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Children to get ready for kleine fabriek
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Jan '12
kleine fabriek will open its doors at Amsterdam RAI on January 15. Buyers will be greeted by the finest renowned labels and a great selection of new brands. Right at the entrance of the hall, visitors will walk into a new feature: KF allee, the bright pink central axis of the Amsterdam fair floor. Big international names like Little Marc Jacobs and Italian brand Patrizia Pepe will be present here for the first time. From New York City, Lucky Wang NYC will show a startling baby- and children's collection, oriental influenced styling with a modern twist.

NinaLuna, Dreamers and Twin-Set Girl contribute to the whole with an elegant, romantic turn. Worth mentioning is the introduction of Dutch brand My Little Dress Up. At kleine fabriek this exclusive, nearly 'couture' line for children will have its premiere.

For tough kids Yporqué from Spain has a completely different look with 'cool' sobriety with funny details and Etnies brings their sneakers and clothing for skaterboys and girls. Scandinavian brands Soft Gallery, Sprout by Gro and Rubberduck complete the international level of KF allee.

For many, a visit to kleine fabriek is the kickoff of the season: seeing and buying collections, discovering new brands, networking, catching up and getting inspired. Extra events will spice up the fair and make the visit complete.

For an element of fun, this winter they have a mini amusement park, where everyone can be carefree as a child again, with prizes to win offered by their exhibitors. For some aesthetic input, check out the photo exhibition by French magazine Milk. At the end of the fair visitors can use our shuttle service, courtesy of Mercedes-Benz, for destinations in Amsterdam.

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