Imagine how happy and proud your kids would be if you turned their arts and crafts into fashionable items you can wear. Sabine Agami, founder of Bina’s Wear, started a new brand that lets children turn their drawings into matching shirts they could wear with their parents.
“A couple of years ago Dolce & Gabbana had this collection featuring drawings of children. I loved the idea of creating something with children’s drawings, so I tested it with my niece’s drawings.When I saw how happy it made her, I decided to go through with the idea,” she explains.
The Dolce & Gabbana dresses were a hit; many celebrities were spotted wearing them.So why not try the idea here in Egypt? “I can’t lie, people might find the idea weird and it might not work, but the huge smile the kids have on their faces when they see their parents proudly wearing something they created is definitely worth it,” she says.
“It’s important to encourage your child’s imagination.Parents who do so respect their kids’ talent”
Sabine has been working for more than twenty years in the cinema and advertising industry, but decided it was time for some change. “I quit my job four years ago. I was constantly stressed out; it was a very hard and strict job. I wanted to start doing something that made me happy. I found joy in the kids’ huge smiles,” she says.
“Mothers, make your children proud of what they can do; it will boost your child’s self-confidence and personality.”
“It’s important to encourage your child’s imagination.Parents who do so respect their kids’ talent,” she says. Sabine says that we live in a very technology-driven world –kids have totally lost interest in engaging in fun activities. “Mothers, make your children proud of what they can do; it will boost your child’s self-confidence and personality,” she says.
You can order your shirts through Bina’s Wear Facebook and Instagram pages, or email: email@example.com. “Delivery takes ten days to two weeks.You can wash the shirts and dresses in the washing machine, and place them in the dryer and the colors won’t fade,” she says.