The fifth edition of Mini Mode wows the fashion industry once again. Over the years the show has gained notoriety as a well produced children’s fashion event. Up and coming brands along with established brands presented collections at St. Mary’s in London. A*Dee, Mitch & Son, MiTCH, Baronessa Demi-Couture, Bebebebe, Bellos Boutique, Billieblush, Charabia, Embroidery by FJ, IScream, Zoo Bug x Kate Hill, LB Swim, Leya.me, Little People London, MadPax, Présent de l’ondée, Princess Ford, Ray and Roy, The Garment Streak and The Bow Kids.
The Industry Show was held on Friday 14th February 2020 and is open to industry professionals including buyers and press, bloggers, influencers and celebs.
Two Consumer Shows took place the following day on Saturday 15th February 2020 and was open to the public. Attendees got to experience the latest See-Now-Buy-Now collections for SS2020. Television personality Cara Delahoyde-Masey presented her new line Embroidery by FJ.
The day was filled with family friendly entertainment, kid’s DJs, kid’s hosts, a pop-up shop featuring the latest children’s apparel and accessories.
Guests could also get mini makeovers and enjoy treats and beverages while enjoying music from DJ Zel.
Mini Mode’s founder and fashion designer Amanda Rabor stayed “This was an amazing show, despite the external challenges that the fashion industry as a whole faced with the coronavirus.
“We showcased a fabulous offering of both UK and global brands, which were as exciting as they were beautiful. We have a huge Mini Mode family that is going from strength to strength. I’m extremely proud of everyone who made Season 5 magical.”
Our UK Blogger Vanessa Sam walked in the show and also provided coverage for our social media platforms!
A portion of the shows proceeds will support Osteopathic Centre for Children. “ The OCC provides specialist paediatric osteopathy for perinatal women, babies, children and teens on a donate-what-you-can basis. They also treat older children up to 18 years old with various issues and support families with children with disabilities and learning difficulties.”
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