For Spring/Summer 2012, Kenzo Kids has created a chic, high-design new line drawing on wildflowers and the Pacific Ocean. A very pretty Kenzo Kids collection will lighten up every girl this season. In floral prints and tropical theme, kids will look and feel fresh despite high heat this summer. There is a new simplicity here, courtesy of the new Kenzo developers Mary Lim and Humberto Leon. This Spring-Summer 2012 Kenzo Kids collection is inspired by Caribbean nature: shells, exotic flowers and underwater colors. Strong pinks and reds combined with turquoise and white for the girls, light green, blue, soft jeans and stripes for the boys. The label presents a floral children’s line of bright blue hues for spring/summer 2012, evoking the shallow waters of the Pacific Ocean.
Designer Kenzo Tada offers kids gorgeous classic styles with a garden of floral prints perfect for Summer/Spring 2012. The collection infuses style and comfort ideal for playful, active kids who love to be trendy as well. Girls particularly will love this latest Kenzo Kids collection for Spring and Summer 2012 coz it’s all girlie-girly – complemented by lots of cute and matching accessories like sandals, scarves and more.
Quoting theirlittleworld.com: Japanese designer Kenzo Tada showed his premier collection in Paris in 1970; and within a year had taken the NYC and Tokyo fashion scenes by storm. Kenzo has always been famous for mixing bold fabrics to create a single harmonious look and this is certainly true for the Kenzo Kids collection. There is nothing ordinary about this brand’s Spring/Summer 2012 florals for kids, instead of English roses, think hot-house plumes in Tahitian inspired shades. Each piece adds vibrancy to wardrobe staples or for a bolder look pair prints together.—Photos courtesy of online-fashion-updates.blogspot.com and lajavastyle.com