Poster Child Magazine, Fall 2017

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cover story

GLAM JOCK

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THE CONTRIBUTORS

Get to know a few of the

talented individuals who

made this issue happen!

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ONLINE EXCLUSIVE

A preview of our newest

Online Exclusive editorial by

Alexandra Cooper.

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EDITOR’S NOTE

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ON LOCATION

Learn more about this issue’s

cover story!

FASHION

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FRESH RIGHT NOW

Get e-shopping! These

4 trends are perfect for fall

and easy to shop from your

digital magazine copy!

LIFESTYLE

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PUSH SMART

There is so much to love

about phil&teds Smart stroller.

We’re telling you why this

buggy should be at the top

of your list when shopping

for a great all around stroller!

FEATURES

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MAISONETTE Q&A

Digital shop co-founders

Sylvana Durret and Luisana

Mendoza de Roccia dish

about their new ecommerce

kids boutique, Maisonette!

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PLUM NYC

“No frill, just chill.” With a

motto like that,it’s easy to

fall in love with PLUM, the

new tutu label that is turning

heads and delivering exactly

what little girls want!

Fall /2017


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SPOTLIGHT

Danish collection, THE NEW

is is all about breaking the

molds!

EDITORIALS

36

GLAM JOCK

Photographer Roberto

Chamorro and stylist Jessica

Zindren explore the ultra

popular athleisure trend with

femininity and strength.

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ADVENTURERS

Get behind the wheel and

join this well-dressed squad

of adventurous youngsters,

photographed by Ksenia

Arbuzova.

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OLIVER WITH A TWIST

An unconventional take on

the famous tale of orphan boy

Oliver captured in Barcelona

by Fer Piña with styling and

direction by María Montané.

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AUTUMN IN COLOUR

Parisian Photographer

Candice Cohen captures mini

models in moody autumn

attire.

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MOROCCAN

MOMENT

Photographer Olesja

Mueller gives us a glimpse

of Morocco in this bright

and colourful editorial.

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BACK TO NATURE

Get out of the city, venture

down a untravelled

path and enjoy the wild

with photographer Amber

Eggleden.

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HEY HO! LETS

GO EXPLORE THE

WORLD

A curious crew of little

explorers venture off on

a wild journey of make

belief and magic captured

by photographer Ellen

van Bennekom.

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SERIOUS. NOT SO

SERIOUS

Photographer Elke Van de

Velde captures the many

moods of a miss Irene in

an editorial that reminds

us not to take anything

too seriously!

Autumn

in colour

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the

contributors

Roberto Chamorro

Photographer

(pg.36)

Your favourite autumn activity is:

Anything involving R&R with my family.

Do you have a back-to-school

tradition?

Not really. Does difficult mornings count

as tradition? ;)

What was your favourite subject in elementary

school?

Art for life!

What do you hope YOUR KIDS learn this year? I

have two boys, 5 and 6 years old. I would

love for them to learn patience.

What is your fondest Fall memory?

Each of my boys first days of school and

the night before. It’s fun thinking back

on us making the little sign to hold up

outside of school, for a photo.

Evgenia Bryzgalova

Social media team

Your favourite autumn activity is:

Apple picking! There’s nothing more

wonderful than wandering through a

beautiful apple farm and sampling to

your heart’s desire. It always brings the

family closer!

Do you have a back-to-school

tradition?

My younger sister and I bonded over

packing the perfect first-day-of-school

lunch together. A lot of thought was put

into buying the coolest snacks (remember

Bear Paws and pudding cups?!),

preparing a picturesque sandwich and

filling up a brand new lunch box.

What was your favourite subject in elementary

school?

Math has always been my forte - I love

how black and white it is! Studying more

always equated to a higher mark, which

is not always the case with the arts.

What do you hope to learn this year?

I would love to get back into dance by

taking ballroom lessons. I find dance the

perfect stress reliever for when things

get busy. So many classes begin in

September, it’s hard to decide which one

to enroll in!

What is your fondest Fall memory?

My very first Halloween! I moved to Canada

when I was nine, and the concept

of dressing up for free candy blew my

mind. The best part was getting home

with my friends and making trade deals

for the candy I REALLY wanted - Aero

chocolates!

Jessica Zindren

Stylist

(pg.36)

Your favourite autumn activity is:

There are so many! Fall is by FAR my

favorite season… my favorite fall activity

is getting out of the city with my family

doing pretty much anything- pumpkin

patches, apple orchards, hiking. Even

strolling through Central Park and bundling

up for a picnic.

Do you have a back-to-school

tradition?

I LOVE back to school shopping! The

girls get so excited picking out their new

backpacks and lunch boxes- my current

favorites are Parkland, Vans and Hershel.

There are some awesome designer collabs

out there now.

What was your favourite subject in elementary

school? I absolutely loved school when I

was little- I used to get so nervous and

excited I would throw up on the bus the

first day! I loved every subject- I was that

kid in class that would remind the teacher

if they forgot to assign our homework...

What do you hope YOUR KIDS learn this year?

I hope my kids continue to learn more

about what excites and motivates them to

learn- whatever the subject may be there

is always something there that can inspire

you and help you grow.

What is your fondest Fall memory?

I grew up in a small town in Ohio and

every fall we would have our town festival

called the ‘Grape Jamboree’ when the

concord grapes were in season… as a

kid it was SUPER exciting! The art show,

grape stomping, the games/rides, the parade,

the crowning of Miss Grapette and

all the amazing food- grape pie, grape

milkshakes (the ‘Purple Cow’), grape jelly.

By far the highlight of the fall in our town!

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the

editor’s note

Every year, about halfway through September, I

come to the realization that the season is over

and not a single item on my summer to-do list

was completed. Do you know the list I’m talking

about? It’s a tally of all the super fun summer

activities you want to do. Mine is usually a compellation

of legitimate events (like family gathering)

and well, lets face it, completely unrealistic

dream scenarios (yeah, I know I’m not going to

spend two weeks in the Italian countryside…).

Keeping lists can be so helpful. I work more

productively when I have a list and feel like I’ve

accomplished so much during a workday when

I can check all the items off by 4PM. But a list

can also seem to bring out the pessimist in me;

it brings attention to all the things I’ve haven’t

done, reminding me of the days we didn’t

spend at the beach or go on a wine tour (yup,

still dreaming over here).

What is on your to-do list this

fall? Tag @posterchildmag in

your Instagram pictures or

comments!

Can’t wait to hear from you!

As you settle into the autumn season, with big

long lists of daily to-dos, remember that the

most important items on your list are the easiest

to check off: hug your kids and say, “I Love

You”, wave to the bus, pour yourself a big cup

of coffee and get all your style inspiration by

flipping through this new issue. Check, Check,

Check and Check!

xo Rebecca Poier

Poster Child Magazine

Editor-in-Chief


the

poster child Team

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF:

REBECCA POIER

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS:

ERICA STEVENSON

ADVERTISING:

TRACEY LUTH

INTERNS:

NASTASIA DELMEDICO

EVGENIA BRYZGALOVA

CONTRIBUTERS

EVGENICA KARICA, MARÍA MONTANÉ, TOMOMI SANO

ROBERTO CHAMORRO, JESSICA ZINDERN FOR ANYWAY

REPS, ZULEIKA VIERA, VIRELSA GUZMAN

SYLVANA DURRET, LUISANA MENDOZA DE ROCCIA,

JAKARRA, LONDON & ALIYAH, KSENIA ARBUZOVA,

ANNA SHULMINA, MASHA USENKO, GULLIVER, FER

PIÑA, SOFÍA ALVAREZ, SUGAR KIDS, CANDICE COHEN,

MAYA CHANCELADE, DARYA, PAISLEY, OLESJA MUELLER,

SVETLANA GAGARINA, BAMBI MANAGEMENT, MICHAEL

TOKAREV, AMBER EGGLEDEN, LAETITIA TOMASSO ,

RONI CHAPMAN, DOMINIC PAUL, TILLY @KIDS LONDON

ELLEN VAN BENNEKOM @ PIM THOMASSEN, MALEE

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PANNEKOEK, ELKE VAN DE VELDE

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ehind the

on

location

scenes

Embracing athleisure

for Fall 2017

Inspired by your kids’ favourite

current trend – Athleisure – dream

team, Roberto Chamorro and Jessica

Zindren teamed up create this

season’s amazing cover editorial!

Playing on the theme of Athleisure

attire and sport, Roberto added

graphic lines in post-production reminding

us of those found on tennis

courts or soccer fields, bringing

the sporty glam story to life. Stylist

Jessica tells us to go ahead and

wear your faux fur to tennis practice

and rock sequins at jujitsu! This

editorial highlights three girls who

embody strength and femininity,

while of course being very fashion

forward.

Flip to page 36 to join this squad

of Glam Jock gals.

on the cover

Jakarra is wearing: P

Hat by Adidas,

Sweatshirt dress by

Zara, Jacket by Imoga,

Sweatshirt tank by

ACBC.

get the cover look!

$185, Imoga

Photograph:

Roberto Chamorro

Styling:

Jessica Zindren for

Anyway Reps

Hair& Makeup:

Zuleika Viera

Hair & Makeup

Assistant:

Virelsa Guzman

$267, Roberto Cavalli Kids

$28, Adidas


e-Shopping

Fresh right now!

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RED HOT

Red is the official colour of Fall 2017

and we couldn’t be happier to fill our

kiddos closet’s with this bright shade!

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3

4

Wear

it with

1. Dress by Chloé, 2. Boots by Hunter,

3. Dress by Il Gufo, 4. Sweater by H&M,

5. Jacket by Stella McCartney,

6. Shoes by Moschino.

red accessories!

Scarf by Burberry

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Model wears: Monnalisa

backpack by Dolce & Gabbana

sunglasses by Sons + Daughters

Hat by monnalisa

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Model wears Monnalisa


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e-Shopping

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Pink, red & Plush

Shearling isn’t going anywhere; this

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trend is here to stay! It’s cozy and

cuddly and perfect for fall.

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5

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1. Boots by Emu 2. Jacket by H&M 3. Hat by Armani

Junior , 4. Jacket by Mayoral, 5. Jacket by Bellerose , 6.

Jacket by Urban Republic Kids, 7. Baby Romper

by Milk on the Rocks, 8. Boots by Monnalisa.

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Wear

it with

animal prints

backpack by twelve Little

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Sunglasses by D&G

Boots Pom D’Api

Hat by gap


e-Shopping

Silver Streak

We’ve got our head in the stars! You know we

are fans of everything that sparkles and silver

is a trend we can’t pass up for fall 2017.

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1

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2

3

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Wear

it with

bright PINK

Sneakers

1. Sweater by Stella McCartney, 2. Bag by

State, 3. Skirt by Monnalisa, 4. Shoes by

Chiara Ferragni, 5. Jacket by Tommy Hilfiger,

6. Vest by H&M, 7. Shoes by Mini Melissa.

Sneakers by Converse

Sneakers by puma

Sneakers by new balance

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sneakers by Adidas


e-Shopping

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1

70’s Plaid

Plaid is often a favourite pattern for

fall and this year’s bright inspiration is

drawn from the 1970’s. The versatile

print was crafted into classic coats,

statement tops and even shoes!

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3

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1. Top by Rita co Rita, 2. Jacket by Il

Gufo, 3. Jacket by Sonia Rykiel

Enfant , 4. Shoes by Marni, 5. Jacket

by Gucci, 6. Top by Timberland,

7. Jacket by Lamantine

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Wear

it with

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velvet kicks!

Boots by Dolce Vita

Model wears: Miss L Ray

Shoes by Nina shoes

Sneakers by Cat & Jack

shoes by Sophia Webster Mini


Lifestyle

push, smart

There is so much to love about phil&teds Smart stroller.

We’re telling you why this buggy should be at the top of

your list when shopping for a great all around stroller!

Ultra large sun canopy

to protect from harmful

uv rays and create privacy.

We Love: Super

smooth hassle free

riding - with 10”

rear puncture proof

aerotech wheels,

and full 4 wheel

suspension.

We Love: Smart’s modern

& stylish fabrics - this stroller

turns more heads than tight

city corners!

Lock the front

wheels for

rough terrain.

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Flip the page to continue reading the full review.


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Lifestyle

Photography by Smiley Kids Photo

Big city families on the go know how important it is that

their stroller stands up to all the unique challenges of

their urban lifestyle. Lightweight, simple to use, compact

and stylish: the checklist goes on. When looking for the

perfect all-around stroller there is just so much choice;

where do parents start?

We asked this very question when planning a recent trip

to New York. We already owned a chunky full-size stroller

and a stylish umbrella model but we needed the perfect

compact option to make exploring the big city a breeze.

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Enter the award-winning phil&teds Smart

stroller. For under $300USD city parents

will love that the Smart stroller truly lives

up to its name while offering so much

more than comparable models like the

Baby Jogger City Mini or Britax B Agile.

_____________________

Trekking the streets of NYC with an 11-month old baby

it was important that we had a stroller that could accommodate

napping on the go. Created with a true flat

laying bed, the Smart stroller is ideal for newborns and

napping toddlers. In the hot summer sun, it was also key

that our stroller had an extra large canopy. We were surprised

by the Smart stroller’s extendable sun hood that

provides extremely large coverage and protection from

harmful UV rays; simply unzip and extend to block out

the sun or create lots of privacy for sleeping.

Extra features like the stroller’s handbrake and adjustable

handle add to the overall ease of use, while the extended

flip-out leg rest and supersized seat create extra

comfort for kids to kick back and relax.

It’s one thing for a stroller to tick off all the items on your

must-have list, but how well does it really stand up under

pressure? We took to the streets of New York to put the

phil&teds Smart stroller to the test.

DUMBO is one of our favourite neighbourhoods to visit

while in New York. It is home to some pretty great coffee

spots and features a gorgeous view of Manhattan that

never gets old, however, arriving by public transit isn’t

always easy with a stroller. Travelling on the subway with

the phil&teds Smart stroller was surprisingly stress-free!

With a simple one-foot slide, this stroller easily collapses

and the child restraint bar becomes an easy to manage

carrying handle, leaving a free arm to hold a baby or

reach for your child’s hand. The small footprint of the

Smart stroller was also much appreciated by fellow commuters.

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After a busy weekend exploring

Manhattan our hands were empty and

our Smart stroller’s basket was full!

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It may not look like much, but we found this basket to be

easy to access and offered enough storage space for a

diaper bag, toys, and shopping bags.

If you are in the market for a super stylish compact

stroller, we highly recommend you check out the

phil&teds Smart Stroller available at Target!

Learn more online: www.philandteds.com


Q&A

Meet Maisonette

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Charming tree-lined Newtown Lane of East Hampton

is the shopping destination of every seaside vacationer.

Amidst the collection of designer shops,

art galleries and ice cream parlors stands Theory,

the perfect setting for the MAISONETTE MARKET.

Maisonette is the premier online baby and children’s

fashion and lifestyle destination co-founded

just earlier this year, by Vogue Magazine alums and

entrepreneurs, Sylvana Durret and Luisana Mendoza

de Roccia.

Excited to bring the online world of Maisonette to

life, the ladies hosted their first-ever pop-up shop

just last month in preparation for the back-to-school

season dubbed MAISONETTE MARKET.

We were excited to have had the opportunity to

chat with Syl and Lu, after a hectic week of translating

Maisonette’s exceptional level of service,

shopping ease and impeccable style into a brick

and motor boutique in East Hampton, about their

unique journey and successful new online empire.

Tell us a bit about yourself and what prompted

your interest in exploring the children’s fashion

market.

Syl: We met while working at Vogue. We were both

Anna Wintour’s assistants right out of college. Of

course being at Vogue, we had a love for fashion,

editorial, and storytelling and were able to learn

from the best in the business.

Lu: Our time at Vogue was invaluable. It was the

perfect training ground to learn how to work hard

and be creative. Not to mention the access and

exposure to some of the world’s most beautiful

things and experiences, which ultimately inspired

us to start Maisonette.com. We are both mothers

to three children each, so while we never worked in

childrenswear at Vogue or anywhere else, we had a

personal interest in the space.

How and why did you start Maisonette?

Syl: Luisana and I were completely frustrated by

the process of shopping for children. As working

moms, we had gotten very used to being able to

order whatever we needed for ourselves on one aggregated

online destination - whether it be clothing

or groceries! The same was not true for the children’s

market. We found we’d be up late at night

with 20 different browser windows open, one for

shoes, one for special occasion dresses, another for

basics (you get the point) and hours later, tired and

weary, we would abandon cart altogether.

Lu: The children’s market, until now, has been in-


credibly fragmented and there are endless amounts of

beautiful product out there- you just can’t find them!

We created Maisonette.com to solve this problem, and

to offer high-quality, beautiful childrenswear and home

goods at a variety of price points, all with the ease that

comes with shopping on one, curated online destination.

How do you and your creative team curate the

brands you offer on Maisonette?

Syl: In the beginning, it started off with all the brands

that Luisana and our team have loved and shopped

around the world since having kids. Since then, it’s

grown into a more systematic process where we identify

unique brands that provide a truly unique product or

service for our customers, ultimately curating the ideal

children’s wardrobe or nursery.

Lu: We also now have quite a long waiting list of brands

we would like to onboard, but we are doing this carefully

and growing with scale so we can both serve our

customers and our vendors. The response has been incredible;

we get contacted every day by brands looking

to sell on our site or even by customers who have found

brands they love and want to share with us. Being a

mother is sometimes like being in the most lovely cult;

the minute you find something that works, you want to

indoctrinate everyone into it too, and make their lives

easier!


Q&A

What makes your

online marketplace

stand out

in the industry?

Lu: It is very much

a unique model and

one that serves our

customers and vendors

equally. We are able to

provide small, independent boutiques

and brands a tech platform to connect with both existing

and potential customers; many of whom would

never have learned about their brand unless it was for

someone like us. We are proud to aggregate the best

brands and content out there and deliver it to our customers

in this way.

Syl: The drop ship model is also ideal in that we have

very little inventory risk and can bring on new brands

and stores faster, and also experiment with different

types of products. It’s a nice way to sometimes test

customer reaction, and being a tech company, we can

quickly adapt to bring the customer more of what they

want and less of what doesn’t work for them.

What is the process involved in developing your

stories? Where does your editorial inspiration come

from?

Syl: As former editors, storytelling is such an

important part of our process; it is ingrained

in who we are. We want Maisonette to not

only be a resourceful e-commerce shop, but

also a hub for inspiration for all things baby

& kids, where both new and existing moms

can visit and get tips, ideas and tricks from

those who have been doing this for several

years now.

moms, dads, cousins, aunts- so many people interact

with kids on a day to day basis, and so creating editorials

that speaks to all of them, not just parents, is exciting

for us and engaging for them.

What is your company’s mission statement or goal?

Syl: Maisonette.com’s mission is to deliver quality and

unique baby & children’s clothing, accessories and

home goods through a curated network of brands &

boutiques worldwide, coupled alongside custom content

and editorial which educates as well as inspires.

What is your favourite upcoming trend for kids this

fall?

Syl: We are seeing a lot of animal prints out there!

Which, of course, we LOVE. And the kids do too- so it’s

an added plus.

What is the perfect outfit for the fall season?

Lu: Being a mom of three girls, I’m always about an easy

dress with tights and sneakers to make it a bit more fun

and less formal.

Syl: For Henry, it’s a corduroy, button down shirt with

tee underneath (layers!) and stan smith sneaker- cool

and easy.

Discover Maisonette online: www.maisonette.com

Lu: We started off profiling some of our good

friends and it’s grown from there; we are so

lucky that we now have people contacting

us and asking to be featured. We love this-

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PLUM

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no frill, just chill


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WWW.ILOVEPLUM.COM

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photography by: Smiley Kids Photo

styling by: María Montané

hair & makeup by: Tomomi Sano

models: Emma @ Terri B + Milania @ Dynasty M&T


ADDITIONAL CREDITS INCLUDE:

SHOES BY NINA KIDS

ACCESSORIES BY TARGET & OLD NAVY


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Out with the old, in with

THE NEW


and Spotlight

by Nastasia Delmedico

The children’s fashion industry

is often inspired and led by

distinctive children’s prints,

colours, and designs that

compartmentalize childrenswear from

an adult wardrobe—but THE NEW is all

about breaking the molds. Based out of

Denmark, THE NEW is a children’s fashion

brand with a grown-up feel founded

by Chris Peterson, Louise Paprika Clemmensen,

and Camilla Sejersen.

Four times a year THE NEW creates

collections that are on-par with adult

fashion trends, mixed with the perfect

amount of charisma and playfulness that

defines a children’s brand.

“I design the collection so that you can

mix and match across the different designs.

And you can easily style it up and

down just with a few, small changes,”

says Clemmensen, the company’s Head

of Design. “From the same collection,

you can actually

create outfits

for the bold and

brave girl or boy

as well as for the

more classical

type. I take deep

pride in giving

children a relevant

and individual

choice from the

grown-up’s fashion

world,” adds

Clemmensen.


and spotlight

As for this year’s fall trends, THE NEW’s latest collection

embodies them all—dark blue hues, pops

of pink, flannels, pleaded skirts, and long, polished

jackets. Amid floral prints and stripes, the

collection also lends itself to a minimalist wardrobe,

offering sophisticated shapes and designs

that stay true to their grown-up inspiration.

Discover the THE NEW, designed for boys and

girls ages 3-14, at www.thenew.dk.

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GLAM

JOCK

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROBERTO CHAMORRO & STYLING BY JESSICA ZINDREN FOR ANYWAY REPS


LEFT TO RIGHT: ON JAKARRA: FUR COLLAR BY

IMOGA, JACKET BY ADIDAS, JUMPUIT BY SHAPES OF

THINGS, SHOES BY CONVERSE. ON LONDON: SHIRT

BY NUNUNU, SWEATSHIRT BY GARDNER AND THE

GANG, SKIRT BY MOLO, SOCKS BY STELLA MCCA-

RTNEY, SHOES BY ADIDAS. ON ALIYAH: SWEATSHIRT

BY SOMEDAY SOON, SKIRT BY MOLO, LEGGINGS BY

GARDNER AND THE GANG, SHOES BY VANS.


VISOR BY BRIXTON, JACKET BY MUMMY MOON,

SOCKS BY ZARA, SHOES BY ADIDAS.

Jackets: Bobo Choses

Glasses: CISZAK.COM

Shoes: APIA

Socks: MANY MORNINGS

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JACKET BY GARDNER AND THE GANG, SHIRT BY

SOMEDAY SOON, JEANS BY NUNUNU, SHOES BY VANS.

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SWEATBAND BY AMERICAN APPAREL,

VEST BY NUNUNU, DRESS BY MOLO,

LEGGINGS BY ADIDAS, SHOES BY PLAE.


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HAT BY ADIDIAS, SWEATSHIRT DRESS BY ZARA,

JACKET BY IMOGA, SWEATSHIRT TANK BY ACBC.


LEFT TO RIGHT: ON ALIYAH: BACKPACK BY PARKLAND,

SWEATSHIRT BY MAINIO,LEGGINGS BY APPAMAN,

SHOES BY VANS. ON LONDON: SWEATSHIRT BY

GARDNER AND THE GANG, TURTLENECK BY MAINIO,

PANTS BY NUNUNU, HAT BY MOLO, SHOES BY PLAE.


SUNGLASSES BY SONS AND DAUGHTERS, SHIRT

BY ZARA, COLLAR BY LALI, SKIRT BY MOLO,

LEGGINGS BY MOLO, SHOES BY ZARA.

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CREDITS:

Roberto Chamorro Photography

Jessica Zindren for Anyway Reps

Hair & Makeup: Zuleika Viera

Hair & Makeup Assist: Virelsa Guzman

Models: Jakarra, London & Aliyah


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photographer: Ksenia Arbuzova

style: Anna Shulmina

hair & makeup: Masha Usenko

clothing: Gulliver

Discoverers


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OLIVER

WITH A TWIST

Photography by: Fer Piña | Styling and Direction by: María Montané

Assisted by: Sofía Alvarez | Models: Sugar Kids

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PREVIOUS PAGE: HAT BY LITTLE CREATIVE

FACTORY , COAT BY BUHO.

THIS PAGE, LEFT TO RIGHT: BLACK DRESS BY

LITTLE CREATIVE FACTORY. HIGH NECK SHIRT

BY TINYCOTTONS, LINEN DRESS BY LITTLE

CREATIVE FACTORY. HAT BY LITTLE CREATIVE

FACTORY, DRESS BY BUHO.


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ON HIM: SHIRT BY BELLEROSE, JACKET BY

LITTLE CREATIVE FACTORY, PANTS BY TINY

COTTONS, SHOES BY CLOTAIRE.

ON HER: DRESS BY BELLEROSE, HAT BY LITTLE

CREATIVE FACTORY, COAT BY BUHO


SWEATER AND PANTS BY BELLEROSE


LEFT TO RIGHT: SWEATER BY BELLEROSE, SKIRT AND

SOCKS BY LITTLE CREATIVE FACTORY, SHOES BY

CLOTAIRE. SHIRT BY NECK&NECK,OVERALL BY LITTLE

CREATIVE FACTORY, SOCKS AND SHOES BY CLOTAIRE

SHIRT BY BELLEROSE, JACKET BY LITTLE CREATIVE

FACTORY, PANTS BY TINYCOTTONS, SHOES BY CLOTAIRE.

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DRESS BY BUHO, HAT BY LITTLE CREATIVE FACTORY, SOCKS BY TINYCOTTONS, SHOES BY CLOTAIRE

SHIRT AND PANTS BY TINYCOTTONS, SHOES AND SOCKS BY CLOTAIRE

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SKIRT BY FINGER IN THE NOSE, SOCKS

BY BELLEROSE, SHOES BY CLOTAIRE


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WARMER AND SKIRT: LITTLE CREATIVE FACTORY


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TOP BY BELLEROSE, PANTS BY LITTLE

CREATIVE FACTORY


Autumn In Colour

PHOTOGRAPHY AND CREATIVE DIRECTION BY CANDICE COHEN

BEAUTY BY MAYA CHANCELADE | MODELS: DARYA AND PAISLEY

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SWEATER AND BONNET BY BOBO CHOSES,

SKIRT BY THE ANIMALS OBSERVATORY, SOCKS

BY COLLEGIEN, SHOES BY YOUNG SOLES:

ITEMS AVAILABLE ON SMALLABLE.COM


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SWEATER BY THE ANIMALS OBSERVATORY, TIGHTS

BY COLLEGIEN, SHOES BY YOUNG SOLES. ITEMS

AVAILABLE ON SMALLABLE.COM


DRESS BY EMILE ET IDA

ITEMS AVAILABLE ON SMALLABLE.COM


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ON DARYA, BLOUSE BY THE ANIMALS OBSERVATORY,

OVERALLS BY EMILE ET IDA, SOCKS BY COLLEGIEN.

ON PAISLEY, SWEATER BY BOBO CHOSES, DRESS BY

THE ANIMALS OBSERVATORY, TIGHTS AND SOCKS BY

COLLEGIEN AND SHOES BY YOUNG SOLES.

ALL ITEMS AVAILABLE ON SMALLABLE.COM


ON DARYA: DRESS BY HUNDRED PIECES, TIGHTS BY

COLLEGIEN. ON PAISLEY: DRESS BY SCOTCH & SODA

ALL ITEMS AVAILABLE ON SMALLABLE.COM

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SWEATER BY BOBO CHOSES, SKIRT

BY THE ANIMALS OBSERVATORY

ITEMS AVAILABLE ON SMALLABLE.COM


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SWEATER BY EMILE ET IDA, OVERALLS BY EMILE ET IDA

ITEMS AVAILABLE ON SMALLABLE.COM


SWEATER BY BOBO CHOSES.

ITEMS AVAILABLE ON SMALLABLE.COM

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DRESS BY BOBO CHOSES.

ITEMS AVAILABLE ON SMALLABLE.COM


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Moroccan

Moment.

Photography: Olesja Mueller

Hair & Makeup: Svetlana Gagarina

Models: Bambi Management

Production: Michael Tokarev


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KIRA ROMANOVA IN ZARA KIDS JUMPSUIT,

ANNA LEVCHENKO IN ARTISAN DRESS


LAURA RAZUMOVSKAYA IN

DRESS BY RHEA COSTA


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LEFT TO RIGHT: MAIJA BOTINA IN SHORTS BY NAME IT, HENLEY BY BENETTON. DIMA TUREVSKY

IN HOODIE AND SHORTS BY LITTLE PUSHKIN. MARIAM LAHNIDA IN TOP AND SKIRT BY ACOOLA.

MILANIA POLEIAN IN TRENCH BY LITTLE PUSHKIN


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LEFT TO RIGHT: ANFISA ABAIMOVA IN SHIRT BY MORE&MORE, SKIRT BY LO.

LAURA RAZUMOVSKAYA IN SWEATSHIRT BY BILLY BANDIT AND PANTS BY LITTLE PUSHKIN


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MASHA PROZOROVA IN DRESS BY BILLIEBLUSH

ANNA LEVCHENKO IN TOP BY ZARA


MILANIA POLEIAN IN JUMPSUIT BY NEXT


COAT BY ALIOLI KIDS AT NOT ON THE HIGH STREET,

WHITE TIGHTS BY H&M

Back to

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Photography & Retouching: Amber Eggleden Styling: Laetitia Tomasso Ha


Nature

ir: Roni Chapman Makeup: Dominic Paul Model: Tilly @Kids London


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FAUX FUR GILET BY CHLOE, DRESS FROM WELL

GROUNDED COMPANY AT NOT ON THE HIGH STREET,

WHITE TIGHTS BY H&M


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EARS HEADBAND BY KARL LAGERFELD,

COAT BY WILD THINGS FUNKY LITTLE DRESS

AT NOT ON THE HIGH STREET


PARKA BY ZADIG & VOLTAIRE AND TIGHTS BY H&M

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COAT BY CHLOE, DRESS, CATS EARS AND HEADBAND BY

KARL LAGERFELD, TIGHTS BY H&M.


DRESS BY TULIP & NETTLE AT NOT ON THE HIGH STREET,

TIGHTS BY H&M


Hey

ho!

lets go

explore

the world

photography: Ellen van Bennekom @ Pim Thomassen

photography assistant: Malee Welmers

styling: Renske van der Ploeg @ House of Orange

hair & makeup: Nikkie van Hijst

special thanks to Pand Pannekoek

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ON LEFT: DRESS BY MAISON SCOTCH, SOCKS BY OILILY,

SNEAKERS BY ADIDAS

LEFT TO RIGHT: HAT BY MAISON SCOTCH, TEE BY

MAISON SCOTCH. SWEATER BY OILILY


LEFT TO RIGHT: DRESS BY IKKS, MAILLOT BY OILILY.

SWEATER AND SKIRT BY 10 DAYS SCKS COS. KNITWEAR

BY LES COYOTES DE PARIS, SKIRT BY PEPE JEANS, SOCKS

BY FALKE. DRESS BY MAISON SCOTCH, SOCKS BY OILILY.

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SCARF BY BAUM IND PFERDGARTEN,

JEANS BY WE, BOOTS BY DR MAR-

TENS. TOP BY COYOTES DE PARIS,

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ADIDAS. BLOUSE BY LES COYOTES DE

PARIS, SKIRT BY IKKS

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BY H&M. RIGHT: TRACKSUIT BY

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HILFIGER. SNEAKERS BY ADIDAS


TURTLE NECK BY TUMBLE & DRY,

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LEFT TO RIGHT: TOP BY TOMMY

HILFIGER, DRESS BY MAISON SCOTCH


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 LEFT TO RIGHT: HOODIE BY LES COYOTES DE PARIS , SOCKS BY COS. TEE BY LES

COYOTES DE PARIS, SWEATPANTS BY 10 DAYS, BLOUSE BY MAISON SCOTCH


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 SWEATER BY OILILY, JEANS BY MAISON SCOTCH


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