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Kids Fashion Festival. Alta Costura collective show. Blue Jasmine
21.10.2017 20:42
Kids Fashion Festival. Alta Costura collective show. Blue Jasmine

6 Spanish brands presented their Spring/Summer 2018 kids collections as part of the Alta Costura collective runway show.

      Querida Philippa showcased clothes for the youngest of audiences. A combination of light pink, light blue and white together with Champagne-colored fast-printed fabric made it possible to create a look of true doll dresses for girls, while the stylish accessories (glitter shoes, ballet flats and hairstyles adorned with bright flowers) made the collection trendy and modern.

      Teresita Royal's designers not only created a line of party dresses for girls, but also a set of classic suit variants comprised by a Basque top and narrowed pants. Boys' runway appearance showcased two-piece outfits and natural colored linen shirts. Flowers were the unifying theme of the collection, as girls wore bright wreaths and boys had lavalier flowers.

      Rigans artists upheld the trend to combine cold and warm shades in one look. Besides, in some of their elements collections feature ruched and flounce sleeves and bottoms as well as fast-printed cloth with roses.

      Mon Air models were remembered with their vibrant accessories: Dreamcatchers, turbans with feathers, a flower-themed guitar and headbands contrasting simplistic and elegant dresses.

      All looks of the Foque show featured a single rustic style of province with abundance of natural fabrics, frills and ribbons in plat hairstyle, as well as woven baskets carried by the models.

      Carmen Taberner designers chose fabrics of metallic shades with a tinge of beige network and bands with powdery roses and woven accessories (purses, clutches, a flat hat).

      As part of the BLUE JASMINE show more than 60 kids and teenage looks were presented. Abundance of colors from vibrant blue and yellow to light cream and powdery shades were neutralized by golden and neon paillette embroidered clothing, spacious dresses and intensive black sets. The looks were complimented with wreaths, elegant hats and ball-shaped handbags.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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