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JFW to display kidswear in Kolkata
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Apr '18
Courtesy: Junior
Courtesy: Junior's Fashion Week
Junior's Fashion Week (JFW) is all set to showcase spring clothing range for kids in Kolkata on April 25. The exclusive showcase of various international brands like USPA Kids, Marks & Spencer, The Children's Place, and Flying Machine Boyzone at the fashion event will bring inimitable magic to the length and breadth of fashion and lifestyle industry.

The JFW Runway is a restricted privilege for many as it caters to a niche audience; the showcase is witnessed by revered individuals like HNI parents and buyers, influential mothers, fashion influencers, JFW press release stated.

Keeping in mind fashion-forward kids and their ever-changing fashion needs, US Polo Assn. Kids’ will bring in a fresh burst of summer colors as it offers classic sports dresses in bold and vibrant colors, knitted summer dress, round neck tees, and trendy washed denim amongst a melange of other styles.

The Children’s Place (TCP) will weave whimsical fantasies into its SS18 collection. From classic denim to trendy bomber jackets, to rugged jeans and basic colored t-shirts bearing voguish designs, TCP weaves mesmerizing magic into the modest basics.

At JFW Kolkata, Marks & Spencer’s 'Holiday Shop' will create fun fashion looks with vacation outfits- from frilly swimwear and breezy dresses for girls to nautical-inspired graphic tees and boardshorts for boys.

The Flying Machine Boys bring back the ‘cool’ quotient into focus at the event. It has generously sprinkled the collection with beachy prints and vibrant colours. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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