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Retailers to meet existing & new clients at Premier KIDS
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May '08
Buyers planning an enchanting shopping adventure for Spring/Summer 2009 are bound to visit the next Premier KIDS show 6.7.8. July 2008, NEC Hall 1 to get their hands on the latest fashion collections, shoes, gifts and accessories.

Among the all new childrenswear brands on show are;
The Next Level, a new exiting Danish brand launching at Premier KIDS from Me Too.

Mini Rodini presenting a fantastic range of children's clothing, beautifully created by Swedish designer Cassandra Rhodin, that feature quirky graphic prints of robots, mermaids, super heroes and lots more.

Mites, a British brand from Cornwall, inspired by a way of life showing practical garments featuring classic spots, stripes, and cheeky, fun contemporary prints, using simple styles in sumptuous fabric ranges that let children be children.

Urban Elk, a Danish brand that launched in 2006, with designs derived from the Scandinavian tradition of simplicity and high quality.

Wildkin from USA master accessories with cool prints in their extensive range of junior nap mats, sleeping bags, tri-fold purses, messenger bags, lunch bags etc all being adapted to suit independent minded boys and girls wanting to escape the norm of boring prints and designs.

Dynamic Comfort, a Dutch collection of blankets and children's accessories using brightly coloured hitech super fleece fabrics along with traditionally made woollen weaves.

Hallmark; Daisy Shoes; Daisy Premature Baby Range; Esthex; Limo Basics; Forever Friends; AquA TasH; Smoothy Lands; Thea; Cuddledry and Hi-Tec are all new arrivals at Premier KIDS.


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