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Mini Mode 2019: London fashion week for young people and their families

Mini Mode is London Fashion for kids and their 2019 edition showcased some amazing tallent from both upcoming and established names in the world of children's wear.

This year’s designs were accompanied with many ‘awwws’ and ‘Aahs’ because of the adorable Mini Models that wore the clothing. The hair and make up done by Denise and the Wow Beauty Team. This season, it was all about the slick and standout hair looks and bold eye looks.

BEBEBEBE

As a contemporary designer kids brand in Korea, BEBEBEBE features delicate detail with original design and activity.

BILLIEBLUSH  (FRANCE)

Each season, Billieblush creates a themed collection that offers everyday pieces as well as perfect little looks for special or formal occasions. The brand’s hallmark signatures include reworked princess styling, touches of kawaii, refined and quirky details (neon, sequins, ruffles, tulle, etc.) with coordinated outfits and accessories. 

Creative Mindz

Introducing this incredible brand from Qatar offering a Boho chic aesthetic for SS20.

Carrément Beau

Carrément Beau invites children to choose their favourite pieces from two wardrobes: everyday comfort or delicate outfits for formal occasions. At Carrément Beau, little girls and boys are invited to have fun with their outfits and mix and match their pieces.  

IScream

IScream is a brand created for 4 to 13 year olds. It is a UK modern modest kidswear brand for children.

Kicomo by Kiara C. Morrow ® (USA)

An in-house design and manufacturing boutique, along with top quality workmanship are what distinguishes KICOMO by Kiara C.

Little People London (UK)

Little People London is a unique Fashion Brand for kids with an adult level of style with the latest and fashionable items of their generation.

My K

My K, designed by Myleen Klass for Mothercare, the 0-8 years old kidswear collection is all about smart slogans, animal prints and monochrome statement pieces, with the introduction of a rich mustard ochre shade for the new season.

Moka Collection

MOKA is proudly celebrating 39 years of manufacturing children’s clothing and accessories in downtown Toronto. Since we strive to maintain a level of excellence and attention to detail, our production team carefully supervises the product’s development from start to finish.

Molo

Molo is all about making quirky and unique designs for the kids.

MELIS KAPTANOGLU KIDS (Turkey)

Founded in 2008 by designer Melis Kaptanoglu, a Turkish label among kids haute couture, this self-designed fashion brand creates chic and elegant designs for girls aged 1 to 12 years.

Me in Wien (Austria)

Me in Wien has given the children’s fashion a completely new look, the unisex models are unique and puristic with clear cuts, muted colours and a lot of fine details

Oscar Et Valentine (France)

Oscar et Valentine is the French specialist of cashmere for babies and children since 2004. It’s a mix of sweetness, poetry and luxurious universes. With Oscar et Valentine, you can always find some cashmere treasures.

Rock and Mouse (Latvia)

 Rock and Mouse is a kid’s inspired fashion brand that stands for unlimited movement and bright laughter. They offers handmade clothing for kids 0-6 years, producing bodysuits, jumpsuits, pants, shirts, dresses, jackets, hats as well as baby blankets and kids outerwear.

Riviera Kids

Riviera Kids is a chic children’s swimwear line made with sustainable and eco friendly Italian fabrics. This fun and tastefully designed brand will bring out the confidence in any girl. With inspiration from the French Riviera, being glamorous has never been so kind!

Zoobug (UK)

ZOOBUG LONDON’s award-winning sunglasses are designed for kids from 0-12 years.

Also at the event, guests were able to experience the ‘Dolly Diva’ experience – the kids were able to take part in a pampering experience such as getting their nails done, Icey Creams provided delicious ice creams and Signature Effects also provided cocktails and drinks for the event.

At the Consumer Show, designers also had their pieces on sale for the public to purchase.

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