EVENTS | Playtime New York

Finishing up this week’s New York trade show circuit, the Children’s Team stopped by Playtime New York on earlier this week.

Aug 09, 2012
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Stylesight Playtime NY Finishing up this week’s New York trade show circuit, the Children’s Team stopped by Playtime New York earlier this week. Filled with their trademark bright colors and directional brands, we’ve pulled some of the S/S 13 trends spotted at the show. Neon accents popped up on pockets and footwear while more demure, worn-in styles paired cozy gingham with jersey patches. Bandana prints were spotted at the show along with remixed ikat patterns. Keep an eye out for our report on stand-out brands and be sure to take a sneak peek at the images here.

Stylesight Playtime NY

  1. Eyespy Baby
  2. Suoak
  3. Noch
  4. Chat Mechant
  5. Bensimon
  6. Bobo Choses
  7. Nico Nico
  8. Boy + Girl

EVENTS | Playtime New York
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