As the third edition of India Kids Fashion Week kicked off in Mumbai, the evening saw children emerging as
stars of the evening as they walked the ramp with a chic sense of innocent style.
The Day 1 was filled with pulsating energy of young children along with great support from their parents, some
fabulous creations by top designers and lots of love by the celebrities present there.
The Magical Summer Collection of BIBA embodied finest colors of the season symbolizing a world in which
everything is livelier and extraordinary. With fabrics, designs and motifs that live up to a girl’s imagination, it’s
her perfect p
artner for summertime happiness.
Inspired by the little girl with laughter in her eyes, fire in her spirit, love in her heart and dance in her feet, the
Los Angeles based Mimi and Maggie clothing offered clothing that appealed to the child and adult alike. The
modern Bohemian inspired look was apt and could fit every personality little girls and is forecasted to be among
Pinkcow is famous for story telling through designs as a celebration. Keeping the same in tune as signature,
they showcased 30 ways to celebrate, 30 ways to glorify. Every dress they design tells a story that reflects their
elaborate clothing line – a cindrella remake, a new incarnation. The gowns were more elaborate & more surreal.
They strived to construct a garment with uncompromising attention to comfort.
With the official launch of its website, Brown Bows made its debut into the boy’s fashion world at the India Kids
Fashion Week. The collection was simple yet classy, as it was concentrated on spring summer products for
boys aging between 2 to 8 years of age. The collection included contemporary, fashion correct products and
signature pieces that can be staple for every wardrobe.
The brand embraces a youthful, infectious spirit and the freedom to express individual style.
Whereas, Kirti Rathore presented an an exquisite display of the culture of Rajasthan – The land of Kings,
through her collection. Inspired by the colourful festivals of Rajasthan and the liveliness of the city, the
collection spoke for opulence and style in unique sherwanis.
Sumit Das Gupta, known for his ethnic range showcased his autumn winter collection themed “Nari Shakti” –
Nari is Nature, Love, Emotion, Creator, Power. With the collection, he gave a social message for Women
empowerment by supporting causes like ‘stop Female Foeticide’, encourage Female Child Education.
As a major highlight of the evening, India’s biggest online fashion destination, Jabong.com presented the
Spring Summer collections of its exclusive kids’ brands Zucchini and Evolve. While Zucchini was all about
trendy graphic tees, stylized bottom wear, printed dresses and smart shirts, Evolve showcased Indo-western
wear and party dresses in bright hues.