This young entrepreneur is collecting back-to-back wins!
As AfroTech previously told you, Lily Adeleye celebrated a historic feat last year. The mogul became one of the youngest Black owners to have their brand featured in Walmart stores. Now, Lily’s business relationship with the multinational retail corporation is continuing with Lily Frilly set to release a second line of products, according to a press release.
The partnership is a reflection of Lily’s ongoing commitment to her entrepreneurial path, which began by fleshing out ideas and sharing what products she hoped to one day create as soon as she could walk and talk. What’s more, the seven-year-old has proven dreams can be achieved at any age and she hopes to challenge more girls to inspire those around them.
What To Expect From The New Drop
Walmart customers can soon look forward to Lilly Frilly’s latest product offerings set to include four large bows, two pairs of mini bows, and hair clips. The fun-spirit collection includes product names such as Hoo’s Cute & Fun Fruity Friends, Mini Party & Mini Melon Bows, Purple Glimmer Bow and Electric Dazzle Bow, and Confetti Fruit Clips.
Samantha Dorisca is a Houston-based journalist and photographer whose mission is to impact communities through the gift of storytelling using the written word or visual media. She completed her B.A at The University of Texas at Austin and is pursuing a M.A at The University of Memphis. Her work can be found on platforms such as Houstonia Magazine, Girls’ Life Magazine, and Blacque Magazine. Samantha mainly reports on tech, trends, and entrepreneurship.
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