Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Isossy Children to exhibit at Mosaic 2013

The Mosaic Event returns on the 17th – 23rd September 2013. Launched in 2011 as part of the "International Year for People of African Descent", the event showcases the best of established and emerging businesses/organizations owned by people of African, African-Caribbean and African Diaspora descent. Isossy Children will be taking part in the Pop-Up shop segment of this phenomenal event.

This year Mosaic has partnered with the AACDD 2013 Bargehouse Festival, part of the London Design Festival. Together Mosaic and the African & African-Caribbean Design Diaspora will fill all five floors of the listed Bargehouse building at OXO Tower Wharf with black creative of all disciplines including fine art, sculpture, design, graphic design, photography, multimedia and music, architecture, furniture, lighting, textiles, home furnishings, ceramics, fashion and fashion accessories, jewellery and beauty, as well as live music and other performances.

Since its debut in September 2010 as partner of the London Design Festival, the three year African & African- Caribbean Design Diaspora programme organised by the London-based British European Design Group has brought together and exhibited more artists and designers of African and African- Caribbean origin from more countries and more creative disciplines than any other previous single initiative of this kind, drawing in over 12,000 visitors last year.

This year’s event will showcase exceptional works of creatives from the UK, Europe, Africa and the Caribbean. With the Mosaic shopping gallery housing a mix of diverse exhibitors offering unique products, three exhibition floors, live catwalks and the AACDD special feature exhibition ‘Iconic Highlights – Black Creativity At Its Best’ awards celebrating the best of the outstanding creative talent of the 2010, 2011 and 2012 AACDD exhibitions, the event is the perfect opportunity to experience and discover first-hand the originality and creativity with which the very best African descent businesses.

Isossy Children is a pioneering company. It has vision and it will grow dynamically around the world. Isossy Children is a brand that believes in and promotes family values. Amanda believes in kids being kids and being allowed to be kids through the clothes they wear. The label offers something alternative, diverse and special for both parents and their children.

The label has seen many successes since inception including being shortlisted for ‘Online Retailer of the Year’ by a prominent Childrenswear magazine. This year is already promising more recognition from the children’s mainstream industry and that is becoming more global.

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1 comment:

  1. Beautiful clothes ! I really like the collection by Isossy Children.
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