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MADE Kids Launches as the First Street-Inspired Brand for Children

MADE Kids, the first major street-inspired brand to launch exclusively for children has grown by leaps and bounds since debuting less than a year ago. Since their inauguration, MADE Kids has continued to pick up steam by recently introducing its brand-new collection to the public. This past July, MADE Kids took honors as the first-and-only children’s brand to ever showcase at an Agenda Streetwear Trade Show event. Founder Andrew Guzman described the line as such: “This collection represents the vision of myself and Pedro Tuma on creating an unmistakable style for kids with supreme quality. To me, there’s really no other line like it.” Serving to literally pass the torch of streetwear onto the next generation, the brand not only presents greater choices for parents looking to outfit their kids but as a sign of the current status enjoyed by streetwear and street culture. The newest MADE Kids collection is currently available at select retail outlets and online through the brand website.

Date: Nov 26, 2013  /  Views: 6670  /  Author: Nate Bodansky
Category: Style  /  Tags: Streetwear, Made kids