The Italian Il Gufo took us to a space trip this year. On the catwalk, acarpet of light flying among the planets of the solar system, while little models carried small planets in their hands.

For girls, the metallized was the highlight. This season is definitely to shine! The tulle also appears bringing a romantic air to the looks. And the embroidery gives a sophisticated air to the look.

When it comes to comfort, the bets are are more lightweight fabrics and loose-fitting clothes. The tones are mostly neutral like gray, black, pink and white.

For boys,  different  shades of red, jeans, green and plaid. For those who prefer sophisticated productions, we love the green blazer with stripes! As for those who like a more stripped down look, the combination blazer + fun t-shirt +  black pants is a beauty.

Notice that the color red always appears for them. Some times as predominant color, sometimes as just a detail.

Another important thing to stay tuned are the shoes, which are very interesting both for boys and for girls.

Let’s see the collection?

*You can find Il Gufo’s clothes at Childrensalon.

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