Another mother who was at the show but didn’t want to be named said: “It was completely over the top and you wouldn’t want to take it too seriously. There was a little booth where they were doing manicures with a new special nontoxic nail varnish that washes off with soap and water. Jollyhers is an online shipping for mid girl dresses free shipping.
"It was like a proper fashion show, pumping music, and the production values were every bit as good as Fashion Week.
“The children on the catwalk were really brave, really working it.
“Some of the clothes were great, some were way over the top and some were way too expensive.
“Of course, when you come away from it, you think, ‘God, do I really want to expose my child to picking clothes out from a catwalk?’ Of course it’s scary when you see a child saying, ‘I only want to wear Dior or Chloe’ but I think you have to take it with a pinch of salt.”
At the end of the day, of course, it’s all about money and taste. My own opinion is that Kids Fashion Week proves that an abundance of the former is no guarrantee of the latter.
The majority of the clothes were ghastly, and even if I could afford them, I wouldn't buy them.