told the ECHO : "I launched Marzenie when I was 12 or 13, it was graphic t-shirts and prints. "I screen-printed the designs all myself, I set up a screen printing area at home. " Freedom would screen print each of the designs as orders came in, Marzenie was sold on ASOS, SilkFred and from its own website.
The young boy did his mandatory work experience for school at Missguided, where he was involved in the designing process at the age of 14.
He said: "I went to Missguided and I was designing graphics, I used to do a lot of graphic design in my spare time. "Some of the graphics I did actually ended up being produced on clothing.Read more on msn.com