Momtrends had the chance to attend some of the fashion runway shows happening during the NY Kids Fashion Week. Petite Parade in collaboration with Vogue Bambini put on the best runway shows for children’s designers and the cuteness level is just beyond. I have such a blast attending them every season.
Even though they are kids walking down the runway, the high end fashions were so incredible, I thought as if I were attending a fashion show in the tents during NYC Fashion Week. Some of my favorites included Bonnie Young, Pale Cloud, Miss Blumarine, and Iceberg Junior.
The show kicked off with Bonnie Young fashions. Bonnie Young is an American designer and infuses a nomadic glamour and timeless quality into all her pieces making them look uber couture. I was completely blown away with all of the high end looks. I wanted to own every dress in the collection for myself.
From the moment I was introduced to Pale Cloud back in Fall 2011, I was immediately hooked. Showing for Fall 2013 season, Pale Cloud stayed true to their neutral colors and as always, their attention to detail. I was very inspired by their unique takes on your average trench coat by making it into a caplet.
Miss Blumarine is the children’s division of the high end Blumarine designs for women. The use of super luxe fabrics were prominent in the collection for fall, along with mostly neutrals yet pops of turquoise and pinks. I loved the furs and chunky sweaters which are perfect for the season.
Finally, Iceberg Junior showing off mainly boys fashions. Lots of coats and jackets walked down the runway from dressy to sporty. The bubble coats were my favorite and I have already have a note to purchase one for my son next season. Most of the pants were skinny fit and they also showcased super cool graphic tees.
With all these fashions in just one place, the Petite Parade/Vogue Bambini fashion show got me so excited to shop for my kids come next Fall. I am looking forward to the chunky sweaters and mainly neutral tones!
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