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Ciff Kids: Autumn/Winter 18/19 in the Northern Europe’s most progressive kids fashion and lifestyle fair

Save the date: from January 31st to February 2nd 2018 at Forum Copenhagen. It’s time to attend at CIFF KIDS, Northern Europe’s most progressive kids fashion and lifestyle fair, with more than 300 brands in kids fashion, kids design and accessories.

CIFF Kids: brands and news

Soft Gallery, Someday Soon, Les Coyotes de Paris, Little Remix, PopupshopMarMar Copenhagen, IGI, Krutter, Lilli & Leopold, Tumble n’ Dry, Liewood, MP Denmark, Repose AMS, Pierrot la Lune, WHEAT, By Clara, VEJA (NEW), Monkind, Bisgaard (NEW – have attended earlier seasons but are back now), Sproet & Sprout, Garcia, Loudly, Mads Nørgaard, GRO Company, I Dig Denim ,Hound, LMTD, Crush Denim (NEW), Petit by Sofie Schnoor, How to kiss a frog, Serendipity, FUB, Christina Rohde, Bobo Choses, Kompagniet (D-XEL), By Heritage, Bonton (NEW), EBBE, Angulus, Minimalisma, Kisse, Mini Rodini, Anarkid (NEW), Hannah & Tiff, Follow C (NEW), Wildkind, Bopy – Meduse, Kongens Sløjd, LIVLY, Huttelihut, Meraki, Filibabba, FABELAB, Loullou, Bonet et Bonet, Cam Cam Copenhagen, LEGOWEAR (NEW)

CIFF Kids: special projects for upcoming edition

The main purpose of the fair is of course to showcase all the new collections from the brands participating, but as usual at CIFF Kids more than in other fair all across Europe you can breathe the nordic mood and take part to stimulating projects.

First of all, a new exhibition: PLEASE TOUCH, by textile designer Kristine Mandsberg that encourage her audience to touch and move the installations so that the exhibition changes and becomes alive. PLEASE TOUCH has to be experienced as a total installation, where works and display are one great marvelous, visual and tactile experience.

See the exhibition on the balcony of Forum Copenhagen during CIFF KIDS
January 31st – February 2nd

Don’t miss pej gruppen’s trend talk Your guide to Autumn/Winter 18/19 Power to the people: The reality of our world is a consumer living with polarization, political instability, info overload, scandals and mistrust in authorities. In such a world the very basic values in life become centre of attention. We seek stronger relations, deeper seeded values and personal freedom. Design is always a mirror of the spirit of time and values of a given time and the dreams that we have a about a good life. The concept of freedom is the centre of the season autumn/winter 18/19 and the colours of styles are clearly communicated through four trend themes: Freedom to be neutral, Freedom to be curious, Freedom to think global on Freedom to speak up

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
13.00 – Speakers Corner (Balcony) – Speaker: Rikke Skytte, trend forecaster at pej gruppen, in English.

Exclusive to CIFF KIDS, after the success of the first edition last summer, the panel discussion is to address topics and issues concerning today’s kids fashion and lifestyle industry. Four buyers from all over the world – Wael AlFatayri from Level Kids (UAE), Kimberly Wardell from Design Life Kids (US), Nicola Eyre from Cissy Wears (UK) and Dwayne Edmondsson from Babyshop (SE & NO) – moderated by Bianca Wessel from Little Scandinavian.

Thursday, 1st of February, 5pm in Forum Room

An important charity project at CIFF Kids: Childrens Brain Cancer Foundation x CIFF Kids, every child deserves a long and healthy life

CIFF Kids partnered this edition with Childrens Brain Cancer Foundation, founded in 2013 by Anette, a mother – just like us – who lost her eldest daughter to an incurable brain tumour at the age of just three years. CIFF KIDS will help to raise money for the foundation, that supports research in paediatric brain tumours in the pursuit of improving the prognosis for all children affected by a brain tumour, and eventually finding a cure for all paediatric brain tumours.

“We greatly appreciate the support from CIFF KIDS. It is a wonderful opportunity to raise awareness about this disease, and raise funds for research.”
– Anette, Founder of the Children’s Brain Cancer Foundation

“We are so proud to be partner with The Children’s Brain Cancer Foundation and try to help them with our CIFF community. We think we all can do something first to raise awareness about this disease and continuously help to collect funds for research”
– Kristian W. Andersen, CIFF Fashion & Design Director

The Children’s Brain Cancer Foundation works for the establishment of a research and treatment centre for children diagnosed with a brain tumour, as part of the new children’s hospital in Copenhagen opening in 2024. For all donations over 5000 kr. (600 euros), you will participate in a raffle. BC Hospitality Group has kindly offered prices including nights at their award winning four-star hotel AC Bella Sky.

2 comments

  1. Emily

    Can my 8 year old Kenyan daughter who is a model model in the event

    1. sissimum

      The catwalk is managed by the organization of the fair, you should contact them

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