The beauty of being a father, the beauty of being a child: with a common vision for style, appearance, elegance and comfort. The philosophy that is taught from childhood gives a sense of good taste and an etiquette that becomes a lifelong guide.
Palazzo Pitti reopens the Sala Bianca to fashion shows, those that have led to the creation of the acclaimed Made in Italy. This will take place on January 11th, with a celebration in pure Italian style for the 45th anniversary of STEFANO RICCI’s founding, a leading company in the production of 100% made in Italy luxury menswear.
True to his innovative vision, Stefano Ricci foresees the future with the presentation of the SR Junior Fall/Winter 2016-17 line, which completes the Men’s authentic lifestyle range. This collection is a meaningful correlative of the designer’s attention for the new generations: dressing our children in safe, hand-tailored, exclusive garments is his pleasure and ambition.
Richmart Junior showed their Spring designs of kids' jackets. We really love their designs with original embroideries and attractive linings, made of 100% viscose.
Spring/Summer's signature pastel tones see a contemporary revamp with new updates on conventional shades. In the womenswear wardrobe, two key fashion colors are manifested in the form of fresh Luminous Mint and glossy Cosmic Lavender.
For the Fall-Winter 15/16 season Trend Council has selected some major contemporary junior trends that will be key to impacting design development and retail buying. Here are three of their favorites: Star Wars, shine at warp speed. Aspen, an apres ski up-date. And the third one is Tokyo Moto.
The brand is founded in 1987 by Gérard Legoff, whose idea was to create a fashionable garments' brand for the juniors.
By 2006 IKKS was sold in 156 stores (France, Spain, Belgium, Luxemburg, Middle East, Hong Kong, United States...) and by 3,300 multi-brands around the world.
By presenting a natural and non-idealised image of its target consumers, IKKS has seduced all the age groups including opinion formers.