I’ve been searching for children’s fashion events in London for months - I couldn’t believe there were only trade shows for buyers, but no places for the greater circle of creatives in the industry to connect, and to participate in something remarkable.

And then I found Mini Mode.

Scrolling through their Instagram feed I saw exactly what I was looking to find. Regular and relevant updates not only on the show itself, but on the designers and models too. I saw huge response from the audience, and before I knew I was counting down the days until the show.

I’m telling you all this to say that Mini Mode is the place to be if you want to gain an insight into the world of kids’ fashion. The show featured 30 brands from 14 countries! An amazing variety of models of all ages and shapes, and a talented team of stylists and hair and makeup artists. It was also completely sold out, and covered by photographers, videographers, bloggers, and magazine editors.

Click on the video below to see the teaser we filmed and edited. For photos visit our Instagram feed!


The fashion show and catwalk took place on the 15th of September in LSO St. Luke’s, Shoreditch, boasting an eclectic and exciting range of SS19 attires.

Mini Mode is organised by Amanda Rabor and supported by Alegre Media. Brands included Infantium Victoria, Small Stories, Hugland, PezPunto, Kimba Kids, JNR Nation, Iscream, Hunter + Boo, Shokunin Shoes, ARI London, Coco Chic, Jenni Dezigns, Leya Me, Roses and Rhinos, Teasy Shiruo Sun, SarBear Designs, Junona, Koh Mabby, Bebebebe, Alexander Evans, Tarantela, Little Borne, Chakra Design Studio, Isossy Children, Kidette, Adam and Louisa, Deena London, Liberated Folk, Zoobug London, Yoi Socks. Styling by Becky Seagre, Kate Hill, Michelle Pierre-Carr.

Keep an eye out for all these brands in the spring!

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