Clothes for the little ones, you know, aims to be practical, but an eye to trends does not hurt, especially about details that help to make the look of children tender and fun, not at the cost of comfort!
Denim is an evergreen, beloved by children and mummys because it is easy to wear (to play or for more "formal" occasions) and does not require special care. For spring summer the most trendy and original and is dedicated to girls and decorated with ton sur ton patterns; used effect with tears for the boys.
Delicate and chic, for the joy of the most charming girls, lace and embroidery will be protagonists of SS18 and this spring they'll embellish dresses, cardigans and t-shirts, but also, surprisingly, jeans, denim skirts or jackets!
The floral pattern is a must for the summer: for the SS18 you’ll dream of uncontaminated paradises with hibiscus flowers and hummingbirds, otherwise youll’find them in a mix & match way, where wildflowers meet funny polka dots.
Urban inspiration for children: metropolitan landscapes on t-shirts and sweatshirts, to combine with camouflage prints for a decisive look that will appeal to children with a rebel soul!
The beautiful season is the right time to show off the most vivid colors: free way to colorful and cheerful outfits, dedicated to good humor. Among the trendiest colors of the SS18, according to Pantone, the most sparkling is the Meadowlark, a super vitaminic lemon-yellow!
The 86th edition of Pitti Bimbo, the most important international show for fashion and lifestyle dedicated to the kids world, will open on January 18th in Florence!
An unmissable event to preview the Fall Winter 18 trends, in the fabolous setting of the Fortezza da Basso, with shows and events related to childrenswear.
Also this year, EMC - Everything Must Change awaits you with lots of new features, ideas and moods from the fall winter collection: follow us and share your Pitti experience on Instagram and Facebook with the hashtags #EMCkids #EMCgoesToPitti!
Don't miss it, we are waiting for you at the Ghiaia Pavilion, Stand 17-18!