About Mojo-Fashions

Our Motto: B Brilliant, B Amazing, B U

Mojo-Fashions is a Pennsylvania based children’s clothing company. Our mission is to create unique, European inspired fashions for girls ages 6-12 years of age that are designed by kids 4 kids. Mojo-Fashions (www.mojo-fashions.myshopify.com) and the Mojo-Fashions Young Designers Network (www.mojo-fashions.com) is the brain child of emerging fashion designer, 17-year old Justin Orlick, who is combining his passion for fashion, painting and visual arts to create a line of clothing that celebrates and supports the arts.

Mojo is focused on the current trend of meshing street style with soft, feminine fabrics, featuring leather and lace, bows and hoodies all while creating comfortable clothing that kid’s want to wear. In- line with current trends is the use of organic fabrics, a diversity of color, hand painted fabrics incorporating art from local and professional artist and the mixing and matching of geometric textiles. This is what sets Mojo-Fashions apart from any other children’s clothing line.

Check out the Mojo-Fashions Museum Collection http://www.mojo-fashions.myshopify.com

The Mojo-Fashions Museum collection incorporates original art from Mojo as well as other emerging designers from around the globe. A percentage of sales is donated annually to support Arts Education through organizations like the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.

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About Justin

Owner of Mojo-Fashions

Owner of Mojo-Fashions

Justin is currently enrolled in the visual arts program at Lehigh Valley Charter Arts High School in Bethlehem, PA. His interest in fashion started at a very young age. He began sewing at age 10 and designed his first line of women’s clothing at age 12. Starting in middle school, Justin became concerned about the decline in funding for the arts. In response he launched a “Just Stand Up” for the Arts charity art auction to help support the arts program in his school and to promote the GoogleWorks. Since then, he has been actively involved in several fund-raising fashion shows and art competitions focused on supporting arts programs and was inspired to create a line of clothing that brought art and fashion together in a unique way.

Justin began designing children’s clothing to fill a “hole” in the US children’s clothing industry. His goal was to create a children’s clothing line that celebrated individuality and allowed kids to have their own voice. Operating under the slogan “B Brilliant, B Amazing, B U” Justin launched Mojo-Fashions and created a Young Designers Network to support other emerging designers. The goal is to provide a forum and opportunity for young designers to manufacture and promote their brands. Justin’s ultimate goal is to support other emerging designers and help them achieve their dreams in the fashion industry.

Justin’s has won several visual arts, fashion illustration and fashion design competitions through the East Central Pennsylvania Scholastic Art Awards, Yocum Institute and the GoogleWorks. Justin studies fashion design with Project Runway Season 7 designer Pamela Ptak, who owns the ARTSandFASHIONINSTITUTE in Easton, PA. He is earning his fashion certificate at Moore College of Art and Design, was one of the youngest to be accepted to and attend Teen Vogue University in Manhattan this year and will show his collection at the petitePARADE New York Kids Fashion Week show in 2014.

The Mojo-Fashions Museum Collection

The 2014 Mojo-Fashions Museum Spring Collection incorporates original clothing designs by Mojo with artwork from global emerging and established artists. Through the use of “on-demand” printing technology Mojo will screen print the original art onto its outfits creating a unique look that represents each individual child. Kids can choose from a variety of art styles and colors or can submit their own art for a truly individualized experience.

Ten percent of profits from the Mojo Museum collection will be donated to the Scholastic Art and Writing Program.

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