Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Being featured in City Kids Magazine

Isossy Children has been featured in City Kids Magazine! Find out more




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Friday, 25 November 2016

I Am Possible With Dale Cordice Jr.

Hi my name is Dale Cordice, Jr.  I AM POSSIBLE!  I am a 6 year old model / actor from Charlotte, NC.  I’ve ripped the runway in several fashion shows, such as Walk Fashion Show in Atlanta, GA and Charlotte Fashion Week.  I have also been featured in various kid fashion magazines such as Wild Child, Fashion Kids, 29 Eleven, Ultra Style & Talent and Snap Model magazines.  I am a Brand Rep for some amazing shops such as My Little Gent, Evolving Diva Inc & OFB Apparel.  I recently shot my first music video and first student film.  When I’m not on the runway or stage, you can catch me perfecting my acting craft with She Scouts, practicing karate, reading or playing on the Wii.  I’m also a Decarlo Kid and Lil Angelz.




What inspires you?

Bringing joy to others inspires me.  Whether it’s a hug or joke, I like to brighten others day.  I’m inspired by the smiles and applause I receive when on the runway or stage.

What are your dreams for the future?

My dreams for the future are to be a basketball player and actor.    I want to be a household name.

Who is your role model and why?

My role model is my mommy.  My mommy is my #1 fan and goes hard for me.  No matter how long her day has been, she takes the time to help me with homework, practice scripts, perfect my runway walk & poses and take pictures of me.  My mommy is always looking for ways to build my brand.  She says it’s her duty to ensure I’m walking in God’s purpose for my life.

I am possible….

I am possible because I don’t allow others to define me.  I have ADHD, but I am determined to break barriers.  I am a Jeremiah 29:11 kid.  I am possible because I believe that God has plans for me to give me a future and a hope.

Why do I like Isossy Children’s clothing?

I like Isossy Children’s clothing because they are futuristic and cool.  I inherited my Paw Paw’s sense of fashion and love looking good.

What words of wisdom do you think every child should grow up knowing?

I recently learned the word perseverance in karate class.  I think every child should know to persevere and never give up because their gifts will make room for them.

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Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Isossy Children has been featured in The Power Issue of Little Flea Magazine!



We’re delighted to see some of the Isossy Children pieces being featured by Little Flea Magazine – a company that showcases unique childrens brands and services!


You can read the whole magazine on their website here: http://www.littleflea.co.uk/magazine/
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Friday, 18 November 2016

Isossy Children has been featured by Mud and Glitter!


We're delighted to see our gorgeous fur gilets being featured by Mud and Glitter! We've posted a snapshot of the article above. To read the entire piece click here.
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Friday, 11 November 2016

Penelope B Interview



What have you been up to from the last time we talked?
OMG! So much! I've helped kids in a Philadelphia orphanage, worked a lot which I love doing too!

When do you feel you have worked hard?
I feel I work the hardest at school. I have to do really good in school. Because it's important and because I don't want to stop acting and dancing. Good grades are important.

What do you think is your biggest achievement so far?
My biggest achievement is getting people together to help kids. It's not easy but it is I guess because I'm a kid and people are inspired by what I want to do when I want to help kids. I love that!

You inspire people, so what advice could you give to other kids?
My advice to other kids is to dream big and always believe in yourself. Not everyone is going to be happy for you but that's ok. We are all different and that's ok too because we all have a purpose in life. Never change who you are and always be a good person. Never give up and follow your journey. 

Tell us more about your new collection: ‘self-love’ 
My new collection is based on loving yourself. Even when you don't feel your at your best it's ok you should still love yourself and feel good about you. So it's to inspire kids and especially girls little and my age that you have to love yourself no matter what. 

Why this idea to make a collection?
Well when I was 8 and sometimes still. I'd get bullied. But when I was younger it was really bad because I didn't understand why kids would be mean. So many kids get hurt by other kids in social media, school and stuff. I wanted to make shirts to inspire kindness and love. My parents are awesome and talk to me a lot but not every kid has that or they are scared to say something. They shouldn't be. It's good to express your feelings so others can help. Making shirts helped me feel better. I know it's not my fault that kids want to be mean. Hopefully my shirts help kids that wear them and read them. 

You have a big heart and are doing amazing work helping kids. How is that going?
Awe thank you!!! I really love it! In May 2016 I started a drive that helped girls in an orphanage. I had a box in my school and my church, City Reach Philly. Kids Helping Kids by PenelopeB Collected over 500 things for this drive! Some of the young kids have babies and a lot of the things collected helped babies and their moms. I'm planning to do something in the winter. This makes me really happy. Like sometimes I hear the stories or see kids that have less than me and it makes me so sad I just want to cry. 




Has creating collections to help people always been your dream or are there more projects we can await? 
The collection was inspired by my bullies. It wasn't planned but I'm so happy I did it. I get emails from girls that are even older than me that are inspired and love my message. I'm glad my parents support me and all of the moms and teens that buy them too.  Thank you everybody!!! I don't know what's going to happen but I want to grow up and always help people. It's a nice feeling.

I do have a project that's on hold. Only because I've been working and stuff. But yes!! Hopefully soon and I have an awesome director that offered to help me.

Do you want to do something in connection with ballet?
I love ballet, I haven't thought about any projects yet. But who knows (smiles)

What age do you look forward to – and why?
16!!! I can't wait to get a car (giggles)

What’s next for Penelope B?
I don't know. I hope to continue to help kids, work on my project and continue working in modeling, acting and commercials. 
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Friday, 28 October 2016

I Am Possible with Darien Douglas


My name is Darien Douglas, I’m 7 years old, and I live in Brooklyn NY. My favorite hobbies are reading, gymnastics, and having fun adventures with my little brother. I just started the 3rd grade, and I am so excited. I love school, and I always do really well with my school work. I also go to Barbizon for Acting/Modeling classes. I want to be famous one day. I love attention, and I have an awesome smile. My mom helps me prepare for auditions. Modeling/Acting is hard work, but I really do love it. When I grow up, I would like to be a Scientist, and Soccer Player.





What inspires you? 
I am inspired by great athletes like Gabby Douglas. In the beginning, I loved her because we had the same name. It made me feel famous. After I watched her movie, I was inspired by her because she’s a great gymnast. She worked so hard to pursue her dreams of going to the Olympics. I am also a gymnast. I’ve been taking gymnastics since I was 15 months old. I don’t think I’ll ever make it to the Olympics, but I hope to be as good as her when I’m 16!

What are your dreams for the future? 
In the future, I would like to be an important scientist like George Washington Carver. I want to be a scientist because I want to study, and experiment with things that can help contribute to a better world. I wouldn’t mind studying marine life. I love the ocean, and the living beings within it. 

Who is your role model and why? 
My role model is my mother because she is the smartest person I know. She knows a little about everything, and she cooks really yummy food. My mom is a Speech-Language Pathologist, and I think that’s pretty cool. She always says giving someone the power of communication is an amazing feeling. I love watching her at work. My Dad is also my role model because he is a Police Officer. Sometimes I’m angry because my dad has to work so many hours. However, my mom said that it’s her job to take care of us, so he can take care of the people. I think it’s awesome that my dad protects NYC. He’s like Batman…or maybe Batdad!

Please finish this sentence: 
I am possible because…. I am free to be me. What makes me who I am, is what makes me special. I love being the silly, intelligent, and charming boy that I am. I love that my mom allows me to wear “weird” colored clothing, and sneakers. I love being different. When I started at my new school, other kids were mean to me. I used to try to be like them. My mom told me that I need to live my life for me, and embrace who I am. Now, I have so many friends, and I didn’t have to pretend to be someone else to get them. I am possible because I am a black boy who will grow up to be an accomplished scientist. I am possible because I use my imagination to create amazing short stories about adventures with my little brother. I am possible because I am an individual. 


What words of wisdom do you think every child should grow up knowing? 
I think all kids should just have fun, and not take life too seriously. Eat lots of chicken nuggets, eat your veggies (only because my mom is giving me the side eye), and drink Ting! Also, it’s important to exercise. I don’t like running, but I do Karate, Gymnastics, and Swimming. When you exercise, you feel good, and healthy. Kids should also read everyday. I love reading because you can learn about anything from a book! My mom said that more than anything, she wanted my brother and I to love reading. We’re a reading family. Everyone should just read! You can even read when you’re using the bathroom. 

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Saturday, 22 October 2016

I AM POSSIBLE WITH KRISTIAN WRIGHT

Hi my name is Kristian Anthony Wright. I AM POSSIBLE! I am an 11 year old 6th grader from Memphis Tennessee. I am a fashion runway model and an actor.  In the fashion world, I am known as "MASTERPEACE" This name, MASTERPEACE, is fitting because not only am I a work of art, but I also serve a Master (God), and He gives me Peace in every struggle that I go through.  I have ripped many runways in Memphis and have traveled to Orlando Florida and Houston Texas to participate in fashion shows. I have won first place trophies for my modeling talent. I also have 12 acting credits which include short films, featured films, TV commercials, musicals, theater and television series.  I am active in my church's youth choir and the mission ministry where I help provide sacked lunches to economically disadvantaged citizens. I am also a member of The Stax Jr. Music Academy in which I sing in the choir.

What inspires you?
I love being around happy people. When I perform, weather it is acting or modeling, I get joy out of the reaction that people have towards me. It makes me feel really good.
What are your dreams for the future?
My dreams for the future is to become rich and famous. I want to be an actor, model, singer, dancer and become a fashion designer. I promised my Mom that I would by her a mansion and a new car. I also want to appear in the television show, "Little Big Shots". I would love to show Mr. Steve Harvey my skills and show him how to rip the runway.
Who is your role model and why?
My role model is my Mom, Valerie Wright. She takes good care of my sisters and I. My Mom has amazing strength. My Mom is raising us all alone. She suffers from systemic lupus and have been fighting it and winning. Even though her mobility is limited due to lupus, she takes us to school and to our activities and appointments. My Mom have been battling lupus for 23 years, however, she pour every ounce of strength into me and my sisters. I also admire my mom because when I was one year old, my sister was 5 and my other sister was 2, she took us into her home and heart as foster children and two years later, she adopted us as her own and we became a forever family.
I am possible...
I am possible because I was created in God's image. I am possible because my mom makes things possible for me and my family. I am possible because through me, others will become possible.
Why do you like Isossy Children clothing?
I like them because they are stylish and unique. I love to look fresh and these clothes delivers.
What words of wisdom do you think every child should grow up knowing?
You should obey your parents, be respectful, don't be afraid to ask for help and do well in school.
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YouTube: Kristian Wright
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