Italy is a family country, as we all know, and your children will be embraced and tolerated as nowhere else.
We sent Emily Kornya, our in house children’s fashion photographer, to Italy to capture some true Italian children playing as we love play dates! Her destination, Trastevere! While Rome entices with its extraordinary monuments, Trastevere, one of its many distinct neighborhoods, captures the traveler’s heart.
Often described as Bohemian, homes bedecked with flower boxes and clinging ivy intertwine with coffee bars, child friendly restaurants, and one-of-a-kind boutiques. Buildings in terracotta, maize, and wine cast a glow, like a daylong sunset. From the cobblestone streets to the overhanging laundry lines, senses are pleasantly awakened with every step.
Perfect to meet up for a play date and to give you an impression of what Italian children wear.
A personal note – As charming as Trastevere is, the winding streets can be a bit confusing. A detailed map may be included in your travel book, but if not, is well worth spending another few euros to save time and limit frustration.
Have you been to Italy? Do you like Italian’s Kids Fashion?!
The twins Augusto and Ettore are both dressed in Ralph Lauren sweaters and wear Fay Junior shirts underneath.
Having fun… Belt Gucci.
Jenny is ready to play on the Piazza di S. Maria in her new outfit by Maison De Eleonora Grimaldi.
Want to organise a ‘Les enfants a Paris’ play date in your city? And have it captured by Emily? Don’t hesitate to contact us for for more information. Feel free to use the contact form on the blog or send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org
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All photographs taken in Paris by the talented children’s fashion photographer Emily Kornya.
Originally from Toronto Canada, Emily just began a new journey, one that took her to live in Paris, France for a year. Still only 21 and completing an undergraduate degree in English Literature, Russian Literature, and South Slavic Studies, Emily has huge talents, and not only in the photographic field.