London – Mini Mode, London Kids Fashion Week has celebrated its 1/3 season at this February’s version of London Fashion Week, showcasing both hooked up and rising childrenswear designers from around the globe.
The show, walking from 15-16 February, featured the cutting-edge AW2019 kids put on collections at the runway, as well as a see-now-buy-now consumer show for the SS2019 collections. This yr’s show featured brands inclusive of Angel and Rocket, Alexander Evans, Cutieful London, Deena London, JenniDezigns, Little Lord and Lady, MadPax Bags, Me in Wien, Panda London, and Shokunin Shoes among others.
Founded by UK kid’s wear clothier Amanda Rabor, Mini Mode targets to offer a unique highlight on children’s put on, starting from toddlers to teenagers. Commenting in this season’s event in an announcement, Rabor said: “It changed into sincerely an extraordinary show. Now we will consciousness on developing Mini Mode and making it the region to be for style, fun and circle of relatives at some stage in London Kids Fashion Week.”
Photo credit: Bear and Pine, Santoshi Padhiar, Rita Askark Kids Photography & Macaroni Kids
As previously reported, Cheeky Monkeys kids’ boutique will open on Guildhall Street this month within the unit previously occupied via Charles Clinkard shoe keep.
The boutique is a one forestall store for children, presently promoting boys and women style from newborn to 14-years-olds via its keep in Retford and website.
This includes fully skilled shoe fitters who will work upstairs within the shoe branch. The store will sell shoe manufacturers which includes Lelli Kelly, Start-Rite and Geox.
Around £40,000 has been invested in the shop. Investment has also been made on a brand new internet site.
The agency sells a variety of clothier manufacturers, apparel tiers, footwear, toys, and items, which have been handpicked to offer each fashion and value for cash.
Helen Tonge, Owner of Cheeky Monkeys, told The Lincolnite: “We are looking to extend was we’re doing nicely. We wanted to be a long way sufficient far away from Retford, however close enough to manipulate.
“We felt there was an opening in Lincolnshire for independent youngsters’ wear and we desired to offer something extra unique to human beings. Quality merchandise at a less costly price.
“The buying revel in and provider have to be exciting. It could have a paranormal look and wow element.”