It is not just Paris where fashion is happening, and it’s not just adults who can be trendy and stylish. Koka Baby Design has recently launched its brand new collection, which is already highly successful in Bratislava and Budapest.
I am now happy to introduce the collection to you all, dears, as well! Please welcome Annamaria Kiss Kosa‘s creation, full of pastels and flowers, lace and silk ribbons. This new collection fuses the latest trends in colour and texture, while making sure that it’s comfortable wear for the little ones, giving them joy and plenty of play while being elegant for any occasion. It is essential for the designer that each piece reflects the kids world and that they can relate to what they wear.
The lookbook was styled by Eszter Mirtusz Bakos and photographed by the Blueberry Baby Style & Foto team. As Annamaria says, her biggest reward is that the kids actually love and enjoy the collection.
I’ve been familiar with Koka Fashion for a while now, first knew Annamaria’s haute couture pieces – and as it turns out, originally she is a costume designer. What a multifaceted and creative woman! You can read more about her in some previous post here and here, and also have a look at some fab women wearing her design here.
Below is a sneak peek into her latest kid design, for more information and online shopping visit her shop at www.kokafashion.com
Photo: Foor Gábor; Creative director/ Styling: Eszter Mirtusz Bakos; Make up: Erdei Réka; Hair: Balogh Lilla és Zsigmond Ramóna; Mini modells: Dani,Alexandra,Ruben,Lili,Kitti; Design: Koka Baby Design
And last, but not least, here is my ultimate favourite, the quirky textile doll range. Even though it is not part of the above collection, I adore all of them, and wanted to share these cute monsters.
2 thoughts on “KOKA BABY DESIGN S/S 14”
This is a great idea. The outfits and the photos are lovely. However a question just popped in my mind. Im not an expert just a curious girl 😀 Seen as kids growing too fast some items wont last too long before they grow out of it. Do you know how is the designer dealing with it? Especially in Budapest where money is a great issue for many families.
Honestly, I don’t know. The prices are not that expensive, giving that these are quality designer pieces. I think there are many more expensive less quality cloth on the market for kids. I think the good old fashioned “inheriting within the family” applies here 🙂