Oh, Papier Mache! One of those children’s lifestyle magazines that you leaf through with wonder! Fabulously styled by Deborah Sfez and photographed by Melanie Rodriguez the latest issue brings you Saint Valentine editorial! So much red and flowers by Amy Humphreys @Flowerjugs!
Find Paademode silk apron dress and seamless leggings featured in the photoshoot.
Papier Mache magazine available in press stands worldwide.
Want to know more about PaadeMode the brand? How it came to be an what inspires us? Have a look in the latest issue of the Danish magazine Enfants Terribles Magazine ! Their Little Lable Love asked us questions and we gave our insight!
This latest education issue is a fantastic read mixed with most amazing photography!
There is just something about Wes Anderson. Something that a lot of people like and are drawn to.
1st photo: boy wearing our seamless cardigan Teal.
2nd photo: girl wearing our silk apron Rowanberry.
Milk Magazine latest issue is available on news stands across the world!
PaadeMode FW16 collection, in stores now, is offering a Bolded look on children’s fashion.
Milk Fashion Design Award winner in 2015, the collection keeps it natural and warm for those colder months of the year, offering a play of textures and patterns while livening it up with bright pops of colour. Tender touches are added by play of embroidery, cooler tones and clean silhouettes.
A well deserved break for the Paade team and a report of our 6th Playtime Paris exhibit!
Paade Mode successfully presented its 7th collection for SS16 Vantage Point and capsule collection Bindemane for PaadeMode TEEN in collaboration with blogger, stylist and artist Santa Bindemane.
PaadeMode Presented a selection of their AW15/16 collection “Bolded” and capsule collection “Bndemane for PaadeMode” at Riga Fashion Mood’s organised event “Modes Manifestācija”.
[:en]”I am so excited to reveal my first kids fashion collaboration collection for Paade Mode FW15 presented in Paris this weekend during Kid Shows. It has been a crazy process, started from scratch in my drawing pad, proceeding with specially designed scarfs inspired by American Etiquette master Amy Vanderbilt (early 50s). With this collection, my idea was to build a wardrobe for a young girl…city girl, who has an attitude of a little lady, still remaining uber stylish yet classical. As I am a great fan of mixing feminine garments with pieces of men’s wardrobe…it can be seen also here – girly tuxedo, a suit with cuffed trousers, shirts, boyfriend jeans…”