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Sustainable kids fashion summer 2020 by WAWA
Sustainable kids fashion summer 2020 by WAWA . One of the pleasures of a visit to CIFF Youth in Copenhagen is an evening meeting with Johanna Topooco, founder and owner of kids sustainable fashion label WAWA in a true Danish Hygge fashion at the cafe Hyggestund owned by the smart brewer Mikkeller. Johanna founded the brand in Copenhagen in 2016.
CIFF Youth kids fashion trade show previews summer 2020
CIFF Youth kids fashion trade show previewed summer 2020 last week in Copenhagen. This trade fair is now situated back in the same exhibition complex as the main adult fashion CIFF DK show and has been opened up and connected at the rear of the hall so visitors can access both fairs under one roof. A smart move which brought an increased amount of footfall to the kids ...
BO(Y)SMANS New boys fashion label by Caroline Bosmans
BO(Y)SMANS The new boys fashion label by Caroline Bosmans which launches on August 9th in stores and online. Positioned as a high end streetwear label just for boys but which is cool and edgy for girls too should they wish to steal the boys clothes. Featuring lots of touchable textures from plaid faux shearling to jumbo cord tailoring and cool exotic prints, this is ...
N21 kids fashion brand Pop-Up store in Harrods now open
N21 kids fashion brand Pop-Up store in Harrods is now open. Created and directed by Alessandro Dell’Acqua, the Italian labels kidswear pop-up store at Harrods will remain open until early October 2019 and features mini me versions of his cool adult lines. The temporary store will showcase N21 Kids FW19 collection, which is colourful, bubbly, urban and cool.
Underwater Origami for summer 2020 kidswear by EFVVA
Underwater Origami for summer 2020 kidswear by EFVVA with a sneak peek at this collection which is exhibiting to buyers at Playtime Tokyo on July 31st to August 2nd and at CHIC Shanghai in September. Ever mindful of the world we are now living in Underwater Origami combines inspirations from both the Japanese practise of Origami and the urgent issue of the climate change that is the ...
Kids fashion from Spain summer 2020
Kids fashion from Spain summer 2020 from the Pitti Bimbo 89 edition catwalks. This is always such a fun show and one label really showed the best brightest and most fun holiday wear ever which was Tuc Tuc whose tropical prints were decorated with fluttering bold vibrant coloured feathers which extended to both bags and big bird style footwear. The other brands in this ...
Kids fashion trends SS20 from Manila Grace catwalk
Kids fashion trends SS20 from Manila Grace catwalk at Pitti Bimbo 89 last week. The Manila Grace show had some very cool ensembles from silky logo print casuals to romantic summer dresses for high heat days accessorised with cool hats. In fact one of the best press gifts of the Pitti Bimbo season this year was the much sought after Manila Grace embroidered straw hat as the temperature ...
Pitti Bimbo 89 kids fashion for summer 2020
Pitti Bimbo 89 kids fashion for summer 2020 was a fabulous edition, here are a few sneak peeks from the huge selection there. Based in Florence the fair maintains its position as the largest and best trade show in the kids fashion universe with again around 10,000 visitors of which just over half are buyers from Italy and overseas. A redesign this year combined most of the smaller ...
Balmain Pucci and Simonetta sneak peeks kids fashion SS20
Here are some early sneak peeks from the brands Balmain Pucci and Simonetta for spring/summer 2020 even though it feel as if summer hasn’t even started yet here in the UK,  but for trade buyers and press summer 2020 is about to begin at Pitti Bimbo 89 on Thursday in Florence. For Balmain the kidswear ...
Bold prints for kids fashion from Rebel Republic for SS/20
Bold prints for kids fashion from Rebel Republic today. Launched in May 2017, this girls fashion brand is handmade in Egypt while their bold colourful fabrics are imported from all over the world. Founded by a mother and daughter, Layla and Nada Amer who explain their inspired journey below; “We always found difficulty in finding unique and eccentric clothes for our little ones, so we started buying garments ...
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