Some lucky girls turned into models in the morning of Saturday the 13th of July at the Westergasfabriek. The occasion was the catwalk of ST Girls, the children line by Super Trash
Launched at the end of 2011, the collection aims at making stylish clothes for future teenagers because, as owner Olcay Gulsen says, “it’s not just about the grown-ups”. ST Girls presented a through collection with pieces for any occasion, be it smart trench coats with neon coloured bias seam bindings, gold studded black rock and roll pleather jackets, classic double breasted blazers or hip distressed denim jackets. And then pleated skirts and miniskirts, long skirt with floor swiping ruffles, glossy skinny jeans, clutch bags and knits. Every piece with the same trendy, quirky and playful feel to it. That came as no surprise: Olcay was ambassador for the first ever Global Kids Fashion Week in London earlier this year and had showed before how she understands what young girls want to wear.
The catwalk ended with Dutch singers Monsif and Souhaila, who performed under a rain of silver confetti, cheered by the young models and children from the audience who took over the runway and turned it into a party.
Words: Laura Viero
Thank to hoopdoop magazine