Friday, 26 April 2013

Isossy Children meets King Che

In this week's interview we meet a fledgling T-Shirt brand "King Che" named after this young entrepreneur based in London.

King Che relaxing on the London Underground
What inspired you to start your business?
King Che’s drawings inspired me to place his images on t-shirts, bringing back images to young girls can relate to

What have been your favourite client experiences?
As we are starting out, Selfridges Department Store have been beneficial in terms of advice and dealing with potential clients.

What advice would you give to someone starting up in your industry?
Keep focused on your dreams; do not be embarrassed to ask for help/advice

What are your long term goals?
To expand the brand ‘King Che’ with sweaters/wellington boots (gum boats)/umbrellas/knickers (panties) vests etc.

Isossy Children celebrates diversity through global clothing for children. Why do you think diversity matters for every generation?
Diversity for each subsequent generation becomes more prevalent as the population  increases and the world branches out to each other and becomes more aware.  As a result being open and willing to meet others at their map of the world is imperative.

What words of wisdom do you think every child should grow up knowing?
The same sun shines on the prince and the pauper.
The optimism of the action is better than the pessimism of the thought.
Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly.

Contact Details:  +44 7939 654 464
Twitter: @King_Che9


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