Kids wear brand «Paade Mode» has announced its autumn–winter 2017/18 collection «World is Round», which is inspired by the depths of the winter woods and cultural legacy. The collection is supplemented by limited edition handcrafted crowns, made by artist Brigita Stroda.
The «Paade Mode» child is sophisticated, yet fun and free to explore and grow in clothes that are comfortable and functional to wear. The brand offers various styles of dresses from tailored party–wear to loose everyday garments. The new collection is made in conjunction with Gertrude Stein’s minimalist and modernist aesthetics in children’s literature. «Paade Mode» keeps its classic and traditional forms in silhouettes and mixes them with daring, edgy prints, colour combinations and contrasting details. This season the brand has chosen a more muted, wintery colour palette and refreshes it with lush prints and texture. Earthy tones mix with pops of bright and metallic elements.
«Paade Mode» continues to follow the principles of slow fashion by using natural materials and paying attention to detail. «Liberty» fabrics, soft Portuguese flannel cotton, velvet and silk are mixed with textures of finest Japanese merino wool, Italian Alpaca, mohair and jacquard are used in the collection. Custom design embroidery and jacquard knitwear patterns are key to this season’s look, according to brand’s designer Linda Raituma.
This season the brand introduces also a limited edition collaboration with artist Brigita Stroda whose handcrafted crowns carry a story to be handed over from generation to generation.«Paade Mode» is an internationally renowned and award–winning children’s fashion brand and its collections are available in the United Kingdom, USA, Australia, France, Italy, Israel, Russia, the Netherlands, Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia and Germany.
«Paade Mode» is an internationally renowned and award–winning children’s fashion brand and its collections are available in the United Kingdom, USA, Australia, France, Italy, Israel, Russia, the Netherlands, Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia and Germany.