Emerging Tween Fashion Designer to Launch Second Line

In What's New, People by Dana Cassidy

Austin, TX—Fashion designer Isabella Rose Taylor knows exactly what a girl wants. Her fall line of fashion forward tops, bottoms, dresses and accessories for tweens due out next month has captured the attention of the fashion world and she was recently named a “Rising Star” at the 5th Annual Austin Fashion Awards.

However, Taylor’s success stems from more than just a passion for fashion. She knows what tween girls want to wear because she is one herself.

At just 12 years old, Taylor has already accomplished more than those three times her age. Not only is she making a name for herself in the fashion industry, but she is also a published writer and poet and successful artist whose work has been featured in sold out gallery shows throughout Texas.

Often referred to as a tween prodigy, Taylor’s love for art began at the age of 3 and has been a profound influence in her fashion designs ever since with her first line launching in February 2012. Not surprisingly, her motto is “if art had legs it would be fashion.”

“My clothes are inspired not only by my art, but by colors, shapes, poetry, travel and the beauty of everything around me,” says Taylor. “I want to create tween couture and that doesn’t just follow tween fashion trends but is also comfortable, glamorous and distinctive.”

Taylor’s current and upcoming fall collections are available on isabellarosetaylor.com.

 

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