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Brain Power's Trashionista to teach 'tweens' the importance of up-cycling

Series has been developed to celebrate the importance of eco-sensitivity, up-cycling, creating and individuality.
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Children’s media company Brain Power Studio is gearing up for the launch of a new tween lifestyle series, promoting the importance of recycling.

Called Trashionista, the series has been developed to celebrate the importance of eco-sensitivity, up-cycling, creating and individuality.

Brain Power Studio has partnered with Rollman Entertainment Inc and Go Girl Media to coproduce the series.

Each episode of the new series feature crafting ideas, facts and tips and tricks from top designers an artisans in the up-cycling DIY field, as well as featuring a host of celebrities from TV, film, music and sports.

Eric Rollman, CEO and founder of Rollman Entertainment, said: “Trashionista takes one of the most prolific sectors of the Do-It-Yourself world and brings it to a global audience through the high quality production that gives it the mainstream platforms it deserves.

“Working with the extraordinary talents of Beth and her team at Brain Power will ensure great execution and distribution for the project.”

Beth Stevenson, founder of Brain Power Studio added: “The trend for crafting combined with a global awareness of the importance of conservation make this series a recipe for success with tween and teen audience - throw in fashion, celebrities and décor and we have a magazine show with a fun but important message.

“We are excited to be working alongside the very talented people at Rollman Entertainment and Go Girl Media to make Trashionista walk the walk.” 

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