Italy is a family country, as we all know, and your children will be embraced and tolerated in this country as nowhere else.
While Florence is a parent paradise known for its magnificent art and architecture, this Renaissance city offers engaging activities for children of all ages. From gardens galore to bustling piazzas, there’s no shortage of places for families to play together.
Emily Kornya, our in house children’s fashion photographer went to Florence the other week to attend the trade show Pitti Bimbo 83 and even though she was busy running from one catwalk show to the next, she found time to meet up with the bricks and mortar shop Coccole Bimbi (they sell online as well) and some her friends for a play date to capture some true Italian children playing.
The (online) shop Coccole Bimbi offers a great range of baby and children’s clothes, shoes, accessories and much more for children aged 0-16. The selection ranges from the most prestigious designers, which represent the inheritance to small brands that are becoming more popular creating new trends with particular attention focused on environmental impact.
Feel free to visit Coccole Bimbi here.
Eva Luuna for Coccole Bimbi wearing a shirt by An Italian Theory, shorts by Ralph Lauren.
Andrea wears a shirt by Opening Ceremony, shorts by Stella McCartney.
Davide has sunglasses by Kyme, an outfit by Marcelo Burlon Kids of Milan.
Léa wears a dress by MSGM.
Eva Luuna wears a shirt by An Italian Theory, shorts by Ralph Lauren.
Amelia for wearing a shirt by MSGM and skirt by Bobo Choses.
Andrea & Davide for Coccole Bimbi
Andrea for Coccole Bimbi wearing sunglasses by Kyme and a shirt by Opening Ceremony.
Amelia wears a shirt by MSGM, skirt by Bobo Choses.
Alessio wears Stella McCartney.
Photography by Emily Kornya for Coccole Bimbi. Emily is a children’s fashion photographer who works throughout Europe. She has recently moved back to Europe after completed her undergraduate degree in English Literature, Russian Literature in translation and South Slavic Studies at The University of Toronto.