Mini Mode: London’s Premier Kid’s Fashion Week showcase cool brands

Mini Mode – London’s Premier Kid’s Fashion Week is just around the corner! I told you about this unmissable appointment with kids fashion in this article and today it’s time to discover more about the brands.

Mini Mode – London’s Premier Kid’s Fashion Week will showcase a range of emerging designers and established childrenswear designers.

Lady V Couture

Today Lady V Couture works with some of London’s best designers and seamstresses to create the finest gowns for little princesses-in-waiting from across the globe, shimmering dramatic dresses, entirely handmade in London from the finest materials and with the greatest of skill and artistry. The Lady V Couture range consists of fourteen handcrafted couture gowns, each unique with their own story, each taking at least six seamstresses over two months to create in our London studio, and each with the capacity to make any little girl feel like the princess they truly are, no matter the occasion.

Infantium Victoria

Founded in 2014 by Julia Gaydina and Dinie van den Heuvel, Infantium Victoria specialises in the design of high-end organic and vegan fashion for kids. Influenced by a deep fascination for romantic themes and nostalgia, Infantium Victoria offers a true alternative to mainstream fast-fashion – not only aesthetically but also ethically. They deliver sophisticated yet practical designs that last – clothes full of individuality, bemused and inspiring at the same time.

Rebel Republic

Rebel Republic is a luxury, ready-to-wear kidswear brand with a rebellious tendency for the eccentric! Rebel Republic’s designers are non other than mother daughter duo, Layla and Nada Amer. With oversized bows and ethnic tribal prints, Rebel Republic brand draws its inspiration from colorful cultures, symbolizing a fun, free-spirited personality. Each item is unique on its own, handcrafted to perfection yet with an edgy twist!

Isossy Children

Isossy Children‘s newest collection ‘Passion and Play’ explores, textiles and textures mixing, velvet and velour, chiffon, scuba and jerseys into a warm blend of deep colours with tactile wonderment. It’s playful as it is deeply expressive embodying diverse globalness and modern heritage. This collection is an expansion of last year’s presentation adding additional prints and more easy to wear casual pieces, perfect for Back to School and everyday wear. Isossy has been expanding their offering to include unique t-shirts, sweats pieces and Isossy printed velour leggings. It’s an individual and exciting offering.

Daniele Alessandrini Kids

In 2010, a new era began for the brand Daniele Alessandrini with the debut of the Daniele Alessandrini Kids line entrusted to the professionalism and twenty-year experience of Marbel in the production and distribution of childrenswear. Marbel strives to instil the same soul and identity of the Daniele Alessandrini brand in the Kids collections, focusing on the needs of comfort and wearability that the active life of children and teenagers requires.

Amelie et Sophie

Amelie et Sophie was launched by an architect, Margaret Plutecka, mother of 3. She established the brand that is completely dedicated to little ladies from 3 to 12 years old. Attentive to detail, balance, form and aesthetics, Margaret develops the originality of Amelie et Sophie with an artistic approach. As a little house of couture, each piece is meticulously handmade in Warsaw, Poland from the highest quality silk, wool, cashmere, cotton, linen and others.

LOUD Apparel

LOUD Apparel reflects an amalgamation of British creativity and the minimalistic Italian design, aimed at fashion-conscious children and parent alike, the collections cater from 6 months – 14 years old with a penchant for cutting-edge style, quality and comfort.

The Bonnie Mob

The Bonnie Mob offers playful clothes from newborn snuggles to seven-year old explorers. Sustainability is at the heart of brand, they design and make colourful and fun clothing with a conscience, for babies and kids.

Sproet & Sprout

Unisex designs for babies and kids that aren’t polished and slick, but edgy, adventurous and fun. A true Sproet & Sprout design comes in calm, basic colours, but still stands out from the
crowd. We let our prints do the talking. All drawn by hand, leaving room for the perfect imperfections that bring our designs to life.

Where’s that Bear?

Where’s that Bear? is a brand that’s devoted to a love of fashion and children. It’s a predominately unisex brand with a big personality for kids aged between 1 and 6. Our clothes are beautifully cut, simple and modern with an interesting colour palette. Bear loves hide and seek, see if you can find him on each item in the collection!

Barn of Monkeys

Barn of Monkeys is a creative fashion lab with a special approach to concept of style; offering kids fashion for both kids and teens aged 2-16 years.


Suindiatic offers a totally sustainable collection of comfortable clothes for little ones. With a width range of warm and soft story colours. It’s a baby and kids collection from 0 to 7 years, made for spirited people that climb, crawl and play.

Mini Mode Show Timings

Friday 16th February 2018 at The Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, London, W1U 5AS

Mini Mode Press / Industry Show
11.30am – 2pm
Open to Press, Industry, Buyers, Bloggers and Influencers
Showcase New A/W Collections

Mini Mode Consumer Show
3pm – 5.30pm
Open to Consumers
Showcase Latest Collections (Ready To Buy)

Mini Mode is supporting the Osteopathic Centre for Children charity and will be donating 20% of all ticket sales to raise money to support the charity and create awareness of the OCC.

The OCC has provided specialist paediatric osteopathy for perinatal women, babies, children and teens on a donate-what-you-can basis. The OCC’s highly skilled paediatric osteopaths use very gentle, non-invasive techniques to help soothe and relax babies or relieve tension and stresses on mum’s body before or after birth. They also treat older children up to 18 years old with various issues and support families with children with disabilities and learning difficulties. This amazing charity always treat holistically to help restore, maintain and support health and well-being.

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