Day 2 of LAFW was quite the experience. While Day 1 featured a lot of confusion due to my inexperience, I was fully able to enjoy Day 2 due to being on top of my game and knowing how to navigate the event. The day’s shows were even more diverse than the day before, starting with a children’s designer from Australia: Rose Cottage
The fabrics and styles made me think of mid century British children’s fashion thats updated to fit today’s aesthetic. Its not to say that it’s outdated, the cuts were a breath of fresh air to a very vintage and nostalgic style. It made me think of the timelessness of Winnie the Pooh. The fabrics ranged in thickness and volume and were super sweet and innocent without the stuffiness of some kid’s fashion. The collection, while looking quite beautiful, is also very durable. I can imagine kids being able to run around and playing in the outfits without the parents having to worry about them ruining the pieces. The tricky thing about kid’s fashion is also considering that it’s also for KIDS and they’re meant to be played in.