A hard task faced Patsy Perry, Fashion Retail Marketing Lecturer at Heriot Watt University when she was invited to judge the Johari Seedlings Design Competition. With a fantastic array of designs to choose from in each of the three categories it was difficult decision for Patsy. However she chose the designs that she felt stood out because they were bold, powerful and had a strong African influence. The Johari team are delighted with the choices that she made and are looking forward to seeing the winning designs go into production at the studio in Kenya during July.
The winners have been notified and look forward to having the chance to model their designs for the Seedlings shop on the Johari website in late August.
100% of the profit from the sale of these t-shirts will be helping to support children through the Johari Foundation's Miale Social Development Programmes in Kenya.
Well done to everyone who took part in the competition, images of the shortlisted designs will be posted on the website.
Look out for more information coming soon on the 2013 Seedlings Design Competition.
Winner 5-7 Category from Bo'ness Public School
Winner 8-12 Category from Graeme High School
Winner 13-16 Category from Graeme High School
Additional design chosen because of it's general appeal from Kinghorn Primary School