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Dapper Lil’ Gents x CreativeSoul Photo

Teach your son that appearance does matter and is a reflection of his inner self. He never gets a second chance to make a first impression. So, he should always be well groomed and dressed appropriately for the occasion. How he interacts with the people around him is what makes him suave and truly a dapper lil’ gentleman.

With all of the crazy images of boys and young men, CreativeSoul Photography simply wanted to showcase little gentlemen dressed up nicely.  Here are some of our favorite images from their shoot in NYC.

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ABOVE:  Appaman Suit, Brooks Brothers bow tie and button down, Gap belt, J. Crew Shoes

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ABOVE:  Brooks Brothers button down and tie, Hackett blazer/overcoat, Appaman pant, J. Crew shoes

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ABOVE:  Hat – stylist own, Brooks Brothers turtleneck, J. Crew blazer, Paul Stewart lapel pin, Gucci belt, Zara pant, Frye boots

ABOVE:  Zara button down, Brooks Brothers strip sweater, Appaman blazer and pants, J. Crew shoes

ABOVE:  Appaman suit, Brooks Brothers button down, Brooks Brothers tie, Brooks Brothers v-neck sweater, J. Crew shoes


Photo:  CreativeSoul Photo
Assistant Photographer:  AJ Robinson
Styling: Latoya Charae


Sade in the City

“A girl should not dream about New York City. They should be in New York City.”

Her dreams are BIG and she never gave up!  Model, Sade Kimora Young, @sadekimorayoung, had a chance to see herself on the BIG screen — the Jumbotron in Times Square NYC.  She is the face of Mattel Barbie’s campaign.  How cool is that?

So, our kid model friends she is a inspiration to you!  If you CAN dream it, you CAN do it — New York, the city of dreams.  Check out photos from her shoot in NYC with CreativeSoul Photography.

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Photography:  CreativeSoul Photography | Styling: Kiki Tillman @stillsize2 | Clothing: Pale Cloud @palecloudgirls | Assistant: @aj_thephotographer95

msgm kids ss15

MSGM, an Italian designer label, launched it’s kid collection in AW14.  The collection is for boys and girls aged 2 to 12 years.  We just love everything about the SS15 collection with graphics, featuring lip prints, the capital ‘M’ logo, patch badges, camouflage prints and more.  Creative Director, Massimo Giorgetti, says: “MSGM Kids will be a cool and open-minded collection. A Kids’ collection which will break the patterns.”

Check out photos from the SS15 collection.

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Copyright photos by Adriano Russo for MSGM | Retouched by Digital Area | Styled by Viviana Volpicella | Hair by Loris Rocchi

stella mccartney kids SS15

Jump on the Stella McCartney Kids bandwagon with their playful summer 2015 collection. Light pieces of daytime denim, striped and cartoon motifs mingle with 3-D underwater-themed swimwear. Cool kids just get cooler!


Stella McCartney Kids focuses on fun, modern and playful styles for boys and girls ranging from newborn to 14 years. The kids’ collections reflect  Stella McCartney’s signature modern aesthetic and ethical values, focusing on, as Stella puts it, “basic pieces that are comfortable and that address a child’s needs, without sacrificing the fun and carefree elements.  Below are some of our favorite pieces from the new SS15 collection.



Why was it important for you to create a kids line?
I’ve wanted to do kids since I’ve had children and probably even a little before. I felt there was a gap in the market and thought that with kids wear it needs to be accessible and realistic on the price points, but still have a timelessness and quality.

How do you best describe a Stella McCartney Kid?
I think the Stella McCartney kids have their own sense of themselves. I think it’s important that they’re free and full of energy and life.

Where do you get your inspiration?
I am inspired by various different things. I look at my upbringing and memories as a child and incorporate that to some of the pieces. I also look at the work we are doing for the ready-to-wear collection and try to translate some elements into the kids range that would make sense.  And of course most of all, I am inspired by kids themselves and try to sometimes get them involved in the process.

What do you believe is important when designing for kids?
For me, it’s important to have timeless, good quality pieces that will last forever and can be passed down to future generations.

Tell us about the pieces for Meat Free Monday?
We’ve designed pieces in the collection to help raise awareness of Meat Free Monday, an initiative I launched with my father and sister in 2009. MFM is something anyone can do; it’s a small effort with a huge impact.
For more information about the Meat Free Monday initiative please visit

What are key pieces kids should have in their wardrobe?
Pieces that you can layer well and that don’t bulk up, so that they can move freely, run, jump, roll around and essentially be kids. You also need pieces that allow them to have their own personality; pieces that they themselves are drawn to while still maintaining quality and avoiding being too overly designed and overworked.

Tell us a bit more about your inspiration for the collection.
For me, the main thing is that the collection is inspired by kids and  by parents and what you need out of the wardrobe. So it really is about trying to balance those two things. On the kid’s side, it’s a really alive collection, full of life and energy. All the themes and individual stories are whimsical and have attitude. It’s really playful.

What are the key features of the collection for you?
For girls it’s a little bit tom-boyish; not too cute and not too perfect and is bold and full of colour which I think is really important with kid’s clothes. For the boys it can be quite smart and a little bit more dressy. There are also pieces that come very much from the ready to wear collection, shrinking down some of the very iconic Stella pieces like the appliqué bows and chunky knitwear.

The collection has a lovely dress up attitude to it. I think kids want to feel like they can have a bit of fun when they are wearing clothes and I try to embrace that.

All photos by Stella McCartney Kids – all rights reserved