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Monday, February 04, 2019

Sustainability and kids fashion in Copenhagen CIFF Youth

Sustainability and kids fashion in Copenhagen at the CIFF Youth kids trade fair last week are a natural pairing.

There’s always been a sense with Scandinavia of a less frantic consumerism, the interior design world here reflects that with Danish homes featuring designer led pieces that are carefully considered before purchase.

The Nordic countries were also some of the pioneers in the use of certified organic cotton and new technology for outerwear, it goes without saying here that most of the cotton is organic.

At CIFF Youth some of the most interesting exhibitors had labelled items reflecting their sources and recycling origins.

Mini Rodini were one of the pioneers in the eco field but are wary of copying so refuse to let the press photograph the collection but I can report that business at Mini Rodini looks as good as usual for fall/winter 2019!

The new location for this trade show, formerly known as CIFF Kids, has brought it back to the Bella Centre complex and it sits alongside the womens and mens exhibitors for Copenhagen Fashion Week in its own hall.

The spacious surroundings let exhibitors make the most of their areas to build stands that resembled mini stores with plenty of room to examine the clothing and accessories.

As in Paris, teddy bear fabrics were in abundance and the most popular colours came from a spicy golden/rust/tumeric palette with yellow and green also strong. Towelling is also a textural favourite for boys and girls tops, replacing sweatshirting in some cases in antique rose pink, yellow ochre and deep sea green colours.

Sustainability looks likely to be of growing concern in fashion retail especially kidswear and it’s something the new generations of customers are demanding so it is likely to be ever more evident as the year progresses and any new brands would be wise to use organic and ethical features as a starting point rather than an afterthought.

Cool plaid coat by Little Remix which will be renamed Remix Girls for FW19 and a label detailing its recycled wool origins

Cool plaid coat by Little Remix which will be renamed Remix Girls for FW19 and a label detailing its recycled wool origins

 

Sustainability and kids fashion with a logo waistband and regenerated nylon skirt at Little Remix for FW19 kidswear at CIFF Youth

Sustainability and kids fashion with a logo waistband and regenerated nylon skirt at Little Remix for FW19 kidswear at CIFF Youth

 

Fish leather and cork soles from Woden kids footwear at CIFF Youth for fall/winter 2019

Fish leather and cork soles from Woden kids footwear at CIFF Youth for fall/winter 2019

 

Recycled wool and organic wool and cotton from German label Manitober

Recycled wool and organic wool and cotton from German label Manitober

 

New technology for outerwear at Konges Slojd for their baby to kids collection

New technology for outerwear at Konges Slojd for their baby to kids collection

 

WaWa is an organic and sustainable brand that showed in a restaurant outside the CIFF Youth complex, their two piece dress unzips in the middle to allow the top to be worn with other items

WaWa is an organic and sustainable brand that showed in a restaurant in Copenhagen, their two piece dress unzips in the middle to allow the top to be worn with other items

 

Soft Gallery announced that co-founder Barbara Hvidt was departing after 12 years with full responsibility for the line falling to Tine Holt Møller, the label will continue it's unique collaborations with artists for prints

Soft Gallery announced that co-founder Barbara Hvidt was departing after 12 years with full responsibility for the line falling to Tine Holt Møller, the label will continue it’s unique collaborations with artists for prints

 

Cristina Rohde showed an oriental inspired floral collection with an emphasis on strong gold and yellow tones for FW19 kids fashion

Cristina Rohde showed an oriental inspired floral collection with an emphasis on strong gold and yellow tones for FW19 kids fashion

 

The logo script is at CIFF Youth too, here from organic label GRO

The logo script is at CIFF Youth too, here from organic label GRO

 

Quite a few versions from Les Coyotes de Paris here in a subtle nod but also with continuous script in other tops

Quite a few versions from Les Coyotes de Paris here in a subtle nod but also with continuous script in other tops

 

Sofie Schnoor has rebranded the older teen boy collection just as Schnoor with a cool streetwear vibe for winter 2019

Sofie Schnoor has rebranded the older teen boy collection just as Schnoor with a cool streetwear vibe for winter 2019

 

Two new brands appeared just at CIFF Youth this year, here from Spain a sweet collection Weekend House Kids

Two new brands appeared just at CIFF Youth this year, here from Spain a sweet collection Weekend House Kids

 

Another new exhibitor was The Look of the Disquiet from Portugal, with a quirky style for boys

Another new exhibitor was The Look of the Disquiet from Portugal, with a quirky style for boys

 

Finally the beautiful organic and sustainable brand for mothers and children Liilu from Germany

Finally the beautiful organic and sustainable brand for mothers and children Liilu from Germany

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