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Rosie G Style Spring/Summer Collection With 12-year Old Designer Grace Rose Bauer
Twelve-Year-Old Entrepreneur Breaks Into Fashion Industry For An Important Cause
Sometimes, we might not be happy with the cards we are dealt, but life is really about how we play the game, isn’t it? Some might believe that we are given what we can handle, and others might blame the dealer for giving them a bad hand. The best one can do is play those poor cards well and turn lemons into lemonade, or, as a wise person once told me, turn them into grape juice.
Grace Rose Bauer’s hand was not ideal. At two weeks old, Bauer was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, a genetic disease that attacks the respiratory and digestive systems. Now at 12 years old, the aspirational sixth grader is an entrepreneur and fashion designer... (Read More)...
Grace Rose Bauer Interview - Hallmark Channel
12-year-old fashion designer Grace Rose Bauer talks about her own clothing line and how a portion of her label “Rosie G” proceeds goes to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. She started her own fashion line as a creative outlet as she deals with Cystic Fibrosis. She sees designing clothes as her therapy to help occupy her mind during days that she struggles with her disease.
Young fashionista aims to help others with cystic fibrosis
At 11 years old, Grace Rose Bauer is tall for her age, articulate and strikingly statuesque in the way she carries herself. The faint freckles that pepper her cheekbones are almost the same color as the light brown in her eyes. She wears a coral and cobalt blue halter dress that she designed herself, her brown hair with golden highlights wrapped behind her.
Although she appears at first glance to be just like every other girl her age, the rising sixth grader is surprisingly different in several ways. For one, she has been known to describe herself as “I live in New Orleans, but I go to school in Los Angeles.” For another, she’s a successful business owner and entrepreneur, and though it’s not noticeable upon casual (Read More)...
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