September (and October) are the most exciting months in the fashion calendar – as the four fashion capitals showcase next season’s collection’s.
Now Italy is in the spotlight with Milan Fashion Week and inspired by this I have rounded up a few Italian looks for the little’s. OK, so they may not be in next years trends (Spring Summer 2016) and they may feature a few iconic sightseeing prints – but fashion above all should always be fun!
I’m also linking up with the Adventure Walks. Adventure Walks are a series of illustrated guidebook-maps offering the best walks around various cities created by two journalists Clare Lewis and Becky Jones.
Each folding map has step-by-step instructions of where to go, what to see and interesting little facts and sights to help kids discover the city through their own eyes.
With mini maps on the back and fabulous little titles like ‘scrumptious treats’ (pin pointing hot places for sweets, ice creams and cakes), best museums, city farms and many other kid-friendly diversions that are sure to keep them, well walking.
The nearest we could get to Milan was the Rome Adventure Walks Map – with 20 adventure walks. From a trip to St Peter’s Square and the Roam Colosseum to throwing coins into the Trevi Fountain, a stroll down the iconic shopping street Via dei Condotti and of course the top ten places for pizza and Italian gelato.
First up, lets get them dressed Italian style…
* FABULOUS FASHION FOR FASHION WEEK – MILAN *
Cape Stella McCartney // Stefano & Domenico T-shirt Dolce & Gabbana at childrensalon // Trainers Gucci at childrensalon // Pique dress Gucci at childrensalon // Bow tie shirt Little Marc Jacobs at Alex & Alexa // Chinos H&M // Studded t-bar shoes Step2wo
Graphic Tee Gap // Cafe drinks machine Great Little Trading Co. // Top River Island Mini // Shorts with braces Next // Retro Scooter Jamm Toys // Jumper Wildfox // Car print flip Flops Dolce & Gabbana at Melijoe // Pizza party wooden toy set Melissa & Doug
See More: New York Fashion Week: part 1 here
See More: London Fashion Week: part 2 here
See More: Paris Fashion Week: part 4 here