And the winner? It's a shoe-in

Fourteen-year-old Kobi Miller, pictured here with youth worker Randy Ashie, has won a competition organised by social exclusion charity City Gateway to design a pair of shoes.

Sole mates: Miller and Ashie
Sole mates: Miller and Ashie

City Gateway, which helps disadvantaged people in the London borough of Tower Hamlets, asked young people at its Limehouse Youth Club to come up with designs. Kobi's design was shortlisted by a panel of staff, volunteers and apprentices at the charity before young people at the youth club voted it as the winner. 

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