EVENTS | Little Barcelona

From February 5-6, Barcelona’s Plaça dels Àngels was home to Little Barcelona.


Little BarcelonaFrom February 5-6, Barcelona’s Plaça dels Àngels was home to the first-ever Little Barcelona trade show. Going beyond solely childrenswear, Little Barcelona is an innovative trade show filled with accessories, furniture, decorations and gifts. Seemingly channeling an overall Peter Pan and his band of Lost Boys theme, layering items were key. Teal popped up among multiple designers, appearing to be the breakout color of the show. Among the brands shown were Bobo Choses, Koeka and Trumpette. The next show will be held on July 15-16.

The designers shown above (in no particular order):

  1. Visual Poetry Barcelona
  2. Nadadelazos
  3. ilovegorgeous
  4. Be Lucky
  5. Le Toit de la Lune
  6. Violeta e Federico
  7. Nice Things
  8. Buho
  9. Moodstreet

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