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Kidswear brand Oh!Soleil unveils A/W 2014-15 collection
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Feb '14
courtesy: Tenerife Moda
courtesy: Tenerife Moda
Canary Islands based kidswear brand Oh!Soleil which is a member of the Tenerife city council’s fashion program (Tenerife Moda) has unveiled a new autumn-winter 2014-2015 collection with the intention of renewing the brand’s image.
 
According to a statement issued by Tenerife Moda, the kidswear manufacturer has created a new A/W 2014-15 collection under the title ‘Children’s Collection’, especially for teenage girls aged between 8 and 16 years.  
 
The collection includes original floral printed tunic dresses that have defined the Oh!Soleil brand over the last few years, including incorporation of new silhouettes, prints, fabrics, colors and fixtures that showcase a more multicultural cosmopolitan style with an influence of latest trends.
 
The kidswear brand decided to dedicate a collection entirely for teenage girls as young girls begin following fashion trends since an early age and seek to vindicate a personal style in harmony with the environment they are in.
 
The collection includes tunic dresses with lace and embroidery, bows and collars, as well as French-inspired gown skirts in navy prints, high waist skirts in tulle, soft twill coats, and velvet pajama pants, asymmetric jackets with flower prints, embroidered shorts and baggy shirts. The creations are in a color palette of purple, mint green, blue oil, crude, grey, strawberry red, and bottle green.
 
The brand has also introduced the new-born premiere collection for kids aged between 0 and 1. The designs include bloomers and leggings combined with jerseys, cardigans, tops in grey, pale pink and dusty blue. The collection for children up to 3 years of age includes dresses in prints, a collection of coats and different soft twill tops.
 
The new A/W 2014-15 collection for boys is committed to the basic designs such as sweater with a fleece-lined collar, striped shirts, and corduroy pants in shades of burgundy, navy, and mink brown.
 

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