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Playtime Paris 17th Edition

At the end of this month, we are looking forward to attending Playtime Paris, the international children’s and maternity trade show to discover 440 brands and their up and coming collections and products. The 17th edition of Playtime speaks for itself as it has become one of the most well known and successful salons for brands and buyers from all around the world. We cannot wait to visit brands that we are faithful fans of including Macarons, Mini Rodini, Wolf & Rita, Oeuf NYC, 10 ISBlune… as well as discovering new brands.

Playtime Paris will be held at the Parc Floral de Paris from January 31st through February 2nd. For those attending the salon, all practical information can be found on the website here.

This year’s theme is “Comme il a grandi !” or “Oh How He’s Grown!”  Playtime will be organized into 3 sections:

Orange Carpet: Baby gear, decor, and design – Raspberry Carpet: Baby & Children’s Fashion – Blue Carpet: Maternity

Some highlights of Playtime that we always look forward to seeing are the trend spaces (this year’s theme is Parlor Games) with a mix of fashion and accessories selected from exhibitors on display; the PlayWithDesign area featuring 10 designer’s prototypes made of  hand-woven wicker (these products are often produced for sale afterwards!); and the crea.tif space that offers meetings with talented  illustrators and graphic designers.

For some fun inspiration, you can download the free wallpaper/screensavers and also check out the brands that will be exposing at the salon.

Although Playtime Paris is only open to professionals, we will be attending each day to bring to you LIVE our precious finds! Stay connected with us on InstagramFacebook, and Twitter to see what’s happening.

We look forward to sharing the upcoming trends for next winter with you very soon!

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