by MIKE CHAIKEN
Philadelphia designer Kelsey Kawamoto’s childrenswear is not the typical gear you get from the big box retailers.
The designer’s work reflects back to a time when children dressed prim and proper and the goal was to provide them clean lines and provide them with a look that was age appropriate.
Looking at her pieces from last March’s Charleston Fashion Week, memories of Natalie Wood in “The Miracle on 42nd Street” come to mind. The custom clothing clearly is not designed for romping on the playground. But they would be great for visits with the relatives on special occasions or even a visit to your chosen house of worship.
For more information about Kelsey Kawamoto, go to her website Check out Kelsey’s work or contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
PHOTOS by MIKE CHAIKEN