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Minidunadu funky kids swimwear from the adult label for summer 2015
Minidunadu is the funky kids swimwear line from the Spanish label Dunadu who have been producing adult swimwear since 2000. From 1 – 12 years old, for boys and girls, the line is funky and inspired by Antia and Carla the daughters of designer Sarah who always have a lot to say, she says: “All the collections are inspired in magic moments around a soundtrack.
Sunuva kids swimwear fashion for spring/summer 2015
The British kids swimwear label Sunuva launches its spring/summer 2015 collection today which will be available to buy from their website with the whole collection on display. As well as some cool designs for next spring the company has an interesting collaboration with the iconic US espadrille brand Soludus with matching prints in the most important shoe for summer kids fashion next season. Sunuva is also quite ...
Gorgeous kids swimwear campaign for Floatimini with a tribal look
Floatimini is a US kids swimwear label that relaunched itself this year with a stronger image and concentrating just on girls ages 6 months to 8 years. This new set of photos shows a striking image change with a great tribal influenced look for the girls which suits the patterned and sophisticated new styles very well. The photographer was Gerard Harten, a Parisian specialist in kidswear Floatimini was established 6 years ...
Last of the summer sun? Kids swimwear shoot with a taste of next summer to come.
Its near the end of the summer sales so getting a kids swimsuit for the rest of the summer might be a bit tricky now but this gorgeous shoot from kids photographer Emma Tunbridge and stylist Grace Lott shows off the newest styles in the ocean and is a foretaste of the strong pastel shades coming next spring 2014. One of the strongest ...
Retro styled kids swimwear by Agnes Valentine for summer 2013
Since I first saw the Agnes Valentine swimwear collection for girls in 2009 I have always thought there was a gem of a great idea there. With its retro Chanel styling and navy/red/cream colourways it was fresh and non kiddy like but also sporty and stylish, a hard combination to pull off. The adult line has the same simplicity but with deeper cuts and less coverage. The collection now does incorporate some girly ...
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