Pitti Bimbo 90: Children Fashion from Spain

Spanish brands’ catwalk is an unmissable event at Pitti Bimbo: also for the 90th edition of the most important childrenswear fair, Children Fashion from Spain brings on the catwalk four of the 61 Spanish brands present in Florence.

Abel&Lula, Boboli, Mayoral and tuc tuc present autumn winter 2020/21 collections in a green-themed fashion show, not only engaging for the public but also offering plenty of hints for thought.

Children Fashion from Spain at Pitti Bimbo 90: We are the future

In an urban setting, children call to action with boards and colors: Stop plastic pollution! Go Green! There is no planet B! Recycle!, Save animals! 

The urban style on the catwalk merges with a lifestyle that follows environmental principles, which seeks gardens even in the middle of concrete and, above all, works to create them where they do not exist.

A green reflection that seeks consistency also in the looks of the four Spanish brands, which focus on ecological fabrics, with reference to nature in prints and colors: orange, brown, red, green, neutral tones play with contrast with dark tones and details bright and metallic.

Abel & Lula, the premium brand of the Mayoral group born in 2019, for autumn winter 2020/21 draws inspiration from the upper bourgeoisie with the Velvet collection. The classic Prince of Wales print is reinterpreted in modern garments such as trench coats or shorts and in dresses and jackets with balloon sleeves. The colors of the collection are black and white. (Photos credit: Emily Kornya)

The inspiration for Boboli‘s autumn winter 2020/21 collection ranges from retro or British lines, for a classic back to school or for more chic ceremony, to more comfy themes in tune with nature. Urban style, athleisure, attention to the world of space and creativity as a means of personal expression characterize casual and sport garments while the more elegant lines, looking chic, are inspired by New York and Parisian style. The color palette also ranges from understated tones such as grenade, navy and ecru to retro lines with warm woodland-inspired hues such as brown, leafy or orange. Neutral colors are dressed in tangerine and lime touches, while bright colors liven up the prints. Finally, the copper and gold metallic colors give the collection a chic and sophisticated touch. Absolutely in line with the green theme of the show, Boboli continues its ORGANIC line, which in this collection adds new organic fabrics such as curly velvet to the canneté jersey and flamé sweatshirt already present in the collection. All inspired by autumnal nature with green writings and prints. (Photos credit: Emily Kornya)

Mayoral girls will see a chic-sporty collection in black & white where there are also touches of pink. Pied de poule has a modern and sophisticated touch that makes the atmosphere rock and refines garments with laminate fabrics, corduroy and synthetic fur. For boys, the Nukutavake collection revisits classic bestsellers with a contemporary perspective. Puffy garments (sport-inspired padded jackets) are a must and are modernized with bright and technical fabrics in neutral tones such as marine blue or green caches. Neutral colors are the protagonists, with touches of red in the details. (Photos credit: Emily Kornya)

COLOR Jungle is the tuc tuc collection for autumn winter 2020/21: a collection with a fighting spirit, which sends a strong message in favor of animal freedom. The collection projects the natural world into the big cities. Sparkles and rays of night light with a futuristic and technological point of view, animal and photographic prints mix creating an urban, casual and very wild line. Textures recreate the jungle and the animals that populate it with satin fabrics, two-tone fur or light tulle. Powerful contrasts of color liven up the entire collection. The mélange grey, the main color, is combined with white, black and red and enriched with small fluo details. (Photos credit: Emily Kornya)

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