Nominator and friend Emily Abreu said: ‘I wanted to take this opportunity to congratulate Izabella for her success in creating her own small business – all of the personal touches she puts into each order – as well as being able to juggle this with exams and many other commitments.’
Izabella has been running her own jewellery business for just over a year.
Emily continued: ‘In June 2020, Izabella started her own jewellery business, ISjewellery, which sells jewellery handmade by her and her sister Sofia.
‘Since then, she has made a huge variety of original jewellery pieces, all with unique designs and in an array of different styles.
‘Izabella is also enthusiastic about creating custom pieces for anyone who wants a specific colour scheme or style.’
More recently, she has started an Instagram account, @isstyl.e, which focuses on accessories and decoration. ‘She is currently selling lovely crochet bags,’ Emily said.
‘On top of this, Izabella is part of the Electric Quartet and is frequently involved in music concerts and performances, as well as taking the IB (International Baccalaureate) at Grammar Sixth Form.’
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