Balla for Island Child Style 2019 - THE SMS EDITION

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Balla for Island Child Style 2019 - THE SMS EDITION

Sunday, October 13, 2019

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Lyndon Johnson is an artist who learned to sew as a teenager. His fusion of paintbrush and sewing needle helped him to develop his eclectic style, earning him critical attention and casting him into the spotlight as Capleton's designer. Balla, as he became known, has been a staple on the dancehall scene, with standout pieces that are as unique as they are visually appealing.

He is a definitively urban designer, whose recent entry into a burgeoning children's market, takes him to another phase of his over-30-year career.

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