Who said pink is just for girls? When the boys of Le Petit Mariette make their appearance on the catwalks of the fashion shows in Gran Canaria, they always impress us with their creative styles. Their clever use of pastel colors in eye-catching designs prove that even boys can look great in pink!
Le Petit Mariette is the ultimate in French fashion. Say Au Revoir to boring and say Bonjour to beautiful. Why not pamper boys with trendy fashion at lepetitmariette.com.
Banana Moon’s designs are a fusion of European expertise and the California beach lifestyle. From tropical floral prints to bright solids, you’ll find a small but colorful selection for any beach boy who desires to look hip and trendy in the Summer. Discover more at bananamoon.com.
The boys of MiMenina were handsomely adorned with straw hats and dangling shells and fish as they walked down the runway at the 2016 Gran Canaria Swimwear Fashion Week last June. The colors of turquoise, coral, and blue provided a tropical ambiance that set the tone for the occasion. MiMenina’s new swimwear collection is inspired by the Caribbean and combines all the colors of the seas for a uniquely tropical look.
MiMenina is designed especially for kids up to 16 years old. They craft their styles and manufacture them in Las Palmas, the capital of Gran Canaria and one of Spain’s Canary Islands. Find out more at mimenina.com.
Dolores Cortes has a colorful blend of swimwear for boys that was introduced at the 2016 Swimwear Fashion Week in June hosted by Gran Canaria Moda Calida. Most of the boy models were wearing a trunk cut, a popular choice among European youth fashionistas. Even the longer swim shorts still have a shorter cut in comparison to board shorts. They are more loose fitting for boys with that preference. You can learn more at dolorescortesonline.com.
In the world of the Amazon, you’ll find an amazing ecosystem of macaws, parrots, fish, and reptiles. These boys are showcasing a range of swim shorts that celebrate nature with a blend of colors that convey the magic of the rainforest. It was a project by the designer Lilium Fonts, called Aguas Azules (translated as Blue Waters), at the Gran Canaria Swimwear Fashion Show in June 2016.