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The Scot, the leggings, berry tones, style inspired folk and all adult Parisian fashion this season are also in miniature version for children. Every time you start at a younger age to claim the children for the clothes that their parents choose for them. In fact, for some years that the last word on what to use and how to combine is the kids.
And so acute has become his “fashion sense” which is not uncommon to see children’s clothing showcases with identical to the adult, but in miniature. Thus, the Scotsman, the leggings, berry tones, folk style and the whole Parisian inspiration this season are also smaller versions.
“Even as little children they put detail, deep cuts are the same as in adults,” says designer Anita Münzenmayer.
That is why the fashion industry for some time that is exploiting this route. In fact, for years home to prestigious brands are launching collections for these young consumers, such as Little Marc by Marc Jacobs, Armani Junior and Armani Diesel Kid Diesel, among others.
A trend, adds the local creator, who took over Chile’s presence in the streets for about four years after the entry of powerful European style dress. And is that in Europe and the United States “good dress” is well developed from the cradle.
Love in Paris
With this restrictive goodbye to pink, blue and yellow outfit for the infant, new generations of children and parents want their children to be dressed up with “style.”
“Now it’s much more fun dressing the children. People ask for more fashion, loves to have more colors and textures, “says Romina Jasman, owner of Cheeky Conception.
She saw how children growing worry as much or more than “great” what to wear. Moreover girls who choose “since they can remember,” he says.
For this kind of awareness of the kids is that children today are taking designers fashion concepts and apply them to clothing, from newborn to pre-teens. This they did with the theme of this season in Paris.
Models and Risks
According to experts, from small children see their parents arranged. So try to imitate. “The children of three months and almost dressed like dad,” says Romina.
For Anita, as before, moms want their children to look beautiful, the difference is that now they also want to be with “cool.”