This project's funding goal was not reached on May 13, 2012.
About this project
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My name is Randy Severe. I am 18 years old, and I have a dream that I would really like to achieve, I want to become a fashion designer. I am very passionate about the fashion and I believe I have what it takes to make a positive impact in the industry.
Who We Are
I recently partnered up with my 16 years old friend Elijah Samaroo to make a clothing line called "SAFii". Half of my partner’s life, he has been battling an autoimmune disorder called Lupus that affects his skin, heart, kidneys, and other organs. During the times my partner was in the hospital I was out selling some shirts he tried to make prior to hospital stay. I want him to be healthy again and see us living the dream we've always wanted. I myself suffer from Angina and other unknown complications and fight to stay healthy and make this vision a reality.
About The Line
The clothing line is inspired the Swahili culture, the designs will reflect on history. The designs will be made out of Egyptian cotton, which is one of the best cotton there is because it lasts longer than the average cotton, it's softer on the skin and usually has a higher thread count. With help, we could be one step closer into achieving our dreams. The materials required will be purchased, some of our designs will be printed, attract local designers, celebrities and stylist to be a part of our project, and I would feel very happy and confident about myself. Thank You for your time!
Why Egyptian Cotton?
Egyptian Cotton is unprecedented in domestic stateside brands. Egyptian Cotton is more or so seen in foreign brands originating in countries like France and others in Europe. This cotton is made in Egypt with no dyes, no use of sweatshops and no guilt.
Rewards will be designed and made by us and our intellectual thoughts. This is our way fo showing you our appreciation.
Designs (Sneak Peek)
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