From March 21 to 23 Via Vigevano 41 in Milan is hosting Kids Factory: three days dedicated to children. Brave Art Factory opens its doors to families: Mom and Dad are dedicated to shopping while children age 3 and up can participate in workshops. Face Painting: Friday 21 from 5 to 7 pm. Saturday 22 at 11.30 and at 6 pm a cake design lab, at 4.30 pm violin concerto Mirkovic method. At 11 am on Sunday 23, English Playgroup, with cooking workshop at 4 pm and at 5.30 a gardening class, “Build your own fairy tale garden”.
The player brands are all emergent, they propose clothes and accessories, but also jewellery, swimwear, shoes and design items.
Here they are:
Babidetta – stylish and comfortable shoes for every occasion
Bea Barthes – fine clothes for little dreamers
BeA Legami Preziosi – personalized jewelry for the most important bonds
Compagnia delle Fate – fairy babysitter service
Domitilla Baldeschi – floral arrangements inspired by the shapes and colors of nature
Duepuntispazio – accessories and decorative pieces of handmade Italian design
Fiabesca – dream dresses
Yellowsound – music, art and foreign languages in Milan
Individuals – colorful and fun swimwear
Inke – cheerful wallpaper signed by Dutch designer Inke Heiland
Matilde de Carli – young fashion designer who creates clothes with a touch of originality
Momsontherun – travel for families
Quickparty – organizing parties all made in Italy
Tattyoo – non-permanent tattoos for kids and adults, made by young talents and established artists
Tatikids – the children’s hairdresser in Milan
Tonki – a creative, eco-friendly idea for your photos
Quis Quis, luxurious children’s fashion by Stefano Cavalleri, will be present as well. Vogue Bambini is partner of the event together with Mammamia Kids, the first monthly freepress magazine for those with children in Milan, and Chupa Chups, a lollipop that will be distributed to all children on this occasion.
Friday, March 21 from 4 to 8 pm
Saturday, March 22 and Sunday 23, from 11 am to 8 pm
BraveArt Factory: Via Vigevano 41, buzzer 36 – Milan
Admission and workshops are free