2nd July 2010: CONTESA a UK registered charity that supports Aids orphans in Zambia has announced today that a group of CONTESA supporters, led by trustees Dr. Margaret McDermott and Mrs Rosemary Stanbury will arrive on an official visit in Zambia to visit CONTESA’s funded projects. The group of 17 people who will arrive on [...]
What would you do if your friend copped off with the man you loved? Wouldn’t it break your heart? Abbie doesn’t ask much from life; contact lenses instead of glasses, maybe, a slimmer figure, and a bit of attention from the boys now and then would be nice. Still, she has Shireen, her best mate, [...]
September 4, 2008 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Kristi Rutledge, Special Events Director Empowerment International [email protected] Poverty and Education Event in Colorado Connects with Kids in Central America Westminster, CO – Join friends and neighbors from across your community and all the way from Nicaragua in celebrating education and hope at the 5th annual Fiesta de [...]
I came to Arizona four years ago to be with my family. I left behind a rather lucrative children’s fashion business back home and have now decided to start it up again.
My aim is to have EVERYTHING made in the USA – and NOTHING mass produced. A throw back to times of yore when women would actually make their own clothes.
I have a line of girl’s clothing up in production and boy’s fashions will be available by the end of the year.
My line of children’s fashions is all one of a kind. No two pieces are the same – be it a colour, trimming or pattern. I keep costs down because i employ home workers who work at their own pace and have the freedom of their own hours. This has proven to be surprisingly effective and much faster than i anticipated. Handmade clothes also have a certain cachet – you dont see another child in your child’s outfit!
I eventually hope to be able to employ more people especially stay at home moms. Support the cause – my prices are low as i want to dress kids and not fleece the moms!!!