06/25/2016

FIMI showcases trends for summer 2017

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New navy

Foque

New navy

New navy

Cocote

New navy

New navy

Babylis

New navy

New navy

Villalobos

New navy

New navy

Conguitos

New navy

New navy

Bóboli

New navy

New navy

José Varón

New navy

New navy

Sanmar

New navy

New navy

Barcarola

New navy

Boho chic

Ancar

Boho chic

Boho chic

Oh! Soleil

Boho chic

Boho chic

Rosalita Señoritas

Boho chic

Boho chic

Sanmar

Boho chic

Boho chic

Tocotó Vintage

Boho chic

Boho chic

José Varón

Boho chic

Boho chic

Teckel Green

Boho chic

Boho chic

Tartaleta

Boho chic

Botanical lessons

Pan con chocolate

Botanical lessons

Botanical lessons

Babybol

Botanical lessons

Botanical lessons

Villalobos + Nieves Álvarez

Botanical lessons

Botanical lessons

Dolce Petit

Botanical lessons

Botanical lessons

Tartaleta

Botanical lessons

Botanical lessons

Teckel Green

Botanical lessons

Swimwear galore

Al Agua Patos

Swimwear galore

Swimwear galore

Ancar

Swimwear galore

Swimwear galore

Dolce Petit

Swimwear galore

Swimwear galore

Fina Ejerique

Swimwear galore

Swimwear galore

Foque

Swimwear galore

Swimwear galore

José Varón

Swimwear galore

Swimwear galore

Oh! Soleil

Swimwear galore

Swimwear galore

Villalobos + Nieves Álvarez

Swimwear galore

Swimwear galore

La Ormiga

Swimwear galore

Swimwear galore

Oh! Soleil

Swimwear galore

Swimwear galore

Ancar

Swimwear galore

Swimwear galore

Dolce Petit

Swimwear galore

Swimwear galore

Foque

Swimwear galore

Swimwear galore

José Varón

Swimwear galore

Swimwear galore

Villalobos + Nieves Álvarez

Swimwear galore

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Elisa Menuts

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Kobez

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

La Ormiga

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

José Varón

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Barcarola

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Barcarola

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Amaya

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Large, but little steps

Conguitos

Large, but little steps

Large, but little steps

León Shoes

Large, but little steps

Large, but little steps

XTI Kids

Large, but little steps

Large, but little steps

Oca Loca

Large, but little steps

Large, but little steps

Oca Loca

Large, but little steps

Large, but little steps

Ría Menorca

Large, but little steps

Large, but little steps

Foque

Large, but little steps

Large, but little steps

Lea Lelo

Large, but little steps

Large, but little steps

Lea Lelo

Large, but little steps

Large, but little steps

XTI Kids

Large, but little steps

From June 24th through the 26th, the 83rd edition of FIMI, the International Children’s and Young People’s Fashion Trade Show once again offered a window to the world for the 300 brands that gathered in Madrid.

With their spring/summer 2017 collections, Spanish kidswear companies celebrate the most laid-back and leisurely season with an explosion of vibrant colors.  There’s also room for extravagance, romanticism and vintage nostalgia, without overlooking the many nods and allusions to the Mediterranean sun.  At Fashionfromspain we have a look at all the trends that will be hitting the season’s high notes.
 
New navy
Navy is a classic summer look that never goes out of style and seems to be reinvented every season. Foque, Cocote, Babylis and Villalobos offer their more purist interpretation, while Conguitos and Bóboli offer up more modern street style versions. José Varón and Sanmar color up the trend in pastel tones, and Barcarola’s snails edge us ever closer to the sounds of the sea.
 
Boho chic
Folkie fringe, tassels and pom-poms will once again be sported next season.  We saw the trend bounce through the collections presented by Ancar, Oh!Soleil, Rosalita Señoritas, Sanmar and Tocotó Vintage.
José Varón, Teckel Green and Tartaleta are a few of the brands that showed off their bohemian elegance.
 
Botanical lessons
It wouldn’t be spring/summer 2017 without a good dose of floral fabrics. Pan con Chocolate proudly showed off exuberantly sunny specimens, while those seen at Babybol, Villalobos + Nieves Álvarez, Dolce Petit and Tartaleta had a softer, romantic tone. Teckel Green, however, brought out a more psychedelic approach.
 
Swimwear galore
At FIMI we were able to witness a refreshing take on swimwear.  Flowers, ruffles, and bows adorn next year’s surf and sun extravaganza. Al Agua Patos, Ancar, Dolce Petit, Fina Ejerique, Foque, José Varón, Villalobos + Nieves Álvarez, Oh!Soleil and La Ormiga live up to the finest bathing suit standards with their complete selections. 
The collections range from the most tropically inspired, like Oh!Soleil and their water-repelling fabrics, to the sweet and simple silhouettes by Dolce Petit.
 
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Softer tones and delicate textiles encapsulate one of the more provocative trends to be seen at FIMI.  Embroidered tulles and crinkled silks are infused throughout the first ceremony collection presented by Elisa Menuts. Kobez, La Ormiga and José Varón also know their way around lovely fabrics like linens and tulles, as evidenced in their diverse range of silhouettes. Barcarola opts for immaculate white in embroidered cambric patchworks for girls and the comfort of natural textiles like linen and cotton for boys. Amaya was inspired by the nostalgia of the twenties.  The brand recently opened its first international store in Kuwait.
 
Large, but little steps
Spanish kids shoes were very much a presence to be reckoned with at FIMI, as they adapted the latest trends to the needs for comfort and ergonomics for little feet. 
Conguitos, León Shoes and XTI twinkled brightly with added sheen and metallized finishes.
Oca Loca, Foque and Ría Menorca jump on the boho chic bandwagon, while Lea Lelo and XTI prove that sneakers are perfect for summer as well.
 
The magic universe of Spanish kids’ fashion will once again take over the Pabellón de Cristal at Madrid’s Casa de Campo from January 21 to 23, 2017.

 

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