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International kidswear Spring 2018 ends at JFW Bengaluru
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Jun '18
Courtesy: Junior
Courtesy: Junior's Fashion Week
The international kidswear Spring 2018 has culminated successfully at the Bengaluru edition of Junior's Fashion Week (JFW) with participation of various brands like USPA Kids, Cherry Crumble, The Children's Place, Flying Machine Boyzone and Marks & Spencer. At India’s only destination for kids' fashion, the Runway showcase was the highlight of the event.

The Spring 2018 collection of US Polo Assn. (USPA) was an assortment of striper and overdyed polo tees, graphic round neck tees, and trendy washed denim, Henley tees in playful colors, lively garment dyed cargo shorts and knit dresses with the brand’s signature stars and stripes print.

"We are pleased to partner with Junior’s Fashion Week for the 3rd year in a row. It is a wonderful platform for us to showcase our Spring Summer collection for 2018, that is a perfect blend of the classic American style that USPA stands for and the preferences and needs of the Indian audience. We realize over the years that kids have very specific tastes and hence, we went a step ahead to translate their love for colors and prints in our new collection," Alok Dubey, CEO, Lifestyle Brands at Arvind Lifestyle Brands Ltd.

"This year at the JFW runway, we will showcase a collection that has playful and fun designs alongside quality, variety, comfort, and convenience. We have received immense appreciation from the audience in the past through this platform and we are thrilled to have worked with them again and introduce our SS18 collection to the Indian parents and kids," Alok added.

Cherry Crumble’s new range was inspired by the mountains, the river bank and the wild wood. It let the audience spot a cheerful array of creatures and objects on special prints and appliques. 'The more you explore, the more you’ll get to know your personal style' is the motto of Cherry Crumble.

"We are delighted to have JFW as our exclusive fashion show partner in India. They have a great event presence across India and a follower’s base that really aligns with our brand. We are sure that JFW will offer new ways for the customer to connect and discover Cherry Crumble. Their followers have been loyal to them for years. We are both happy and excited to have extended our partnership and presented to you Cherry Crumble California in association with Juniors Fashion Week in Bengaluru," Himanshu Bansal, CMO, said.

Apropos to the gaiety that comes with the anticipation of sunny days ahead, the Flying Machine spewed a generous sprinkling of beachy prints and vibrant colours. Whether it's for beach parties or school vacations, the brand’s collection will ease the fashion game for the young kids.

Marks & Spencer Boys’ wear Spring collection was inspired by the still strong athleisure trend popular among young adults-vibrant clean colours, technical fabrics, underpinned by a sports aesthetic. Girls’ wear saw romantic bohemian influences with seasonal trend details such as ruffles, smocking, floral prints in a palette of cornflower & pale jade shades, together with palest Melba and bright pink highlights.

"Marks & Spencer is proud to be associated with the Juniors Fashion Week in India. It is a great platform for us to showcase our quality, innovative kidswear collections. As well as being fun and stylish, we pay extra attention to comfort, safety, and convenience to ensure we offer clothing that parents are happy to buy, and kids love to wear," Pankaj Kapoor, head of marketing – Reliance India, said.

The Spring ’18 collection of The Children’s Place encompassed styles which parents want to dress their children in for special occasions or everyday play. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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