Heidi Kelly (5'2")
Girl Boss & Designer
"I really feel that the positive attitude I have had through everything has really helped me create a fun and funky business, HKelly designs."
Whenever I think that being a new mom is tough, I would have to tell myself to shut up when I see Heidi on Facebook working and crushing it doing what she loves - designing handbags while having to go through cancer treatments. She truly understands that we must not take life for granted because it can slip away from you anytime. Her business not only serves as an outlet for creativity, but also a way for her to support breast cancer patients by donating some of her revenues to organizations that are working hard in that area.
You can find Heidi's handbag designs (like the clutches she is holding in her picture) or connect with her via one of these places. A portion of the all proceeds from some of her bags, as well as all proceeds from a special T-shirt design go to the charity.
- For anyone who just wanna have fun and talk about bags, fashion, and styles, you will find her latest greatest stories from her blog — The Fashion Stop and its Facebook community group.
Heidi's Latest "Crush It" Moment
I was creating HKelly designs while going through two rounds of breast cancer.
Our Interview with Heidi
Good Cause Heidi Supports
The fund she raised here through our "Short Girls Crushing It" initiative will go to support:
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Posted on 29 April 2016