QiQee is established to bring about beauty, elegance, and modesty all in a wearable art.
From a young age, Kidde Itto’s parents had known that their child will become an artist. At the age of 9,
Kidde had started picking out her own outfits and refusing her mother’s assistance. Upon migrating to Canada, Kidde was enrolled in sewing class in high school and made it a goal to advance in the craft by staying late after school. Powered by a lot of support from her High School and getting a taste of the fashion industry at the Montreal Fashion week in 2009, Kidde birthed her label QiQee in 2012. A brand that was and is established to bring about beauty, elegance, modesty, and art in every design. Among
many accomplishments, at such early years in her career, Kidde showcased QiQee designs at the 2013 Vancouver Fashion Week as an up and coming designer; as well as, launched her very first independent Fashion Show in 2017 in Abbotsford, BC. Currently, Kidde wishes to make QiQee known and inspire those who support her wearable art pieces to continue in their uniqueness. In the near future, Kidde plans to create a foundation which will aim to fund higher education for individual of lower income and
open an orphanage alongside a center to teach women how to sew in Kidde’s birth country, South Sudan. Endless support is an understatement for what will be needed to achieve the aforementioned endeavors but Kidde has hope that it can be done.
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