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Trade Shows

Playtime Paris, 17th edition coming soon

January 6, 2015
Playtime Paris, 17th edition

Time to book the plane and train tickets for Playtime Paris, due on January 31 to February 2 at Parc Floral de Paris. The show will welcome 440  international brands around children’s fashion/decor and maternity. Here’s a quick preview of this 17th edition, the largest since the creation of the show in 2006. Continue Reading

Trade Shows

12 days before Playtime Paris

June 23, 2014

Children’s trade shows Playtime Paris is preparing its 16th edition under the theme Luna Park.  The doors will open Saturday July 5, allowing professional visitors to discover 400 brands, 4 trend spaces, installations, animations and more. A major rendez-vous for buyers and designers from all over the world.

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Trade Shows

What’s up Playtime?

January 6, 2014

Lots of exciting things going on for Playtime, the most creative and dynamic children’s trade shows in Paris, New York and Tokyo : PlayWithDesign is back in Paris – Playologie, a virtual trade show and fantastic B2B tool is in preparation (launching in June 2014) – Playtime Tokyo celebrates its 10th edition. Continue Reading

Parent & Child interviews

Anais Juliette D’Haene, 6 y old – New York, USA

October 25, 2012

Anais is a typical 6 year old girl who dreams to be a princess, plays piano, loves being in the pictures,  loves playing with her friends. One of her favorite activity is hip hop dance and she also enjoys helping her mother Jane with kid clothing design. “It is my passion and dream to design children’s clothes.  I design for my children” says Jane D’Haene, designer and owner of children’s clothing Anais & I Continue Reading

Parent & Child interviews

Flynn, 3 years and half – Denver CO, USA

March 29, 2011

Flynn (aka Q, short for her Chinese name) is a daredevil and tomboy who would sooner go around like Mowgli of the Jungle than ever wear a stitch of clothing, so it’s ironic that she is best known in the blogosphere for her “style”. Maia Chavez Larkin, the mother comments : “I attribute this to the fact that her tastes are not swayed by traditional girlie-style, and also to her massive quantities of charisma and natural beauty. Continue Reading