Children's fashion show day at Gran Canaria Swim Week by Moda Cálida 20202020-10-24
In 1984, Daniel Flachaire, his wife Véronique and Bernard Donati crossed paths with Nat Maori, a young stylist living in the United States. From this meeting, Banana Moon was born. This collaboration immediately defined the Californian tone of the brand, which became an international success. The brand has evolved over the years in its multi-vitamin universe, combining European expertise with the Californian way of life.
2. BELLE & REBEL
The Belle&Rebel brand, exclusively at El Corte Inglés, presents a collection designed for the youngest girls, from 8 to 16 years old, where they play with colours, prints and shapes, following the fashion and trends of the moment, to give them their own unique style.
FR.SWIMWEAR was born in September 2018. Making my designs by orders and made to measure during all this time; and later in July 2020 I made a small production of children's designs where I have participated in the sale at the summer fair of the Fedac and in my workshop to my clients as well as several commissions for different networks of facebook and instagram.
4. B WITH B
BconB is a brand sold exclusively at El Corte Inglés. Specialising in swimwear, it offers very complete collections that include swimwear, fashion, footwear and accessories. It covers a wide range of styles and prints, always taking in the latest trends, with the best finishes and the best quality fabrics. In addition, with its collections it is possible to coordinate the youngest members of the family from 0 to 16 years old.
5. KOKÚ KIDS
KÅŒKU, Spanish children's fashion brand specialising in swimwear. We take care of all the processes of the creation of the products, from the design of the prints to the selection of the fabrics. Impregnated under one DNA: pro eco, pro family, pro fun, pro animals, pro design, pro all with love. ECOLOGICAL YARN, GREEN ENERGY, ECOLOGICAL PRINTING, ZERO KILOMETRE, QUICK DRYING, UV 50+ PROTECTION.
6. DOLORES CORTÉS
Dolores Cortés is the continuation of a family tradition of more than sixty years in the design and manufacture of women's swimwear. In the 1980s, Dolores Font Cortés began designing swimwear collections. The models were produced in her own workshop, adopting the name Dolores Cortés as the signature of her creations, in homage to her mother. Thus began a new stage, with the aim of assimilating the concept of fashion to the technical demands of the product, creating innovative collections in which the swimming costume is a trendy product, as well as a swimsuit.
Cosas de MOn Swimwear was born between Spain and Colombia in 2015, created by María Olivo, its designer. Maria's inspiration comes from her imagination and memories, the Mediterranean summers and the fine sand of the beaches of Cadiz, the colour of Mexico, the joy of Colombia, the palm trees of the Caribbean and the waters of the tropics. "It is the colour of the places where I have lived, which I still enjoy and which continue to make me dream". Our production process enhances its commitment to sustainability, the environment. The manufacturing process of the fabrics is improved with water recycling techniques for less consumption and the textile production is led by the hands of women heads of household.
LadyBug'S Cris was born in Gran Canaria in 2011, to cover a need in the children's fashion sector: avant-garde swimwear, and at the same time, satisfy the expectations of the most demanding buyers. "We are committed to design in both patterns and fabrics, always respecting the comfort of the child" say its designers Cristina González-Roca and Juan Alberto Rodriguez-Tenorio. They have been running their Dress & Learn project for 10 years now.