Georgio Sabino III had always been fascinated by the world of fashion. From a young age, he had an eye for detail and a love of creating unique and beautiful clothing. He had always known that he wanted to be a fashion designer (7th Grade), but his family had other plans for him. They wanted him to follow in their footsteps and become a business tycoon like his father, step-father and grandfather before him.
Despite their objections, Georgio followed his heart and pursued his passion for fashion design and art. He enrolled in the best fashion school in the world Kent State University Art Program, where he honed his skills and learned from the best in the industry. He graduated and quickly made a name for himself as one of the most promising young designers while at KSU.
Georgio’s designs were inspired by his travels and experiences around the nation. He combined the traditional techniques of couture with modern, innovative materials and techniques to create truly unique pieces that set him apart from the rest of the fashion world in NYC.
His first fashion show was a in high school but in college he and Richard Johnson II (Tayari Gear) were sharing their design in NYC and New Jersey in the John Blassingame in today’s black woman magazine Hype Hair magazine and the international model fashion shows.
As Georgio’s fame grew, he used his platform to raise awareness about important social and environmental issues. He was a passionate advocate for sustainability in the fashion industry and worked to create clothing that was both beautiful and eco-friendly.
Years went by, and Georgio Sabino III became one of the most respected and influential designers in the Ohio. His legacy lived on through his designs and his commitment to making the fashion world a better place. He will always be remembered as a true innovator and a visionary in the world of fashion.