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As a longtime resident of North Richmond, Georgeva has experienced a treasured history as an accomplished entertainer and fashion designer.  During preparation for the 30th anniversary of her famous Georgeva Fashion Show (2005), she formed a close friendship with producer Doug Harris which led to the documentary film about her life.

“Through my association with Georgeva, I must say that she is probably one of the best kept secrets in Richmond," says Harris. "After spending two weeks researching her background during the development of her documentary, I was completely fascinated by her creativity as a fashion designer. Her place in Richmond’s history as an artist and entrepreneur was truly something special to share in producing this wonderful story."  

Georgeva’s career began in the early 1960’s during her days as an exotic dancer in the Bay Area and Las Vegas.  She made her mark as the original fire dancer, and received notoriety in Marin County dancing behind the old shadow box. present.

During her days in the entertainment industry, she spent a considerable amount of time designing and sewing her own costumes, which led to her next career as a designer.  After having several boutiques in the West County area, she became the first African American in Richmond to have a clothing manufacturing business.

“Georgeva’s story is something that all young people here in Richmond should view, because it shows a perfect example of how people can work hard to overcome various obstacles and barriers in life, and ultimately become successful,” says Harris.

Georgeva has annual fashion shows in Richmond. Please visit her official website for details.



Written and
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 Doug Harris

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visit her official website

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