Mini Mode – London’s Premier Kids Fashion Week: save the date!

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.

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: we’ve been in London during the first edition of the show and can assure you it’s really entertaining and inspiring.

You can have a look at our spotlights during the show (with very special guest Sissi as model for Infantium Victoria and Sundiatic) in our Instagram Stories here.

Mini Mode – London’s Premier Kids Fashion Week: new brands

Mini Mode – London’s Premier Kids Fashion Week will showcase a range of emerging designers and established childrenswear designers from around the globe during London Fashion Week including:

ADAM & LOUISA (UK) 

Adam & Louisa (A&L) childrenswear is a new UK brand who join contemporary lifestyle with couture designs. A&L’s collections are inspired by the currents trends and adapted to follow their brand ethos. A&L’s fashion forward designs bring a unique and playful edge to childrenswear. A&L’s take pride in designing and making pieces within the UK and materials are very important to us, this why they work with recyclable fabrics.

ARI LONDON

ARI is a contemporary luxury Prêt-À-Couture fashion label with a focus on remastering design under the creative direction of Fatimah Hussain. We design our clothing to be fluid and transient, in tune with nature’s gentle ebb and flow. Delicately disrupting the status quo.

BEBEBEBE (KOREA)

As a contemporary designer kids brand in Korea, BEBEBEBE features delicate detail with original design and activity. BEBEBEBE wants children to be happy to wear their clothes, the brand combines high quality with reasonable price points.

HUNTER + BOO (UK) 

Hunter + Boo is a modern, ethical baby and childrenswear label that doesn’t compromise on style or personality. Made with the softest 100% organic cotton and eco dyes, each garment celebrates the joy and beauty of childhood, made with care to leave as light a footprint on the environment as possible.

HUGLAND (SWEDEN)

Hugland believes that colour has a great impact on our minds. It affects our mood, feelings and behaviour, both positively and negatively. Hugland strive to harness the positive effects of colour and texture in its designs, to stimulate the senses of the playful inner child – grown up or not.

INFANTIUM VICTORIA (GERMANY) 

Infantium Victoria is a design-driven childrenswear label; equal parts wearable and avant-garde. Every collection starts with a creative exploration on a theme of personal or social import, expressed through artful silhouettes, custom made fabrics, hand-embroidery, original prints and fine, organic fibers. *Julia Gaydina @ Infantium Victoria Photography

ISOSSY CHILDREN (UK) 

Isossy Children creates culturally infused contemporary collections delivering our message of  modern heritage in kids fashion. Our collections bring individuality through vivacious colour and textile prints, all created by Isossy Children.

JNR NATION (AUSTRALIA)

JNR NATION is a unique and edgy Australian clothing brand that creates handmade statement pieces for its loyal customers across the world. The Lycra infused threads are designed to be standout wardrobe pieces, for those that were born to be show stoppers. *Sarah Richards Photography

PEZPUNTO (SPAIN) 

PezPunto is a Mediterranean brand of children’s clothing from 3 to 16 years old. We think, design and make all our clothes in our workshop in Barcelona to make two collections a year, limited edition. We use textile stocks of natural fabrics and customize them with techniques of handmade prints to get unique garments. *Mireia Rodriguez Photography

SHOKUNIN SHOES (SINGAPORE) 

Shokunin Shoes features classic silhouettes of fashionable yet functional leather shoes for kids designed in sunny Singapore, and hand-crafted by experienced shoe artisans in Europe. Inspired by the Shokunin Spirit of perfection and dedication of Japanese artisans for centuries, Shokunin Shoes creates shoes of the finest quality which are clean, sleek and minimalist.

SMALL STORIES (UK) 

Small Stories is a new casual wear brand for kids aged 0 to 7 years. Small Stories is childrenswear artistically expressed, inspired by a child’s untamed imagination, of stories told and adventures that unfold. The ethos of Small Stories is their approach to prints that echoes the brush strokes of an artist giving a painterly quality that makes our clothing uniquely identifiable and timeless. Sustainability is essential too; ethically creating garments that are natural. *Mikolai Berg Photography

ZOOBUG LONDON (UK)

ZOOBUG LONDON’s award-winning sunglasses are designed for kids from 0-12 years. The styles – offered in a range of sizes – are fitted with high-quality polarised lenses for excellent UV protection and details that ensure a good fit and high levels of comfort on smaller faces.

*YOI SOCKS

Mini Mode has a fabulous exclusive with Yoi Socks that offer quirky, fun, ‘poptastic’ socks that will be featured throughout the show complementing various designers.

*DOT TO DOT LONDON AWARD WINNERS

Dot to Dot London’s Award Winners, including Chakra Design Studio, Little Borne and Tarantela will have the exclusive opportunity to showcase selected pieces from their collection on the catwalk at Mini Mode.

Mini Mode Show Timings

Saturday 15th September 2018 at LSO St. Luke’s, 161 Old Street, London, EC1V 9NG

Mini Mode Press / Industry Show – 12pm
Open to Press, Industry, Buyers, Bloggers and Influencers
Showcase New S/S 2019 Collections

Mini Mode Consumer Show – 3pm
Open to Consumers
Showcase See-Now-Buy-Now Collections for A/W 2018

 

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.

For further information on Mini Mode – London’s Premier Kids Fashion Week visit: www.mini-mode.co.uk

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