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Mini Mode is returning for a fifth season

Global Kids Fashion Week has announced that it is back for a fifth season to launch its Industry and Consumer Show during London Fashion Week on 14th & 15th February 2020 at the exclusive St Mary’s venue in Central London on Wyndam Place, York Street, W1H 1PQ for your news and events features.

Founded by UK children’s wear designer, Amanda Rabor, Mini Mode provides a unique spotlight on kid’s fashion, from toddlers through to teens. Following its huge success and global outreach, Mini Mode has now rebranded as Mini Mode – Global Kids Fashion Week.

Since its debut in February 2018, Mini Mode has showcased an array of talented children’s wear designers from around the world. The show has also attracted a lot of attention from celebrities with Myleene Klass MyK and Kimberley Walsh of Kimba Kids previously showcasing their kid’s wear ranges on the runway at Mini Mode.

Mini Mode will be entering its 5th Season in February 2020 and has now firmly established itself on the UK fashion calendar. 

Mini Mode is delighted to be contributing a new business and fashion model for the industry on a global scale that promotes inclusivity on every level. Mini Mode is passionate about the ‘Next Generation’ giving them a platform to be seen and heard. Diversity and inclusion remains top of the list but sustainability and protecting the planet is also a theme for this season’s show. Mini Mode has always supported long-lasting fashion for the next generation.

Mini Mode will showcase an eclectic mix of both established and emerging childrenswear designers from around the globe, including A*Dee (UK), Baronessa Demi-Couture (LATVIA), BEBEBEBE (Korea), Bellos Boutique (UK), Billieblush (France), CHARABIA (France), House of Juniors (UK), ISCREAM (UK), LB Swim (UK), MadPax Backpacks (USA), Maman Salon (Korea), Mitch & Son (UK), MiTCH (UK), Présent de l’ondée (Japan), RAY AND ROY (Nigeria) and ZOOBUG LONDON (UK) who will be showcasing their first ever sunglasses collaboration with kids’ fashion stylist, Kate Hill.

The Industry Show will be held on Friday 14th February 2020 and is open to industry professionals including buyers, press, bloggers, influencers and celebrities who will have the opportunity to see the latest AW2020 collections. Two Consumer Shows will be held on Saturday 15th February 2020 and are open to the general public. The Consumer Show will feature the latest See-Now-Buy-Now collections for SS2020 and will also include a selection of children’s entertainment, kid’s DJs, kid’s hosts, a pop-up shop and mini makeovers for the ultimate fashion experience.

Mini Mode is supporting the Osteopathic Centre for Children charity and will be donating 5% of all ticket sales to raise money to support the charity and create awareness of the OCC. For more info or to buy tickets, visit their website here.

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