Tue, Oct 15|
Little Sprouts Play Cafe
theMINIclassy Pop-Up Shop
Milwaukee-based Kidswear Brand theMINIclassy at Sprout Play Cafe! Funky, fashionable AND functional is the name of the game with theMINIclassy – their products are designed with style, comfort and fit in mind and are literally kid-tested and approved by their own children and thousands of others.
Time & Location
Oct 15, 2019, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Little Sprouts Play Cafe, 4606 North Wilson Drive, Shorewood, WI, USA
About the Event
Funky, fashionable AND functional is the name of the game with theMINIclassy – their products are designed with style, comfort and fit in mind and are literally kid-tested and approved by their own children and thousands of others. Their apparel is also structured for durability and longevity, and as many can attest, theMINIclassy products outlast many other brands. Many of their garments are OEKO-TEX certified, meaning no harmful chemicals were used during the fabric making process – so you can be sure your lil ones are wearing some of the safest stuff out there!
theMINIclassy first made a name for themselves in 2013 with their signature style “The Original Dino” harem, a baggy style pant, tapered at the ankle with fabric spikes on the sides. Since then, designers both big & small have “borrowed’ the idea and the addition of the “dino spike” has become a huge trend worldwide. They have been featured in numerous national publications including The Huffington Post, People & OK Magazines and have even been featured on The Today Show. They’ve also been known for outfitting the children of celebrities/influencers like Kourtney Kardashian, Beyoncé & Jay Z, Trent Reznor (Nine Inch Nails), Heidi Montage & Spencer Pratt, Fergie, Future, Tori Spelling and several more.
The brand will be featured at Milwaukee Fashion Week’s Gala as an up-and-coming designer, where they showcased 12 looks on the runway from their SS20 collection.
Come meet the designers, shop pieces from their coolest collections and see what the buzz is all about.
Play admissions are only $6 during this pop-up event.