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Kacey Bytheway debuts new children's fashion line
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May '12
Clothing store owner and fashion designer, Kacey Bytheway, recently announced her plans to launch her own fashion line for children.

New York native, Kacey Bytheway owns five clothing stores in the Northeast region, her stores, called Untitled, sell various fashion lines by different designers. Recently Kacey Bytheway decided it was time to launch her own fashion line and sell it throughout her stores.

“For years I sold other designers' clothes, I figured it was about time I start my own line,” said Kacey Bytheway, 38.

Kacey Bytheway has designed a fashion line targeting children between the ages 08-15. Kacey Bytheway will present the fashion collection at her New York City store on May 27. She has hired children models to present the various clothing items to a crowd estimated to be around 150.

The line includes everything from shorts and jeans to hats and sunglasses, for both boys and girls.

“Kacey Bytheway has worked really hard at designing the clothing items, I'm very excited to be a part of this project, I think it will be a huge success,” said Damien Rose, Kacey Bytheway's assistant.

Kacey Bytheway is drawing on her experience as a mother of three to launch the fashion line for children.

“I know how important it is for mothers to make smart purchases when it comes to shopping for their ever-growing children,” Kacey Bytheway said.

Kacey Bytheway studied fashion design at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. Following her graduation, she interned for a leading fashion designer in Boston. As an apprentice she witnessed all aspects of the industry and learned the ropes. After five years of working under the leading designer, Kacey Bytheway spread her wings and returned to New York City where she set out to open her own clothing stores.

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