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Adele Casagrande founded a small leather and fur company in 1918, but it was through her marriage with Edoardo Fendi in 1925 that this Italian label got its famous name. After Karl Lagerfeld joined as the brand's creative director in 1966 and created the double F logo, Fendi rapidly grew into one of the world's premier luxury labels, with ready-to-wear, fragrance, eyewear, luggage and home furnishings among its many interests.
Working alongside renowned kidswear producer Simonetta, Fendi has created a range that reflects the innovative principals and ties to traditional craftsmanship. Fendi Kids Clothes enhances the opulent mainline range with its pastel colours, soft fabrics and the iconic FF logo. Fendi kids clothing epitomises the style and luxury of Italian fashion.
Since the summer of 2007, Little Marc Jacobs collections have been designed for children from birth to the teen years.
Inspired by the luxurious styles of the Marc Jacobs adult, Marc Jacobs kids clothes are iconic and beautifully designed so your little ones can look great and feel comfortable.
Mini Melissa kids shoes ...
melissa plastic shoes are like sweet treats for your feet. As well as looking absolutely gorgeous, they are:
super comfortable, incredible works of structural design, sweet smelling – each infused with a delicious bubble gum scent, cultural icons for contemporary living, designed by the most exciting and innovative designers working today, across all fields, including furniture, jewellery and design, fun, beautiful objects of desire, objects of sustainable living, the best technology of renewal.
melissa is a leading brand of the internationally acclaimed footwear manufacturer Grendene. The thermoplastic technology for melissa was developed exclusively by and for Grendene and is leading the way for sustainable practice for design, fashion and manufacturing.
All melissa plastic shoes are created with a zero waste ethos and particular attention to the life cycle of materials. melissa recycles 99.9% of factory water and waste, and they recycle overstock styles into next season’s collection.
There are many different kinds of plastic and many different technologies used to manufacture, use and recycle plastic. melissa plastic shoes are made from mono-materials, which means they can be easily disassembled and recycled.
As each melissa shoe is non-leather, they will not degrade in weather or water and are completely suitable for vegans and animal rights supporters.
Have you heard of Melflex™? It is a malleable plastic, developed by melissa that moulds easily to your foot, breathes well, is hypoallergenic, odourless, neutral and natural. It even retains these amazing properties once it is recycled. Sounds pretty good doesn’t it?
Paul Smith’s style is a classic, easy-to-wear style with that little hint of English eccentricity that makes all the difference. A keen sense of detail is seen in extraordinary linings, the multicoloured stripes emblematic of the brand, humorous prints on T-shirts and colourful buttons.
Paul Smith Junior world is fun-loving, out-of-the-ordinary and teeming with ideas. The Paul Smith Kids line is the perfect expression of these mad genius creations made in London.
SUMMER 2013 COLLECTION AT JAKSS
The new Junior collection takes its inspiration from the Paul Smith fashion shows. Paul Smith reworks the DNA of the brand to create this more fun, more graphic, collection: a dandy style that’s typically British, with the unexpected linings, contrasting stitching and original prints that make the Junior style.
Comfortable in jeans as well as a suit, the Paul Smith Junior boy is an urban explorer, fond of building things. His shirt, printed with a mixing board, reveals his love of music. City boy colours – greys and blacks – are brightened with a splash of neon yellow and blue steel.
A free spirit, he takes us on an amazing safari, where zebras rub shoulders with all sorts of other wild animals. Equipped with cargo pants and a safari jacket, he’s ready to leap over sand dunes in a range of subtle shades like brown, camel and sun-bleached blue.
The Paul Smith Junior girls line finds its inspiration in the Jacques Demy film, Les Demoiselles de Rochefort. The young girls stop at the Jardin des Tuileries for an ice cream, mischievous in broderie anglaise or pink chiffon dresses.
A boyish style is also found in these modern girls’ wardrobe, happy to mix skinny coral jeans in with a boyishly cut jacket, sprinkled with little stars.
Aimed at girls aged between 6 to 16-years-old, the new collection has the signature SuperTrash style with its pretty bubble skirts, classic trench coats and cute party dresses.
A bold palette of electric blue and green is perfectly offset with chunky knits and cotton T-shirts in rustic red, caramel and nude, while edgy leather textures contrast to boho patterns and silhouettes. There’s a nod towards the playful – silver pants and aztec-print leggings make a fun, stylish statement.
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