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Monnalisa fashion show at Pitti Bimbo 89: Fairy Tale SS2020 collection

Monnalisa fashion show is the usual event that inaugurates and illuminates the first evening of every Pitti Bimbo. With all the elegance, enchantment and romance that have always distinguished the Italian brand, the first evening of Pitti Bimbo is always a dreamy event, which sends everyone home happy, with a feeling of muffled joy (which almost makes you forget the tiredness of the whole day).

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Ready for Pitti Bimbo 89: infos and highlights

592 collections, 393 of which from abroad (66% of the total), 176 among new and return brands.Plus: 5,350 buyers (2,450 of which from abroad) and a total of 10,000 visitors at the last summer edition.  These are the figures for Pitti Bimbo, a privileged observatory for learning about the latest ideas in children’s fashion and lifestyles which maps the constantly evolving fashion industry that, in June, will be launching the big innovation of the new The Kid’s Lab! project.  

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Kids fashion Trend SS19: Red

The red, as we imagine it, as a typically warm color, without limits, acts interiorly as a very lively, kindred, restless, which does not possess the character of the prodigality of yellow, which is consumed by spreading from all sides, but It generates, in spite of all its energy and intensity, a strong note of an immense energy, almost conscious of its own end.

Wassily Kandinsky

One of the SS19 trend in children fashion, which AW 18/19 season had foretold us and that I have already partly told you after Florence, Paris, Copenhagen, is definitely red.

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Organic clothes for children: Who said you have to spend too much?!

Buying organic clothes for children is generally a prerogative of eco-conscious parents. But not only that, there are many reasons why you should choose organic garments: from children’s allergies problems (as in our case, do you remember the problems we had with atopic dermatitis?!) to environmental beliefs, from social reasons (often companies that produce organic clothing are also Fair Trade) to attitudes of style and no gender…

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