PUNE: SS’19 TRENDS INTRODUCED BY JUNIOR’S FASHION WEEK IN COLLABORATION WITH A PLETHORA OF INTERNATIONAL KIDSWEAR BRANDS

JUNIOR’S FASHION WEEK, INDIA’S MOST STELLAR EDUTAINMENT STAGE ACQUIRED AN INFLUX OF DESIGNS AT PUNE ON JUNE 16th AT THE JW MARRIOTT SENAPATI BAPAT ROAD, PUNE.

The JFW Pune Showcase marked a day of great importance in the realm of kids’ fashion showcasing a plethora of international kids wear brands – U. S. Polo Assn. Kids, The Children’s Place, Flying Machine Boyzone, Hugo BOSS, DKNY, Little Marc Jacobs, Timberland and Billieblush.

The collection of U. S. Polo Assn. Kids spelled a connection with its signature stars and stripes print, and that’s what won the hearts of one and all. The collection has been formulated considering fashion-forward kids and their ever-changing closet needs. It proffers a perfect fit for the appraising and fearless young minds with highly kinetic shirts and modish party dresses, sporty polo t-shirts and the ever-classic denims in the store.

Garnered with playful flip sequins along with a bold color palette, The Children’s Place presented a fun and trendy wardrobe. The girls glistened in glitter tops and cute floral dresses and sets with matching hair-bands, hats, bags, sunglasses, and footwear for a completely trendy head-to-toe look, as part of their collection. In competition, the boys ruled the ramp in long as well as roll-up sleeved woven shirts, conversational graphics, polo tees, and jumpers paired with cool colored chinos, contemporary denims & pull-on joggers which In the latest trendsetting colors.

The fresh collection of Flying Machine Boys shone the spotlight donning uber cool styles in vogue for young boys.  The collection illustrated the signature designs of Flying Machine and combined with charming and contemporary trends in children’s fashion. And I am not exaggerating when I say that the boys looked handsome.

Hugo Boss showcased their most recent collection ensuring that it remains the perfect choice of couture from when the sun rises until the sun sets. Starting with polo shirts, coats, and blazers, the Hugo Boss range comprised of all things fashionable. Their shirt dresses were a total win with us moms.

DKNY with its scintillating range of apparels presented a diverse collection that draws an undeniable similarity to the widely accepted aesthetics in New York City, the home city of the founder. Their showcased shoes were must haves in the kids wardrobe.

While Billie blush catered to soft fabrics and delicate styles adding to the feminine vibes, leaving no room for rejection. Resonating with the ongoing trends, their dresses sported popular patterns- whether it is unicorn or rainbows or pastels. Their entire range was so breezy and so summery.

There is always a dash of chic and sprightly in every ensemble instilled in the collections of the house of Little Marc Jacobs. Its collections draw inspiration from the urban lifestyles of the concrete jungle. Their fanny pack print shirt dresses for girls was the highlight of their collection.

Timberland’s range of apparels for this summer-spring collection portrayed some of the trendiest of street styles in the kids’ apparels industry. The fulcrum of their operations, being outdoor lifestyle, their clothes were the perfect combination of smart, casual and comfortable.

JFW is an upmarket platform for kids, Junior’s Fashion Week showcases crème de la crème of children’s apparel, footwear, accessories, décor, and everything else for kids from four to fourteen years. The Runway Showcase is preceded by wholesome workshops which encompass the grooming workshop, the social etiquettes and photography session. The JFW workshops are helmed by eminent celebrity choreographer whose teachings imbue little ones with a lifetime’s learnings to make a big difference in this world of fashion by grooming their personalities and imbibing their ardent zeal towards perfection.

To register your child for the next JFW runway showcase please refer to : http://www.juniorsfashionweek.com/models/

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