they are wearing fluid art in their color and their size that no one else can or should wear."

Kritchman's unique patented process is the culmination of a thirty year dream to make women more glamorous. "Behold what we have accomplished," says Kritchman, who is available for interviews. The first store will be opened in Harlem, NY. Based on a successful launch, Kritchman has plans to open Skin Tones stores worldwide. Imagine Skin Tones of Pretoria, Skin Tones of Barcelona, Skin Tones of Los Angeles and so on.

Information about Skin Tones of Harlem and its Business Plan can be found on its web site.

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