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Popular Items in The Second Half of 2019 -- The TOP List of Womenswear
According to analysis of searching data from June to December, the sweatshirt is the most frequently searched. Puffa jackets, dresses and shirts are comparatively steady, while the search frequency of leather clothing is relatively increased. This report will analyze top items and items of the hottest style.
Cute And Funny Diary- BEBE DE PINO Benchmark Brand for Kidswear
The South Korean kidswear brand, BEBE DE PINO, is listed in 2010. BEBE DE PINO is a little Nordic style and means "the little squirrel" in Spanish. In this season, this brand extends the classical blue and red. The cardigan is the main knitwear style. The corduroy makes kid closer to the nature and has the simple Nordic style atmosphere.
Urban Nomadic -- Louise Misha
Louise Misha is a French folkloric kidswear brand founded in 2012. The inspiration of its A/W 19 collection came from life and nature. The characters of modern kids, self recognition and diversity are used as the basic tone. Bright colors, lace, French embroidery elements go through the collection.
18/19 A/W Korean Kidswear Brand Analysis
Korean kidswear brands like moimoln, Alfonso and Allo & Lugh launch A/W 18/19 collections. They provide sweet and versatile styles and educational, playful illustrations.
2018 S/S Pitti Bimbo Florence -- Trend Analysis
There were plenty of kids fashion highlights at Pitti Bimbo 85, the trade fair held in Florence every season which seems to just keep on growing. This season there were 548 exhibitors, and the number of buyers from countries such as Russia (207), China (181), Ukraine, Netherlands and Austria increased whilst total visitors stayed at around 10,000.