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California Story, new kids fashion editorial by Abi Campbell
California Story, a new kids fashion editorial by Abi Campbell shot on the hoof with some of the city’s most famous architectural landmarks from the 50’s and 60’s. A special Smudgetikka collaboration with Simonetta, the Italian kids fashion label renowned for their exquisite girls dresses which can be worn for ceremony and special occasions or a just a city style holiday.
A new kids editorial ‘Walk About’ by Jo Patterson
A new kids editorial by Jo Paterson ‘ Walk About’ has been released by Milk Magazine Korea. Styled by Tracey Jacobs, this cool kids fashion story has a long summer days languid feel to the shots loosely inspired by the famous movie Walkabout which was shot in the Australian Outback and released in 1971. The wide expanse of the Cape Town location reminded the ...
‘Mary Queen of Sports’ kids editorial fashion
‘Mary Queen of Sports’ kids editorial fashion featuring a mash up of regality and gender neutral kids sports vibes inspired by the new goddesses of Hollywood who are modern, powerful, spirited females. In particular the presence of Olivia Coleman with her role in The Favourite and her raspberry blowing Oscar acceptance speech. Shot by Brian O’Hanlon and styled by Karen Jones Russell using a ...
Scandi kids fashion label Molo sneak peek at F/W 19
Scandi kids fashion label Molo sneak peek at Fall/Winter 2019 today. Three main stories divide this autumn/winter kids fashion collection for boys, with another three for girls. Boyswear features urban city inspired clothes in neutral colours with pops of night vision green, yellow and red for darker city streets. Secondly are intergalactic space prints with silver and gold accents on black and navy tones and the third theme is ...
Kids fashion press shows for FW19
There’s been a few kids fashion press shows for FW19 this week in London so I thought I would add some of the shots that didn’t make it onto Instagram but are noteworthy from the ones I’ve attended. First off was Their Nibs who have changed direction and while they still have a kids fashion clothing collection they have newly expanded into kids and adult nightwear with ...
Classic sustainable kids knitwear by As We Grow
Classic sustainable kids knitwear by As We Grow is perfect for the new circular  fashion economy. This beautiful Icelandic based knitwear company has expanded from their initial sweater offering into a wider range of garments that share the classic with a modern touch aesthetic. As We Grow is one of the most authentic, sustainable and “slow fashion” kids brands to emerge in the last ...
Scandi style kids fashion from Soft Gallery summer 2019
Scandi style kids fashion from Soft Gallery summer 2019 with a summer in the city style shoot. The Scandinavian label which recently celebrated their twelfth anniversary has this year seen a split between the two founders Tine Holt Møller and Barbara Hvidt with Barbara leaving the mantle to Tine to pursue other interests. “Soft Gallery has a long and proud history.
Sustainable kids swimwear at Marks and Spencer
Sustainable kids swimwear at Marks and Spencer joins the adult sustainable swim collection for summer 2019. One of the few main big high st chains to be tackling modern concerns with an agenda to provide more vegan food options too, Marks and Spencer is looking at many ways into future retailing and adapting new initiatives. The kids swimwear is made from recycled plastic.
Figure it Out affordable kids fashion by Ulla Nyeman in Hooligans
Affordable kids fashion titled ‘Figure it Out’ in a story shot by Ulla Nyeman for Hooligans magazine newest issue today. This is a cool photographic studio shoot which twists and turns clothes into artistic shapes from the new issue of Hooligans magazine using more chain store clothing than designer labels. High St brands H&M, Zara, Uniqlo and Marks and Spencer feature in the budget ...
Minimal kids fashion at Miss L. Ray
Minimal kids fashion at Miss L. Ray for summer 2019 with architectural inspired shapes plus a feminine touch. A neutral palette of cream and white is broken up with bursts of primary “crayon” colours such as yellow, violet blue and fuchsia. Architecture drives the shapes of the collection with clean, uncluttered lines complemented by the occasional considered pleat, ruffle and flounce. The starting point and a backdrop for the ...