Children's Fashion

Mini Mode London Kids Fashion Week

I was recently invited along to the Mini Mode London Kids Fashion Week. Unfortunately with prior events arranged I couldn’t attend. I eagerly watched the show on one of my followers Instagram stories. The show and atmosphere were both amazing. I’m super excited for the next launch but for now, let’s talk all about this year’s show.


Mini Mode London Kids Fashion Week

Mini Mode London Kids Fashion Week


The Show debuted during London Fashion Week. Showcasing a variety of designers including already full established brands and those just emerging into the world of fashion design shows. The show which is open to the public but also includes individuals from the press, VIPs, buyers and influencers. Adding to that very excited parents waiting to see their children grace the runway.

Founded by designer Amanda Rabor with the vision of creating a consistent platform especially for the children’s fashion market. I love the ethos behind the idea of empowering and creating and building self-esteem for children whilst promoting inclusivity across the board.

 “London Fashion Week is iconic, and we thought that it was time to create a platform for kids fashion during the UK industry’s renowned London Fashion Week. It’s time for the kids market to be taken seriously and recognised as the economic powerhouse it is.” Amanda Rabor, Founder of Mini Mode 


Mini Mode London Kids Fashion Week

The show itself was a very glamorous affair. With uber cute mini models showcasing the upcoming trends. Whilst in between walks kids hosts, DJs, singers, dancers and a pianist entertaining the audience.

Selection Of Featured Brands

LOUD Apparel – We are already fans of the brand, so its lovely to see them as a feature in the show. Huge lovers of minimalistic Italian design coupled with British creativity. LOUD apparel offers a beautiful range of cutting-edge designs which are super comfortable, stylish whilst offering quality.

LOUD Apparel



Suindiatic – I, of course, had to feature a sustainable brand, you guys know my love for organic and ethically sourced items. I love the full range on offer. Based on a story colour palette and offering a range of warm and soft items for children aged between newborn-7.




Infantium Victoria – Founded in 2014 by Julia Gaydina and Dinievanden Heuvel. Bringing to the market a high-end vegan and organic range of clothing. A very sophisticated line which is aesthetically pleasing as well as being practical.

Infantium Victoria



Isossy Children – Having just launched their Passion and Play collection Isossy children bring a mix of velour, velvet, scuba and jersey textures to the catwalk. Expanding on last years collection giving a more playful everyday wear range.
Photo Credit Emma Wright Photography
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1 Comment

  • Reply Hannah Denton

    How cute are these kids! Their outfits are amazing too, i didnt know fashion shows exsisited for kids! It looks fun, great way for the kids to get creative too.

    2nd March 2018 at 3:50 pm
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