Mini Mode returns to London Fashion Week

Photo credit: Emma Wright Photography

Mini Mode's 'Prepared To Be Inspired' Designer childrenswear returns to London Fashion Week in September.

After the success of it’s inaugural event in February, Mini Mode has announced its ‘Second Show’ during London Fashion Week to showcase both emerging designers and established kids brands from around the globe of kids fashion on Saturday 15th September 2018 at LSO St. Luke’s, Old Street in London.

“The inaugural event was action packed with feisty and adorable mini models taking to the runway to showcase the hottest pieces in childrenswear. Blowing away any comparison to smaller scale childrenswear shows, Mini Mode packed in the entertainment for its pint sized punters with performers to keep the audience firmly in their seats.” - Fashion Voyeur

Photo credit: Emma Wright Photography

Founded by UK childrenswear designer, Amanda Rabor, MiniMode provides a unique spotlight on a range of fashion from toddlers to teens and a vision to establish a new and consistent platform for the kids fashion market. The industry is now recognising the importance of the teen market, as it looks to new streams of revenue and MiniMode will continue to include a selection of incredible teen fashion looks on the runway for S/S 2019.

More importantly,  MiniMode aims to bring together empowerment and building self-esteem for kids, contributing to a new global business into the kids fashion arena and social media influence that promotes inclusivity on every level.

Mini Mode supports the Osteopathic Centre for Children (OCC) charity and will be donating 20% of all ticket sales to raise money to support the charity and create awareness of the OCC.

Apart from a cast of the cutest mini models strutting the catwalk, the event will include a selection of children’s entertainment, Kid’s DJs and workshops in between the main fashion shows. Mini Mode aims to bring a unique experience for kids and families that will be talked about from season to season.

“London Fashion Week is iconic, we wanted 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 power house it is. This event promises to deliver something different, unique and fabulous. The venue is absolutely stunning and is based in London’s Old Street area. We don’t want too many spoilers, as we really want our audience to be truly surprised and inspired, but this show promises to leave its mark on the fashion industry in a big way.” - Amanda Rabor, Founder of Mini Mode

Photo credit: Emma Wright Photography

Mini Mode are on the lookout for Australian kids fashion brands or boutiques to get involved and showcase at the show in September. Visit www.mini-mode.co.uk and complete the application form where the Mini Mode panel of industry Experts will review your application and make contact with you directly.

Bernadette Cording
Bernadette Cording

Bernadette Cording is a mother of two absolutely beautiful young ladies, balancing full-time work as a marketing professional with multiple side hustles as a freelance makeup artist, dance mentor and now dabbling in a little freelance writing for the wonderful somewherebetween.co family!

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