Donna Salyers to Make 10 Live Appearances on ShopHQ
Catch Donna Salyers and her Fabulous-Furs as she returns to ShopHQ for ten live appearances on Friday, October 31!
Kicking off ShopHQ's Bundle Up in Style event, the premier of Donna's fall collection begins midnight EDT and continues with several hour-long presentations. Featuring the season's most fabulous faux fur looks, Donna will showcase everything—from fashion-focused trends to fall fundamentals. Viewers can expect Fabulous-Furs' premium quality paired with the great values ShopHQ is known for—wrapped into one fall event!
"We're absolutely thrilled to build on our already-successful relationship with ShopHQ. Our customers tell us it's their favorite TV shopping channel and we love the enthusiasm of loyal ShopHQ viewers," said Salyers, president and founder of Fabulous-Furs.
Salyers took her famous furs to ShopHQ last year, too.
Inspiration for Fabulous-Furs came more than two decades ago when Donna was driving to a fur salon, thrilled to be purchasing a full-length Mink coat. Ironically, a radio broadcast on her car radio described kittens being skinned alive to become "Mink" teddy bears. Horrified she was about to purchase a "kitty" coat, Donna was inspired to create a luxurious fur alternative. A year later, in 1989, from the basement of her Cincinnati home, Donna launched Fabulous-Furs selling a single product, a faux fur coat sewing kit.
Today the company she began as a tribute to animals dominates the industry as the world leader. As a multi-channel fashion retailer and vertically integrated manufacturer of women's coats, jackets, apparel, accessories and home goods, Donna Salyers' Fabulous-Furs has a core focus on faux fur and animal print products. Fabulous-Furs products are sold in over 3,000 stores, including brands such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus and W Hotels, catalog and the Internet.
The faux fur ice scraper is featured in the latest Neiman Marcus Christmas Book.
Fabulous-Furs maintains a showroom at its manufacturing center on West 11th Street in Covington.
Photo: Donna Salyers/provided