The future of Philippine fashion is bright and colorful as seen in a presentation that celebrated the childhood joys of summer.
Proud parents and their stylish tots strutted the runway of the show staged by SM Kids in collaboration with Toy Kingdom.
Gian and Joy Sotto’s brood, Janice de Belen’s grandchildren, Joel Cruz’ twins, Kathryn Bernardo’s niece, among other celebrity children and young social media influencers showcased pieces from SM Kids’ summer collection.
The kids collection consists of staples from Swimwear, LOL Surprise, Tees & Denim in vibrant colors ranging from marigold to sugary pastels inspired by the ocean. Bold stripes, artsy graphics, Fun fruits and florals come alongside those colors for an exciting array of designs. The kids showed that pairing print with print is the key to a stylishly fun summer look.
The SM Kids Swimwear collection highlights the vibrancy of colors and playfulness of prints in a wide range of florals, fruits, and lovable animals. Swimming in style, these designs come in different silhouettes that come in one piece or two-piece combos that can be mixed and matched.
LOL Surprise! is inspired by funky dolls with a unique sense of style and personality, where kids can have fun pairing different trends together.
Tees & Denim puts a twist on basics. Boys’ tees offer novelty graphics that echo their favorite comics, while girls’ tees are embellished with fantasy details such as appliqués of unicorn and mermaids. These dreamy tops are perfectly paired with classic denim in different trend washes, offering stretch for comfort and playground wearable.
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