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.
Pitti Immagine Bimbo, the international exhibition for kids fashion, is increasingly becoming a platform for the global launch of projects related to the world of research and lifestyle .
Mini Mode – London’s Premier Kids Fashion Week made its mark on the UK fashion calendar, as it returned for a second season during London Fashion Week this September for your fashion news features.
Mini Mode, an incredible new platform to showcase kids fashion during London Fashion Week has revealed a selection of designers that will be showcasing at spectacular Industry Show and Consumer Show on Saturday 15th September 2018 at LSO St. Luke’s, Old Street in London.
Playtime Paris, in its 24th edition, which was held at Parc Floral from June 30th to July 2nd for the launch of the summer collections, has highlighted through the theme Kindness environmental and social initiatives from a growing number of designers who care the impact of fashion on our planet.
Do you want to know spring summer 2019 trends ? Pitti Bimbo 87 made us discover all the trends for next season, highlighting the news thanks to shows, parties, catwalks, events. You followed us in Instagram Stories (which you can still find among the content in evidence so you can watch again when you want!) but it’s time to show you all the pictures and tell you about the trends for spring summer 2019.
Looking for innovative brands to wear your child every day, without going unnoticed but just staying child? #ACTIVELAB is the section of Pitti Bimbo that collects the brands that do research and that maintain a footprint in streetwear and sportswear.
Playtime Paris returns to the Parc Floral from June 30 to July 2 for its 24th edition.
A season under the theme of Kindness, as a praise to mutual help and sharing between professionals passionate about their profession.
In a week I will take you, as always, to Florence with us for Pitti Bimbo 87: from June 21st to 23rd Florence becomes the capital of kids fashion thanks to the main international exhibition, a reference in childrens fashion. Are you ready to find out some preview?
CIFF Kids is always the most stimulating kids fashion fair for us: it reflects 100% our style and our letkidsbekids philosophy and, not least, we find many brands that are attentive to environment and sustainability.
As every edition of CIFF Kids, January 2018 edition presented to buyers and press children’s fashion collections for Fall/Winter 2018/19 also with meetings, conferences, panels.