Archive: Videos

AKid x MiniMode Kicks Launch at Babesta!

Screen Shot 2015-10-06 at 3.57.07 PMWe had a blast celebrating the AKid x MiniMode launch of a fab new sneaker replete with cool emoji patches in poppy yellow and soft blue. So many friends there – from style wunderkid London Scout and mom Sai to editors of Vogue, In Style, Downtown Mom, Passported (formally Feather & Flip) and more. The Phhhoto booth was a bit of fun – capturing quick gifs for Instagram of the crowd – kid & adult alike – having a blast with the awesome new kicks from one of our absolutely favorite shoe brands, Akid!


Akid_people enjoying party



Unplugged, a must-see fashion vid & youth anthem

We love these cool kids “living off the grid” in NYC being creative and being themselves . . Babesta presents its latest project celebrating kids, fashion & creativity – this time a fashionable poem. The video was inspired by Patti Smith, The Real World, Divergent, The Hunger Games and Lord of the Flies, some of the quintessential kid-growing-up pop culture musts!  The rock star fashion is culled from Babesta’s Fall Winter 2014 collection, including indie faves Rowdy Sprout, Munster Kids, Nununu, Omamimini, La Miniatura, Mini Rodini and more. These kids definitely embody the Babesta spirit!

Ready to shop Unplugged for your own little rock star? Check out some of our uber cool rock star kids fashions here.

Videography by Katrina Tang; Art Direction & Words by Jennifer Cattaui, Styling by Babesta, Hair & Makeup by Nicole Jay; Video Editing by Randel Pomber; Music by Karel Otstavel; Video Assistant Jorgen Paabu, Production Aslan Cattaui. Unplugged is the original companion video of the F/W 14 Babesta Beat.

Watch more Babesta fashion videos on Babestatube!

Soccer Clone Wars

We’re gripped with World Cup fever here at Babesta! Excited for the matches to begin!

Thought this was an awesome video made for Nike – it’s a movie I would actually pay to see but alas, it’s an ad. Definitely worth a watch with the kids or without!


Musical Subway Turnstiles? We’re all for ‘em!

I’m an avid subway rider – it’s the easiest way to get around this city (and I don’t totally understand the bus system). When I read in NY Mag about one intrepid creative’s  (none other than LCD Soundstystem’s former frontman, James Murphy) concept of adding some music to the turnstile, I got excited. I remember seeing the piano stairs in the past and other such concepts, and love the idea of bringing a little fun and something unexpected to a rote ride uptown. Like wind chimes for people…Come on MTA, lighten up & let the music play! Read about James Murphy & the musical subway in NY Mag.