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Kids Digi Fashion weeks for AW21/22 at The Rendez-vous
Kids Digi Fashion weeks for AW21/22 from The Rendez-vous  launches 13.00pm Central European time Monday 15th February with part two on March 8th 2021. Take two… and action: The kid’s fashion industry social media event that connects the industry, returns for AW21 with the ensemble cast of Pirouette, Scimparello, Hooligans and Smudgetikka together again for The Rendez-Vous ...
Return of The Rendez-vous
Return of The Rendez-vous with a seasonal magical Winter Wonderland begins today. Join us Monday 12:00 GMT for the launch of The Rendez-Vous Global Winter Wonderland 3 day event on Instagram! Look out for our cheeky little Elf Hoogah popping up with some surprises not only on The Rendez-Vous feeds but across IG! We also have a fantastic giveaway, maybe you’ll be lucky! The Rendez-Vous team play virtual Secret Santa & our wonderful friends ...
Gucci kids fashion for autumn 2020 at Childrensalon
Gucci kids fashion for autumn 2020 is a perfect mini me collection based on many of the favourite adult styles. The mix of retro inspiration, often inspired by antique market buys, and quirky proportion shifts is well suited to the kids fashion market with mothers who want to see their offspring in something adorable. Let’s not forget the resale value here as well, pricey as the originals may ...
Summer 2021 kids fashion previews day four
Summer 2021 kids fashion previews day four at The Rendez-view with another four new brands today kicking off with Barn of Monkeys. Barn of Monkeys “Barn of Monkeys is a creative fashion lab with a special approach to the concept of style. It’s a brand with solid social and cultural values, seeking to create outstanding long-lasting garments, using nothing but the best fabrics, made with ...
Casual kids fashion at Morley for Fall 2020
Casual kids fashion at Morley for Fall 2020 featuring overdyed classic plaids and cool camouflage with pink and emerald green variation. Morley is a well known Belgium brand catering for boys and girls aged 2-18 years. The fall/winter collection is beginning to be available now online. Look out for the overdyed white tartan which gives a pink, yellow or green hue in a very ...
Kids fashion previews for SS21 at The Rendez-vous
Kids fashion previews for SS21 last day at The Rendez-vous and today we have The Bonnie Mob,Kaleidoscope, Age of Innocence and The New Society. The Rendez-vous will also be back on the 7th September with twenty more brands for Kids Digital Fashion week number two, so make a mark in your diary!   The Bonnie Mob Our story began in 2005 with ...
Cool Baby Dior childrenswear FW2020
Cool Baby Dior childrenswear for FW2020 is one of the first autumn shoots I’ve seen since lockdown and was shot for the Dior magazine. The shoot is by Klas Strom with styling by Deborah Sfez and has a simple approach in line with the simple, mostly mono coloured, tailored collection. In common with a lot of the womenswear that is ...
Kids fashion Soul Rebel style in the Dominican Republic
Kids fashion Soul Rebel style in the Dominican Republic photographed by UK fashion photographer Abi Campbell. One of the last completed kids fashion shoots before the UK lockdown for Covid 19. The team flew back just a couple of days before it all kicked off. Featured in the new edition of Milk Korea this shoot showcases the fabulous locations on the island with funky ...
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 ...
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 ...
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