LAHORE: Kidswear brand Hopscotch is proud to announce the launch of its even more stylish and colorful Winter Collection 2014, designed to keep your kids warm as the weather turns colder.
The acclaimed couturier Kamiar Rokni lent his expertise in creating dynamic looks and styling the unique photo-shoot for the brand’s Winter Collection, says a press release issued on Thursday.
Building on their philosophy of childhood wonder and discovery, Hopscotch’s new Winter Collection 2014 explores dinosaurs, space, art and carnivals this winter and complements these fun themes with joyful colors, classic solids, stripes and tweeds.
The collection features a full array of winter wear including toasty sweaters, fur lined jackets, adorable scarves and gloves, and stylish shoes. Hopscotch offers clothes that are functional yet fashionable – adorned with appliques, sequins and bold graphics, with a vision to provide trendy yet comfortable wardrobe for your little ones. The apparel has been accompanied with fun accessories like glitter shoes and over-sized hair bands can be layered with basics to give that final touch to your little one’s fashion statement.
“This winter our themes are dinosaurs, carnivals, art and vehicles, to layer with these, we have classic winter staples – stripes, tweed, corduroys, warm sweaters and stylish jackets. It’s a fun and vibrant collection. At Hopscotch we seek to set new standards in how kidswear is designed, produced and ultimately retailed in Pakistan and internationally,” Hopscotch co-founders Harris Syed and Romana Abdullah said speaking about the new Winter Collection 2014.
“Hopscotch is creating a diverse range of well-produced clothing and collaborating with them to style children’s clothes was a novel opportunity for me. My mission was to create an international cool look fit for hopscotch and flex some creative muscle in the process. It’s always good to try something new and it’s fun to collaborate with friends,” Kamiar Rokni said speaking about collaborating with Hopscotch for the upcoming photoshoot campaign “Wondrous Winter”.