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December 2012 - The Today Show
Sonia was featured on the December 6th episode of the Today show focusing on "Momtrepreneurs" with Natalie Morales and fellow momtrepreneur Soleil Moon Frye.



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March 2014 - Latina Magazine
Mixed Up Clothing and Sonia Kang was featured in the April 2014 issue of Latina Magazine. Sonia represented Latinas who built money making companies from home.


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October 2016 - KPCC
10/12/16 Sonia is interviewed on Take Two.

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August 2016 - Dodger Stadium
8/27/16 Sonia is awarded a certificate of recognition form the Los Angeles mayor’s office for her work in putting on Mixed Heritage Day at Dodger Stadium”

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September 2016 - #ConnectHer Conference
9/16 Sonia is announced for next year’s #ConnectHer Conference with the panel “Turn Your Great Idea Into A Small Business”

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September 2016 - upworthy.com
9/30/16 Sonia talks about How to talk to your mixed-race kids about race.

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September 2016 - The Mash-Up Americans
9/16 Sonia wrote an article for Mash-Up Americans "How To Talk To Your Mixed Race Kids about Race"

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August 2016 - CBS Los Angeles
8/24/16 Sonia was interviewed about the inaugural Mixed Heritage Day at CBS Studios by Jill Simonian of Fab Mom on CBS 2.

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September 2016 - #ConnectHer17 conference
9/16 Sonia is announced for next year’s #ConnectHer Conference with the panel “Turn Your Great Idea Into A Small Business”.

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August 2016 - (not) Mixed (up)
8/28/16 Blogger Shannon Luders-Manuel from the “(not) Mixed (up)” blog, talks about celebrating Mixed Heritage Day at Dodger’s Stadium for the 1st annual Mixed Heritage Day.

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August 2016 - Rafu Shimpo
8/31/16 The 1st annual Mixed Heritage Day was featured on the front page of the Los Angeles Japanese Daily newspaper.

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August 2016 - Babble
8/16 Sonia talks about how her son inspired her to put on the 1st annual Mixed Heritage Day at Dodger Stadium.

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September 2016 - belairmommie
9/3/16 Blogger, Jessica Wood, discusses supporting MASC and taking her daughter to her first Dodger game.

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March 2016 - Huffington Post
8/9/16 Sonia talks about Multicultural Mamapreneurs and her involvement with Mixed Up Clothing.

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March 2016 - People
8/9/16 Sonia talks about Multicultural Mamapreneurs and her involvement with Mixed Up Clothing.

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March 2016 - Parents Latina
3/9/16 Sonia talks about multiracial inspiration with Mixed Up Clothing.

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March 2016 - People
3/21/16 Lifetime’s the Little Women: LA star Terra Jolé celebrates daughters first birthday with her dressed in clothing designed by Mixed Up Clothing.

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February 2016 - FABLife
2/11/16 Fab Life on ABC. Sonia shares how she went from an RN to a mompreneur

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February 2016 - KPCC
Sonia talks about the inspiration behind her ethnic-inspired children’s fashion line with KPCC

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October 2015 - Multiculti Mixer
Sonia put on a Multicultural mixer event hosting many of the movers and shakers on the multicultural scene. Her event was the Los angeles exclusive for Taye Diggs and the launch of his new book, Mixed Me. Mixed Chicks was there doing hair demos. MASC, Mixed Marrow and Mixed Roots Foundation were there as community partners.

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October 2015 - The Real
Sonia shares the inspiration behind her ethnic-inspired children’s fashion line and presents a mini fashion runway show

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March 2014 - The Little Couple
Watch the newest member of the family, Zoey, rockin' some Mixed Up Clothing during their Christmas episode. What a cutey.







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September 2015 - Speaker, Blogalicious '15
Sonia was a speaker at Blogalicious '15 on a panel titles "Fashionpreneurship: Empire Building Advice for Multi-Ethnic Designers". It was a workshop about following your heart and passion for fashion and building your empire. Sonia spoke to the audience about how to take the lead on building their own fashion and style brand and advise them on how to build their own empires vigorously, systematically and how to gain exposure to take their empires to the forefront.

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Novemeber 2014 - Critical Mixed Race Studies Conference 2014
Sonia participated in a panel discussion about the culture of business and being multiracial.

  

   

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September 2014 - Niche Parent Network and Conference 2014
Sonia was part of an expert panel discussing strategies to increase recognition of your brand.


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September 2014 - Savvy Sassy Moms
"This caught my attention since traveling the world is such a huge part of my family’s life and passion. I love it when companies and brands not only make a stylish product but one that also has a deeper meaning and purpose."
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June 2014 - KPCC - Multicultivate
Sonia was part of an expert panel discussing raising multiracial children.



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April 2014 - Be Blogalicious
Sonia and Mixed Up Clothing are featured in Be Blogalicious.
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March 2014 - Curvy Magazine
Mixed Up Clothing and Sonia are featured in Curvy Magazine. It talks of how Sonia uses her clothing line to bridge gaps in cultural diversity.
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December 2013 - Inside Weddings
Mixed Up Clothing was featured in the Winter 2014 issue of Inside Weddings Magazine in their Celebrity Style spread.
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December 2013 - After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles (ASAS-LA)
Mixed Up Clothing participated in the inaugural DESIGNING DREAMS Holiday Fashion Show & Toy Drive.
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December 2013 - Splash Magazines
Mixed Up Clothing participated in the inaugural DESIGNING DREAMS Holiday Fashion Show & Toy Drive.
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December 2013 - Ask Miss A
Mixed Up Clothing participated in the inaugural DESIGNING DREAMS Holiday Fashion Show & Toy Drive.
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December 2013 - The Giggle Guide
“Fashion provides us with the opportunity to showcase and celebrate the beauty within different cultures,” says Sonia N. Kang, Mixed Up Clothing’s owner and designer, whose tunic tops, cargo-style shorts and boots with a military dash all nod to a young world traveler, even if the youngster doesn’t venture beyond his or her home town.
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December 2013 - ABC News
Mixed Up Clothing was a featured company whose products are Made In America.
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November 2013 - Club Momme 2013 Fall Fest
Mixed Up Clothing participated in the 1st Annual Club Momme Fall Fest.
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October 2013 - Mixed Race Radio
Sonia discussed with host Tiffany Rae Reid about global diversity that is represented in the clothing line.
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September 2013 - Blogcritics
Sebastian A. Jones, co-author of "I Am Mixed", mentions Mixed Up Clothing as a force in supporting and spreading the word of multiculturalism.
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September 2013 - Red Tricycle
Mixed Up Clothing has won Red Tricycle's 2013 Totally Awesome Awards for Most Awesome Clothing Line for Girls. How awesome is that.
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August 2013 - In Touch
Mixed up clothing supplied custom kids clothing at the launch party for the first book in the I AM MIXED series at Book and Cookies in Los Angeles. I AM MIXED is created by Garcelle Beauvais and Sebastian Jones.
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August 2013 - CBS Los Angeles
Mixed Up Clothingis featured in a segment highlighting new back to school trends and ideas. Mixed Up Clothing starts at 4:15.

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July 2013 - I Am Mixed
I Am Mixed and Mixed Up Clothing in collaboration. Mixed Up Clothing provided promotional items for the launch of Garcelle Beauvais' and Sebastian Jones' book.

 


July 2013 - Red Tricycle
Mixed Up Clothing has been nominated for Red Tricycle's 2013 Totally Awesome Awards in the category of "Clothing Lines for Girls." Please vote for us and thank you.
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July 2013 - Celebrity Baby Scoop
Tia Mowry-Hardrict's son Cree is wearing a Mixed Up Clothing Tiki button down camp shirt.



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July 2013 - Babiekins Magazine
"Our Pink Marigold Jumpsuit is featured in Issue 12 of Babiekins magazine."
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July 2013 - Ocean Magazine
"Infused with ethnically diverse styles with cultural twists, materials and designs are blended from all corners of the earth."



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July 2013 - Mocha Baby & Tween Magazine
Mixed Up Clothing is a featured brand promoting multiculturalism.

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June 2013 - Babiekins Magazine
"Our Purple Jewel Strappy Romper is featured in Issue 2 of Babiekins Magazine."



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June 2013 - LA18 Prime News
"On the local Korean Evening News, Sonia and her husband talk in support of the Cheerios commercial involving a multi-ethnic family."



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June 2013 - Mixed Nation
"I think my culture, upbringing and the fact that my kids are Korean plays a big part in what I do. The inspiration for Mixed Up Clothing comes from my desire to introduce my children to their cultures and the culture of others."
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June 2013 - Chocolate Me
"Excited about a SWEET new collaboration! Mixed Up Clothing and Chocolate Me! Together! The chocolate STAR AWARD!"
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June 2013 - KPCC Southern California Public Radio
"Kang and other group members initially thought to put together a press release and a statement thanking Cheerios, but soon came up with more creative ideas. People began taking photos of themselves and their own mixed-race families posing with Cheerios boxes, posting them to the group's Facebook page."



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May 2013 - Mixed Chicks Facebook Giveaway
"Mixed Up Clothing is a clothing line for children dedicated to celebr...ating diversity: "building friendships through fabrics". Mixed Up Clothing is the brainchild of Sonia Kang. Her dad is African American and her mom is Latina. Sonia was born in Puerto Rico. She was raised in Hawaii before settling in California. To further mix things up, her husband is Korean and they have 4 children. Talk about diversity."
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May 2013 - Being MVP
"Sonia infuses ethnically diverse styles with cultural twists, blending materials and designs from all corners of the earth."
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December 2012 - Caletha Crawford Childrenswear Consulting
Mixed Up Clothing was featured in the "Spring '13 New and Notable" spread.
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November 2012 - Sunshine and Sippy Cups
"There's a kids clothing company out there that shares my values, and understands wanting to open your kid's eyes to other cultures - Founded in 2007, Mixed Up Clothing is a multiethnic children's clothing line inspired by the textiles, cultures and people of the world, to develop friendships through fabrics. Each piece featured really cool, unique fabrics that tie into different cultures around the world. And the quality is seriously amazing."
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October 2012 - Superstar Babies
Mixed Up Clothing is Multicultural Clothing for the 21st Century.
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October 2012 - Mommy and Me Giveaways
"I love how Mixed Up Clothing has brought these 2 cultures together into one beautiful article of clothing. The dress has also held up beautifully to the terrors of a 3 year old! Jorja has worn it to school, to playdates, and many more times and yet it still looks so beautiful."
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October 2012 - The Giggle Guide
"The clothing introduces children to such things as the kente cloth of Africa, the hula girl from Hawaii, and the kokeshi doll from Japan, as well as the rich jewel tones of India. An example of Sonia's global scope can be seen in the vibrantly colored cotton used in some of her dresses with lace designs and skulls reminiscent of the bright paintings of Mexico."
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September 2012 - Earnshaw's
5 year old stylist �ine shows off a Mixed Up Clothing jumpsuit.
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September 2012 - Hott Mama in the City
"She loves her new dress. When it arrived she immediately wanted to wear it, I had her wear it the next morning to school. She was so proud about her new dress that she showed it off to anyone who walked by her."
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August 2012 - The babyScoop
"These hip designs for kids from Mixed Up Clothing are chock-full of that great summer vibe. Inspired by textiles, people and cultures around the globe, designer and owner Sonia Kang blends together a diverse sense of colour and pattern for little outfits with high personality and appeal."
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August 2012 - NewParent
"Created by Sonia Kang, these adorable little ensembles will surely become your child's favorites to put on before leaving the house. The bright-colored prints are super cute and stylish, inspired by cultural diversity from around the world."
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July 2012 - Earnshaw's
Mixed Up Clothing is featured in the July 2012 issue of Earnshaw's magazine in the "On Trend Mixed Prints" section.
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July 2012 - Modern Day Moms
"Sonia infuses ethnically diverse styles with cultural twists, blending materials and designs from all corners of the earth."
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July 2012 - Baby & Children's Product News
"Mixed Up Clothing infuses ethnically diverse styles with cultural twists, blending materials and designs from all corners of the earth."
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July 2012 - Celebrity Baby Scoop
"Take a journey with Mixed Up Clothing where your child will experience diverse cultures without leaving the country."
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June 2012 - Child Mode
"Having been raised in a very multicultural atmosphere, I have a bit of a soft spot for multi-ethnic clothing and textiles. Mixed Up clothing has brought a variety of cultures to the masses through fashion with their unique fabrics inspired by locations around the world."
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May 2012 - The Workshop at Macy's
Mixed Up Clothing was one of 17 select minority and women-owned companies to participate in the 2012 Workshop at Macy's. All participants aimed to gain a "greater insight of the retailing industry, learning what they need to know about further developing their products and working successfully with a major retailer."
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March 2012 - Children's Retail Today
"I first discovered Sonia's line as editor of HUDSON'S Childrenswear Review, and fell in love with the fun and kitschy fabrics she uses in her designs."
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December 2011 - Japanese American National Museum
"And in an increasingly diverse world where cultural misunderstandings are not at a loss, Mixed Up Clothing celebrates cultural and ethnic diversity and helps children understand various cultures a little better."
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September 2011 - HUDSON'S Childrenswear Review
Mixed Up Clothing was featured in the new fashions section.
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September 2011 - James Girone's Guide to the Children's Marketplace
"One example of Kang's global scope is the Sundress in brightly colored cotton with lace designs and skulls reminiscent of the bright painting in Mexico. A unique dress and a fashion forward way to freshen the skull motif."
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