On 16 February 2018, Mini Mode will open its doors at 16-18 Paddington Street for the first time. During London Fashion Week, up-and-coming designers and major children’s brands will present their collections, including Amelie et Sophie, Barn of Monkeys, Dame V Couture, Infantium Victoria, Isossy Children, LOUD Apparel, Sproet & Sprout, Rebel Republic, and Where’s that Bear?

Amanda Rabor is the founder of Mini Mode. The British fashion designer is famous for Isossy Children, her global children’s fashion brand. Together with a network of creatives, influencers, marketing experts, visionaries, media partners, and sponsors, the Mini Mode founder aims to create a unified platform for the children’s fashion market.

There will be two fashion shows on Mini Mode, one of which is for the public and one is for the buyers. The presented collections for end consumers can be purchased on site. The Designers and labels are from Spain, Egypt, Italy, US, UK, Poland and Holland.

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“London Fashion Week is legendary and enjoys a decades-long international reputation. It has boosted the careers of many great talents. In addition, London Fashion Week has promoted the British industry’s individuality and its respected global brands. A wide variety of British children’s brands have helped grow the British market in children’s fashion, finding success in this fast-growing sector. That’s why we thought it was time to create a platform for children’s fashion during the UK’s prestigious London Fashion Week.”

Mini Mode is committed to a good cause

The children’s fashion show Mini Mode supports the Osteopathic Centre for Children, a charity.

“To raise money for this great charity, we are pleased to offer our guests an auction of tailor-made pieces designed by some of the best kids’ fashion designers,” says Amanda Rabor proudly.

The project is very important to the Mini Mode founder, which is why 20% of total ticket sales will also be donated to this charity.

Children’s fashion fairs in the UK: Dot to Dot and Bubble London.



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