We’re crazy about overalls this season! The fun throwback look gets a cool touch from designers like British standouts Tootsa MacGinty and Ruff & Huddle. Retro-fresh!
Are you ready for Pranksy?
Videographer: Katrina Tang Style Director: Michel Onofrio Story: Jennifer Cattaui Video Editing: Randel Pomber Hair & Makeup: Laura Castellano
We loved the idea of taking Banksy’s old skool and replacing with our new skool (which is an awesome San Fran based brand, btw!). We borrowed this super cool BoomCase in lieu of the classic boom box (refashioned from a vintage suit case), and a Fresco loft high chair in lieu of the metal stool.And of course, instead of the luggage, we wheeled in Bugaboo’s newest ride, the Classic Cameleon 3, which we promptly tagged. Photographer: Katrina Tang Style Director: Michel Onofrio Hair & Makeup: Laura Castellano
Adding “The Musical” adds drama to any ol’ graffiti. Pranksy & the Playground Mob is coming soon . . .
Project Runway winner and designer behind kids’ fashion line La Miniatura, Jeffrey Sebelia dishes about his über cool kids’ line.
“First question (it’s on all of our minds!): Given that you and Heidi Klum both have kids’ lines, what are the chances of an upcoming Project Runway Kids show?” He shakes his head and laughs. “She’ll have to really step up her game before that happens.” That’s Jeffrey —the bad boy instigator who had us glued to Project Runway (Season 3) and most recently, Project Runway All Stars.
“What would be fun,” he continues, “is if the kids worked with professional seamstresses, and you could tap into their minds for design, but a seamstress sewed the garments.”
Now on his fifth season in kids’ fashion, Sebelia admits that it surprised him how much he connected with childrenswear. “As a designer, of course I love womenswear. I also love menswear and making things that I like for myself,” he says. Although initially rebuffing the idea of childrenswear, he found he was compelled by the challenge of it. “I love creating something that’s both exciting and appropriate, elevated without being too sophisticated.”
This gorgeous girl was brave enough to take on one of the most provocative shots, that made a great ending to the shoot (and beginning to whatever happens next). We blended two of our favorite iconic Banksy images, the finger-in-the-nose Statue of Liberty and ”Laugh now, but someday we’ll be in charge”, something ever true about our toddler models.
We couldn’t resist this one, what with our Vilac Keith Haring pull toy.
Photographer: Katrina Tang Style Director: Michel Onofrio Hair & Makeup: Laura Castellano