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The Art of doing Nothing by Tiny Cottons
The Art of doing Nothing by Tiny Cottons or as they prefer to call it Dolce far Niente. The summer 2020 collection from this cool Spanish family owned label has the perfect relaxed clothing for a stay at home summer. Adults can rewear last summers clothes without a problem this year but the kids will be growing and while some can make do others will have shot up ...
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 ...
Kids fashion in Paris, sneak peeks from trade show Playtime Paris 2020
Kids fashion in Paris, sneak peeks for fall/winter 2020 from the trade show Playtime Paris 2020 today in a quick post before I whizz off to CIFF Youth in Copenhagen tomorrow. The trade shows in Paris were quiet but some exhibitors were very happy with the orders received. It seems that buyers are heading to labels that have strong identities and branding, safe and ...
New season kids shoots Noe & Zoe Summer 2020
New season kids fashion shoots start being released now and throughout January for the spring/summer 2020 season, today we have Noe & Zoe Summer 2020. The first looks of the season are always interesting to see whose collections have a strong identity and who has missed the boat! Noe & Zoe never miss the boat and as they have a really strong graphic component ...
Modern colour kids fashion by Franck Malthiery
Modern colour kids fashion by Franck Malthiery for our second story from the new Hooligans December magazine  which I first featured on Tuesday. There is a freshness to the colour combinations here, it’s like a winter palette cleanser as the sale clothes retreat and the new spring collections come into the stores. Styled by Jill Rothstein ...
Spring kids style for 2020 at Tia Cibani
Spring kids style for 2020 at Tia Cibani sneak preview today. Long time fashion designer in both kids and womens fashion Tia Cibani always delights the eye with her ethnic mash up collections featuring tons of details, intricate prints and generous cuts. For spring/summer 2020 she was inspired by the artist Amrita Sher Gil and her Hungarian heritage. The collection builds off of Amrita’s genius ...
Upcycled kids fashion at Bonpoint for SS20
Upcycled kids fashion at Bonpoint for SS20 with a new direction from recently appointed Creative Director Anne Valerie Hash who has a strong background in womenswear and childrens design from running her own eponymous label for 13 years. Anne made a flash visit to London to showcase the new kids Spring/Summer 2020 collections and explained the story behind the new Bonpoint upcycled collection. ‘ When I first visited ...
The Child With In – playfulness with Milk & Biscuits FW19
The Child With In playfulness with Milk & Biscuits in a new photoshoot for the fall/winter 2019 season featuring some of the adult collection created with a special collaboration. One of the most eco friendly options is to work with recycled, dead stock or upcycled fabrics. This F/W season Milk & Biscuits  partnered with one of China’s most unique and beautiful fashion womenswear brands
Kids go groovy with Finger in the Nose fall 2019
Kids go groovy with Finger in the Nose fall 2019 and a fab set of look book shots. Well know for their skinny jeans, modern padded jackets and cool casual look the label has recently expanded the girls collection which for fall/winter 2019 offers printed dresses, chunky cord, faux shearling and jumpsuits. Given a slightly retro feel with 70’s colours and plenty of faux textured pieces the new ...
Cool Italian kids fashion Fendi FW19
Cool Italian kids fashion Fendi FW19 shot by Joanna Paterson today. Fendi is a powerhouse Italian label that lost its main adult line designer with Karl Lagerfeld’s passing earlier this year so it will be interesting to see how the house changes and adapts with new designers. The kids line has been quirky and had a cartoonish feel over the past few years with ...