Pitti-Bimbo-84Author:  Emanuela L.
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How will dress the little ones in the winter season 2017/2018? Pitti Bimbo, edition number 84, staged in Florence from 19 to 21 January 2017 answer this question. The international exhibition dedicated to fashion for children has launched fashion trends kids for the next Autumn/Winter season 2017-2018, but at the same time, it has highlighted the latest trends in style.

At Pitti Bimbo there were multiple debuts that take their inspiration from the adult fashion. It’s the first time in the international fashion salon designed for little ones for Stefano Ricci Collection, which focuses on the transition of style from father to son, also debuting in the kids line. Elizabeth Franks, who made her debut with the line “Elisabetta Franchi My Little Girl” follows the same example: the first collection of the famous brand designed for smaller mannequins. Finally, it’s another debut with his trendy collection dedicated to children for Manuel Ritz.

Among the returns at the Pitti Bimbo with absolute news, we remember Diadora, who shows off for the occasion her junior line completely renewed and which devotes special attention to outerwear. They come back and they renew also Blauer and John Richmond Jr, while Happiness has dedicated his capsule collection to the late motorcycle champion, Marco Simoncelli entitled SIC58.

As for the colors and themes that characterize children’s fashion trends for the coming cold season, everything seems to take inspiration from nature, confirmed by the presence of collections that evoke surreal landscapes with snow-capped peaks, meadows, skies and animals of the woods. The brand Francomina Mini has designed for the little ones nuances that are inspired by the colors of the branches and leaves, with a touch of lurex. Nevertheless, there are the military tone for a vintage fashion but also the colors that evoke cold northern landscapes. Save The Duck, with the leaders in faux fur instead prefers the animal print.

Elegance and decorations made from organza, petals on tulle and lace, embroidery and feathers characterize instead the fashion for girls who like to be noticed. In this regard Marni offers peplums, flounces and ruffles to match with coats and dresses. Instead kids will follow the fashion of the father, with patterns ranging from check to the regimental lines, passing through the micro diamond-shaped pattern.