Rap sensation Brooklyn Queen has been in the game since age 5. She became a viral sensation in 2017 with her hit song KeKe Taught Me. Hailing from Detroit, Brooklyn is know for her high energy music and bold fashion choices. She has rocked funky and bright Neon Kisses apparel over the years.
Neon Kisses is a children’s and women apparel company based in New York City. They create ready to wear and custom looks with signature pop prints and neon hues.
On Jan 23rd 2020 Haus of Neon boutique in a Brooklyn hosted a meet & greet with Brooklyn Queen. Young fans were able to meet with Brooklyn, take photos and shop the latest collections.
Jakari Fraser joins the 10 million possibilities challenge for No Kid Hungry along with NBA superstar Stephen Curry and his mogul wife Ayesha Curry.
“Ayesha Curry and Stephen Curry’s Eat, Play, Learn Foundation has also joined the campaign to match donations made up to 2.5 million meals during the No Kid Hungry 10 Million Possibilities campaign to help reach 10 million meals.”
No Kid Hungry is a non profit based in D.C. that fights to end child hunger, a $1 donation can feed up to 10 children.
Jakari launched a dance a thon to to help raise money for this initiative. He teamed up with celebrity choreographer William “Willdabeast” Adams on December 30th at Imma Space, in North Hollywood for a 3 hour workshop. The event was sold out and many were eager to participate! He has raised enough funds from the event to provide 68,500 to children in need.
Check out this video from the Dance-A-Thon!
“Jakari has starred alongside Julia Roberts in Ben is Back, Melissa McCarthy in Superintelligence and many more. He can be seen most recent in the Christmas movie on the OWN network called “Baking Christmas”. He is also the voice behind many global brands on both tv and radio productions.”
Nigerian-American 8-year-old actor, model, and author River Mason Eromosele is on a pursuit. The quest is to enlighten and educate adolescents between the ages of 2 to 15 years old with his innovative book “The Sky Is The Limit”. The objection of his book is for the advancement of children to conciliate their chakras through positive affirmations, food, and periodic activities.
In “The Sky Is The Limit” book River Mason Eromosele teaches children that you can heal trauma for good. The book also educates children on how to become stronger through eating better, actives, and positive affirmations. The book demonstrates that collective activities and meditation are all powerful ways to process for children. In River Mason Eromosele’s book “The Sky Is The Limit” it simplifies how to heal from the assorted emotions children go through on a daily basis; in merely one week.
The children’s book is sold and distributed in the retail chains of Walmart, Barnes & Noble, Indigo , Amazon. With the continued success of “The Sky Is The Limit” River Mason Eromosele is set to to be a positive example for adolescents of all ages. The innovative book sets the bar for children to live their dreams at any age because the sky is truly the limit.
CAROLINE is a pop singer, songwriter, and dancer. Her latest single “ I Know Better” is currently available on all streaming platforms. We are excited to feature her on our blog so our readers can learn more about her new projects and global lifestyle brand “ The CAROLINE Collection”
“CAROLINE’s new song “I Know Better” as been featured by Teen Music Insider, Good Morning La La Land, Triple HQ and more. It is also played on radio stations such as The DJ Cisco Radio Show, Nam Radio and has been placed on over 500 playlists. “
Hometown: Los Angeles
Where do you like to shop, What is you favorite clothing & accessory brands?
I love to wear my accessory line The Caroline Collection, we have a few tops as well that I wear all the time. I also love Dolls Kill!
How would you describe your fashion sense?
I love wearing pink and black. I also love glitter and sparkles! Even on a day where I’m wearing leggings and a t-shirt there is still a little sparkle somewhere!
You can see her signature touch on items offered in CAROLINE’S curated collections that are a part of her lifestyle brand online. Such as glitter socks, sunglasses,t-shirts, and more including a chic unisex collection of items.
What are your special talents?
I sing, write songs, and dance. I also love all types of sports and play the piano.
Who inspires you and why?
Madonna inspires me because her music is amazing but she’s also a great person and has great style!
“CAROLINE has been getting a wide range of media coverage for her singing and various projects, including features in La Belle Magazine, Teens Wanna Know, Healthy Celeb and more. Already with many accomplishments under her belt, it is just the beginning for this talented, promising, young starlet.”
Maximo offers trendy accessories for babies kids and teens. Bruno Barthel founded the company nearly 100 years ago in the Chemnitz region of Germany as a glove company. Currently, customers can purchase hats, tights, shoes, rain wear, and toys at retailers around the globe.
” Since 2001, we have been producing in a new facility in Chemnitz, very close to the location of the original company of Bruno Barthel. In an area of about 5,000 square meters, we design, knit, sew, pack and dispatch high-quality accessories for babies, children and teen.”
International photographer, Emily Kornya shared images from the latest winter collection. Which features knit soft pom hats in navy, grey and black sprinkle with sequins or tinsel.
All the knitted beanies are stylish and very warm in a variety of colors and styles. It’s easy to find a style that matches your favorite winter coat. They can be found here in the US at Poshmark.
As a fashion conscious new mum, I loved dressing up my little girl but really struggled to find clothes that reflected her big personality and my sense of urban style. Influenced by the city it calls home, ‘LiL LDN’was born – a collection inspired by London’s unique sense of style and swag. Our design philosophy is simple – cool, current and cute. We combine quality with individuality to bring you a collection that’s truly unique with a strong emphasis on merging textures and colours to make your ‘LiL’ one stand out from the crowd. The collection has been specifically designed to have an oversized fit, giving our clothes longevity as your child grows. We are proud to mention that our products are all designed and manufactured in the UK.
How is your label different from the other childrens brand already on the market?
We offer luxury wear at affordable prices, designed from original concept and shipped to our customers.My favorite items are both the tracksuits and bomber jackets. Tracksuit – because of the drop crutch style and the snug feeling it gives when a child wears it. The detail in the zip and color contrast. It comes in grey, khaki, navy velvet and blush pink velvet. It has an over sized hoodie. While we have focused on comfort style has not been compromised!
We have beautiful Bomber Jackets – these are again very comfortable and stylish, the colors come in maroon velvet, electric blue with neon yellow zip and faux leopard print. I love the leopard print bomber as we have pushed boundaries with this being an item all Kids can wear leopards. I like these items because again these can be worn dressed up or dressed casually.
Where do you get your ideas from and what or who inspires you as a designer?
Kanye West, over the years his style has evolved – I like that he’s always pushing boundaries and is always showing different ways of wearing clothes, he likes to layer clothing. Lil’LDN has used the color palette to layer lots of items. In stead of having things always matching we have put color blocks together so the items stand out in their own right. So it’s really up to you how you want to dress your child. I like the over sized look which can work well with kids but also gives a longer duration, so a good buy for your money spent. Over the years he has no one a trend setter and and a lot of his style has been filtered down to his kids.
Where can Fresh Kid Nation readers find your work?
On Friday October 18th, Bowtai NYC held it’s official website launch party. Bowtai is a luxury online children’s boutique that offers custom clothing and accessories.
“Bow Tai NYC🎀 Is Co owned by me Taniya and My Mom Tai founded in May 2015. I had to describe our roles in the business I would say I’m the brains behind the operation and my mom has the style! She comes up with the creative vision and I Help execute it. I’m also the face and spokesperson for my brand so I do a lot of the networking and speaking engagements . BowTai started off as a conversation between me and my mom and now is a actual boutique and I am so proud of all of the progress that we have made.”
“The purpose of the party was to introduce our website and new product which are functioning bows We have a bow backpack, bow Fannypack , Bow wristlet, and hair accessories !!!! “
The evenings dress code was Think Pink, all guests were dressed to impress in a plethora of shiny fabrics, sequined accessories and gorgeous bows!
Complimentary Mani’s and Pedi’s by the events co-host Pink Princess Nails, followed by hair/makeup (upon request). Afterwards there was a styling session featuring the latest BowTai accessories.
A party theme photoshoot followed by our networking event and launch party with music, treats and selfies!
Bow Tai is a Luxury Children’s Online Boutique based out of Harlem New York. Specializing in all things Bows & Beautiful, Elegant, Quality, Custom Made pieces that Can’t be found in Malls of America and the Big Box stores. With our Great Customer Service Skills the Possibilities are Endless!
ConnectHER Media presents the second Gen Z Social Summit which took place in SoCal at Great Wolf Lodge, on Friday October 18th 2019. Our blogger Ruby Rosas attended the event with her family. More than 1200 teen influencers and creators were invited to the event and they all have a global social media audience reach of 12 million!
Kicking off with a networking mixer, Fashion Show and the water park at Great Wolf was enjoyed by all guests for the duration of the Friday evening.
The Fashion presentation featured Mixed Up Clothing, eTruism, Kezz Skate, and Trident by Jazz Malcom.
Mixed Up Clothing is a multi-cultural children’s clothing line founded by Sonia Smith-Kang. She uses her brand to teach others about diversity; the hang-tags on each outfit describes the culture or country the design come from. Bold and bright colors and rich fabrics adorned the models at the fashion segment.
The glam squad used hair products from CurlyKids HairCare, and CurlyChic. Makeup Artist Casey Mackay used MAC, Nars & Urban Decay products.
Jax Malcom debuts his signature line at the summit. At just 15, he is a director, actor, philanthropist and a designer. The collection is inspired by underwater creatures, as the young artist is passionate about saving the planet.
Kezz Skate was founded by Kate Klein, 13 in her garage. A apparel brand that reflects her SoCal lifestyle and favorite pastimes such as skateboarding and surfing. The line offers limited edition hoodies and tees in retro colors and fun artwork.
E Truism is a non-profit pop up shop and e-commerce site which collects clothing and accessories from fashion companies and individuals and sells them. 100% of the profit goes to a charity of their choice. Customers are able to also purchase brand new items at really great prices with some items starting at just $5.00 for kids and adults. The organization is run entirely by a network of volunteers.
Participating brands and sponsors of ConnectHER Media’s Gen Z Social Summit include: The Great Wolf Lodge, Samsung USA, LRM Publicity, Petite n’ Pretty, School of Rock, Curly Chic / Curly Kids, Young Artist Academy, PaperMart, Ultimate VSCO Brand, Holiday Hostess, Xcaret, EVVEMI, Blastz, eTruism, Justin and Taylor, Far Out Toys, Stars Above Balloons, Party Pretty Sweet, Famileague, Kia Motors, Fab Fit Fun, The Chuck Jones Center for Creativity, CT & Co., DJ Tuug, and Illuminate Event Services.
World Afro day was founded in 2017, by Michelle De Leon to celebrate Afro hair, educate and debunk myths and with hopes to change the narrative about textured hair in our society. At its inaugural event, a world record was set the the largest hair education lesson. Over 300 attendees learned about their hair with a day of science related classes, empowering workshops and hands on activities.
This year the Big Hair Assembly, took place 2 days prior to the main event on Friday Sept 13th. Thousands of school children across the world participated in a live stream event based in London at Langley Park School for Boys. The Big Hair Assembly was the first of its kind with appearances by international kid models, Celai West, Angel Noor and Farouk James who participated on the Hair & Identity panel.
Hosted by Emma Dabiri, author of Don’t Touch My Hair and TV presenter Scarlette Douglas, young attendees voiced opinions about afro hair, school hair policies and how the we can change our views about hair.
Our kid blogger, Vanessa Sam also provided behind the scenes interviews. When asked what can we do to make afro hair more acceptable, a young lady responded ” We can appreciate how we really are and if anyone bullies us about it, tell them to stop.” Another student stated that kids should tell their teachers about any bullying right away.
The crowd was in awe of an energetic, afrobeat performance by Angel Afro Dance who has a large social media following. Guests were treated to cornrows and manicures on a pink double decker bus aka the “Braids & Beauty Bus” sponsored by Superdrug. With over 7,000 school children reached the event will return again in 2020. Schools are able to register online and receive a curriculum kit as well.