Floral prints and naive brushstrokes with touches of brightness and ornaments of colours, ruffles and embroidery, stripes and tartans, this is the extraordinary style that Pan con Chocolate presents in summer collection 2020 for children from different countries around the world.
Another season of Mini Mode has come to a close, showcasing AMAZING upcoming and established designers, all modelled by adorable Mini Models and we’re so excited for you all to see the gorgeous designs from the show!
Mini Mode – London Kids Fashion Week, returns for a fourth season to showcase both established and emerging childrenswear designers from around the globe.
The spectacular event will take place over two days during LFW on the13th and 14th of September 2019 at the exclusive, centrally located St Mary’s, in Wyndam Place, York Street, W1H 1PQ.
From 5 to 7 July FIMI, the International Fair for Children’s Fashion will present spring summer 2020 collections. Almost 200 exhibiting companies will show their proposals with a focus on high quality fabrics, design and competitive prices, main pillars of Spanish fashion, very appreciated in foreign markets.
Children Fashion from Spain has always brought to Pitti Bimbo a wave of color and cheerfulness, typical of the country they represent. At Pitti Bimbo 89, Spanish fashion trends were represented by Abel&Lula, Amaya, Boboli, Mayoral and Tuc Tuc.
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).
Summer is coming and we look forward to sharing with you all the news about 26th edition of Playtime Paris!
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.
Playtime Paris is always interesting and the 25th edition has confirmed the Parisian fair as an important incubator for new brands.
During Pitti Bimbo 88 Monnalisa, 50-year-old italian company leader in high-end childrenswear, presented its FW 2019-20 collection to press and buyers.
Starting from the January 2019 edition, at the start today, CIFF Kids grows up and becomes CIFF YOUTH. The new name reflects the desire of the Copenhagen fairtrade to engage with the youth culture in a more meaningful way and the decision to expand CIFF Kids towards new exciting directions.
Sporty, chic, floral, pop, urban, international, glamourous, fun. Stefania, the 5-year-old girl who owns already a international kids fashion brand, presented autumn winter 2019/20 collection at Pitti Bimbo 88.
Everything starts in the family: the one in which we are born, beginning our journey in life, the one that grows and educates us and that makes us individuals able to choose and live in this world. 25th edition of Playtime Paris chooses The Family theme for the presentation of the autumn/winter 2019/20 collections, declining it in 3 trend spaces.
Founded by UK childrenswear designer, Amanda Rabor, Mini Mode provides a unique spotlight on kid’s fashion. Mini Mode covers a range of fashion from toddlers through to teens and will be celebrating its first Birthday in February 2019 a year on since the shows initial debut.