Wednesday, 24 February 2010
Thursday, 18 February 2010
Wednesday, 17 February 2010
Tuesday, 16 February 2010
Monday, 15 February 2010
Exciting news in Junior Magazine is working in association with Sainsbury to find
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Friday, 12 February 2010
Does your child want to be the king of Rock n Roll? Dash down to Harrods with your rock attitude child, so they can jump around on the Tommy Hilfiger rock star stage, then-like all stars, they get their very own cooler-than-cool free goody bag with a rock star poster, a complimentary tee and a voucher to spend £25 on any of Tommy Hilfiger’s Junior Collection (ages 8-15). Quick, quick put it in your diary: Be A Rock Star at Harrods, Saturday 27th February 2010 at Harrods, Tommy Hilfiger, Junior Collections, Fourth Floor.
Wednesday, 3 February 2010
Held at the Business Design center in Islington, a five minute walk from the Junior offices, we headed to see what’s new and exciting for Autumn/Winter 2010/11.
New brands included Nelly Stella from
From the established UK brands, Aravore Babies stood-out, continuing their venture into fashion-forward looks, presenting beautiful Peter Pan collared pleated blouses in stone greys’ and pretty floral printed tea dresses. No Added Sugar boasting one of the biggest stands at the fair, displayed a range of dress coats that were tailored to exception and Hucklebones continued their take on sixties couture think Balenciaga and Chloe.
The winner of the stand-out competition was Little Duckling, showcasing a collection that mixed fashion forward looks with casuals for everyday. Our favorite being the puffed sleeve dresses, with hearts and the pleated burnt orange dress with petal collar.
Tuesday, 2 February 2010
The highlight was Fimi’s new contemporary hall, with Tammy Donohoe offering beautiful outfits for girls, handcrafted knits and dresses with lovely lace details. Home-grown talent Mosquito En
The daily fashion shows caused much excitement. Floc Baby presented a promising collection of dress wear fashioned in casual fabrics and styled with an equestrian feel. Elisa Menuts epitomized the aesthetics of most of Fimi’s stands; preppy, slightly conservative day wear and AKR kids showcased casual wear, punctuated with bright colours and stripes.