The Spanish brand, Dadati, a consolidated brand in Spanish childrenswear market with over a decade of experience, is coming back, as every year, to FIMI.
On this occasion, the brand has designed a very special collection, the most innovative so far, highlighting the unique prints in its designs and keeping, at the same time, the quality of the garments.
The design team has prepared a collection that aims to surprise all attendees this year at the most outstanding children’s fashion fair in Spain. For this season, the brand has found its inspiration in the latest market trends, adapting its designs to the most current fashion trends, always keeping in mind how to conserve its romantic and sophisticated spirit.
The season is filled with looks that perform a ranged chromatic mosaic, which, together with the introduction of new fabrics, brings an incredible richness to the collection as a whole.
As usual, the brand will present its complete collection by dividing it into “families” or mini collections. The Dadati team affirm that it is very important for them to continue maintaining this way of representing the collection: “our firm was born to dress in harmony all the children of one family, this is our greatest insight as a brand and we are determined to keep on doing it in order to thank all the families that believe in our savoir faire and trust us to dress their children”.
Once more, we will be able to Dadati’s poposal from January 24 to 26 in the 89 edition of FIMI that will take place this in Valencia (Spain).
DADATI is a consolidated Spanish childrenswear brand for babies and children from 0 months to 12 years. The design of the firm is distinguished by its elegance and romanticism in styles and colours. Dadati was born in 2010 with the aim of dressing gently each of the family’s children with care through 100% versatile and comfortable clothes, offering parents a simple proposal to dress their children, without forgetting the trends, the care of the details or the comfort of the pieces. Dadati grows every day and is currently present in 29 countries: Argelia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Lebanon, Malta, Mexico, Morocco, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, USA