Somizi and Sithelo Shozi to launch kids clothing collections

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Somizi is all about securing the bag, and his latest venture involves his youngest fans

The TV and radio personality has announced another venture into fashion – a kids clothing range called “Sompire”

The former Idols judge teased the news on social media

SOMIZI TO STYLE KIDS IN SA

Taking to Instagram, Somizi revealed that Sompire would see exclusively at kids boutique Mamas and Papas.

He also showed off a clip teasing a few designs. He wrote in the caption: “Its been over a year working on this…..and i have faith that Mamas and Papas are gonna love this…..#sompirekids launching very soon……clothing range for the happiest kids of Africa…More details to follow soon”

Fans of the star were excited to say the least about Somizi’s trendy threads for tots.

“This clothing range is for the go-getter kinda kids, kids with confidence on another level”, commented one follower.

SITHELO REVEALS RETURN OF KIDS COLLECTION

It’s not just Somizi who is developing a designer clothing range; social media influencer and DJ Sithelo Shozi busy with plans to do the same.

The mom-of-three – who shares two daughters with ex Andile Mpisane – revealed that she would be bringing back her kids range titled Makhosini.

Speaking in an Instagram Live chat last week, Sithelo claimed she had big plans for the range named after her firstborn; son Makhosini.

“I’m going to give it all I’ve got. I’ve got a lot of ideas…it’s going to be so f**king iconic”, Sithelo said in the Live chat.

In 2018, SIthelo spoke about the range inspired by the son she shares with businessman ex Makhosini Maseko.

She told IOL: “This is a growing business, children are born everyday and are growing every single day. You would find that parents want to spend on a special occasion for children and anything that’s dear to the parents will make them want to do more for the child”.

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