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Childrens fashion trade news statement from Playtime
Childrens fashion trade news statement from Playtime re next editions just released and reproduced below. We are living in the most uncertain of times, nobody knows how long the current circumstances will last but this is an offering towards returning to commerce which we will have to just wait and see how things are towards the summer months. I’ve reproduced the email in full below. “
New kids fashion label Jellymade for fall 2020
New kids fashion label Jellymade was created by Irene Zugaza after studying fashion design in Barcelona and having worked in the kidswear world for many years. She decided it was time to take a moment and rethink what legacy we want to leave to our children and future generations. She moved back to her hometown in the Basque mountains and got to work. Presenting the first collection “Dear ...
Secret garden kids fashion by Il Gufo for SS20
Secret garden kids fashion by Il Gufo for SS20 shot by Franck Malthiery. It feels slightly odd to be posting kids fashion as the world is crashing around us. In honour though of all the hard work that goes into the production of a collection and then into the campaign shoots themselves I’ve decided to post the best kids fashion of summer 2020 as ...
Cheerful kids summer shoot from Yporqué
Cheerful kids summer shoot from Yporqué today to help cheer us up a bit in the current climate. The new SS20 collection is divided into four lines linked to four coloured stripes. #RESPECT_THE_LOCALS is the first line, inspired by the global concerns regarding oceans. #THINK_FUN is the second attitude, to follow as a lifestyle. #BREAK_THE_RULES is the most active rule, inviting the use of the power of our voices to ...
Cool kids spring editorial just released in Milk Korea
Cool kids spring editorial just released in the new issue of Milk Korea by Abi Campbell and Tracey Jacob. Its hard to shoot summer season clothing in the depths of winter, let alone in the wet winter we’re having here in the UK so its great to see some of our underused classic UK locations in this kids fashion ...
Kimono : Kyoto to catwalk at the V&A Museum now
On 29 February, the V&A Museum in Kensington opens Europe’s first major exhibition on kimono. The ultimate symbol of Japan, Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk presents the garment as a dynamic and constantly evolving icon of fashion. The exhibition reveals the sartorial and social significance of the kimono from the 1660s to the present day, both in Japan and in the rest of the world. Rare 17th and 18th ...
New kids footwear by Maison Mangostan longing for spring
New kids footwear by Maison Mangostan will make you long for summer in these dog end grey days of winter we are currently struggling through. ‘Revolution’ is the new SS20 collection inspired by nature and the respect for the environment from the cool kids shoe label. It is based on a message: the urgent need to be more and more conscious about environment. Maison ...
Cool boys fashion Boysmans second collection for SS20
Cool boys fashion Boysmans second collection for summer 2020 is now released. It is much harder to find a really strong boys fashion collection than you might imagine as so many brands concentrate on a preppy smart style or urban style jeans and hoodies. Boysmans is a clever pun on founder Caroline Bosmans own name and shares an irreverent spirit with her popular girls ...
Circus kids catwalk from Monnalisa kids fashion trends
Circus kids catwalk from Monnalisa for kids fashion trends FW20 at the Pitti Bimbo 90 trade show held in Florence last month. I’m catching up on trade show posts now for next fall/winter as there are a few things I have still to post and this is another set from Abi Campbell’s photo journey in Florence with me. Monnalisa always ...
Sustainability in kids fashion, a closer look
Sustainability in kids fashion is the current hot topic at the kids trade shows. Consumer perceptions are changing rapidly, a new generation of mothers has arrived with a more concerned attitude, to sustainability and the planet, to authenticity, to organic and natural products. Whilst at the moment this seems to be confined to the States, Scandinavia and Europe there is no doubt that it is a growing trend and like most trends ...