We’re counting down to Playtime Paris, a trade show for all things in children’s and maternity design. I bet you can’t wait either to find out what will be the most stylish children’s and maternity wear look next winter?

The 19th showcase with a “Marvelous!” theme will feature the most talented leading and emerging designers from across the globe. They’ll bring their cutting-edge ideas in fashion, baby gear, homewares and gifts to Paris from January 24-26, 2016.

LOVE kidswear

Playtime Paris welcomes debutantes such as LOVE kidswear (above) with simple designs for trendy children. La Petite Collection, which offers practical unisex babywear and French boutique Marlot Paris will also join Playtime Paris for the first time to present its gorgeous new collection. We can’t wait!

Other newbies to the show are pyjama and casual wear designer Petidoux and the well known brand Herschel (below) , showcasing its backpacks for the first time.


Joining them as a show newcomer will be Polish brand Miszko Maszko (below) with its collection of unique graphics and bold colours. (We have featured them when we just started the blog here)

mizsko mazsko

Playtime Paris visitors will get a look at iconic maternity fashion house Seraphine’s new babywear line of Scottish tartans, made in memory of Princess Diana.

Seraphine France

Another great brand to look out for is One We Like’s new collection of original prints and Oh!Soleil (below) will be back with its new collection, a recall to the retro style, but at the same time urban and cosmopolitan.

ohsoleil - Playtime Paris January 2016

Playtime Paris organisers have predicted trends including luxurious fabrics such as velvet, silk and knits. For children and mums-to-be alike, they expect to see cozy, enveloping fashion with a dreamy edge.

The colour palette will range from icy blues to milky whites and beiges, with a hint of metallic and plant or floral notes. Feel free to visit Playtime Paris’ website here to read more about upcoming trends.

Of course we’ll be visting so stay tuned!

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