Vancouver’s Redfish Kids launches bright & bold Spring 2016 Collection
Children’s fashion inspired by Pop Art icons Jackson Pollock, Sol Lewitt, Yves Klein & Andy Warhol
Drawing from the incredible talent of artists from the Pop Art and Abstract Expressionism movements, as well as the bold, simple prints that children love to create and parents cherish, Redfish Kids Clothing is excited to unveil its Spring 2016 collection.
With influence from the 2016 spring fashion previews on the catwalks of New York, Hong Kong, London and Paris, colour reigns with the addition of stripes, colour blocking, monochromatic prints and layering. New patterns and favourite silhouettes invoke the free spirit and creative vibrancy that little artists can enjoy and wear with ease, comfort and fun.
Assertively stylish with a focus on durability, Redfish Kids is one of the country’s leading children’s clothing brands, designed and made in Vancouver, BC, using organic cottons and fabrics sourced from around the world.
Favourites from the 2016 Spring Collection, available online and in store on February 16th include:
Bold, Bright & Brave
LeWitt Dolce Dress – $128: Inspired by Solomon “Sol” LeWitt, the American artist linked to various movements, including conceptual art and minimalism. The graphic colour blocked print is evocative of his works, featuring a contemporary print paired with a classic silhouette.
Mandarin Swing Dress – Mod, Hot Pink Damask – $84: Perfect for layering with leggings or on its own for warmer days, the Mandarin Swing Dress features a sleeveless, A-line silhouette in a collection of eye-catching shades and patterns.
Too Cool for School
Chroma Hoodie – $46: Kids can have fun with colour-blocking too, with their distinctive Chroma Hoodie. Made of organic bamboo jersey, this piece will become a staple in your little one’s spring closet.
Jackson Denim Rolled Boater – $54: Made from 100% cotton denim – these are made to grow with your child. Simply keep rolling them down as they grow! Large front pockets are a hit for boys and girls alike.
Baby Kimono Onesie – Colourful Clouds, Magenta Mosaic and Teal Tiles – $48: A Redfish classic, the Baby Kimono grows up with three lively new patterns. With snap closures and a tie feature, this super stylish piece is full of practicality too.
Baby Lang Legging, Long Sleeve and Carraway Bunting Bag – white / coral monkeys – $74: The “Year of the Monkey” zodiac promises mischief, adventure and fun – celebrate in style with this soft organic cotton set.
Visit the store or www.redfishkids.com to view the full Spring 2016 collection, alongside a number of curated brands handpicked by the Redfish Kids team – including Mini Moc, Baggu, Oeuf NYC, Gunner & Lux, Love Me Baby and Etiquette Clothiers.
Redfish Kids Clothing’s flagship Canadian store is located in Vancouver at 851 Hornby Street (T: 604-685-7339) and is open 10am to 6pm Monday to Saturday and 12noon to 5pm on Sundays.
About Redfish Kids Clothing
Locally made in Vancouver, Canada and 100% sweatshop free, Redfish Kids Clothing was co-founded by Lorraine Kitsos and Kristy Brinkley. Born of a desire to create clothing with “heart”, Redfish Kids Clothing is committed to quality materials, handpicked from around the world, to local craftsmanship and zero in-house waste. Redfish Kid’s “Clothing for the Courageous” motto reflects the brand’s commitment to children and serves as a celebration of their courage, creativity and unlimited potential to shape the future. Designs are versatile and durable; allowing freedom of movement for fun and play.