Massimo Dutti Kids Launches in Singapore

Massimo Dutti Launches Boys & Girls Collection in Singapore 20 August 2011

20 August 2011, Singapore – Massimo Dutti picked Singapore as the first country in Asia to launch the Boys & Girls collection targeting those aged 2 to 14.  The range will be available exclusively at the 10,000 square feet Liat Towers flagship boutique at Orchard Road.

Massimo Dutti Kids Section at Liat Tower Flagship Store in Singapore

A new section has been set aside for the young ones.  This Autumn/Winter, you can expect rich colours of red, intense marine blue, bottle green and camel combined with leathers in a whisky colour and reversible.   The “college” spirit is reasserted with polos with patches, Scottish plaids, polka dots, pin point fabrics, wools, cottons and cashmere.   The price of the collection ranges from S$29.90 (t-shirt) to S$390.00 (leather jacket).

Massimo Dutti Kids Section in Singapore August 2011

This evening, there was also a fashion show featuring the boys and girls collection as well as the Men’s and women’s Autumn/Winter 2011 Collection.

Guests were invited and they brought their kids with them where there were games and activities to keep the guests occupied.

The event culminated with a fashion show and the little boys and girls were just adorable and so cute.  Thinking back, I cannot help but start wondering if the adult models were that cute when they were kids too.  The full set of photos from the fashion show can be viewed here.


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