Author(s): Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni
Founded in Paris in 1975, Bonpoint creates children's clothes that embody Parisian elegance, excellence and the playful spirit of childhood. Under artistic director Christine Innamarato, teams of expert stylists, designers, cutters, patternmakers and graders cut and measure cottons, canvases and woolens and create Bonpoint's iconic A-line dresses, embroidered shirts, "grandpa" vests, Liberty bloomers, and more. Behind-the-scenes photographs reveal unsurpassed quality, perfect proportions, and perfect finishing--true high fashion for babies, children, and teens. Bonpoint attracts customers such as Michelle Obama, Beyonce, Kate Moss and Jane Birkin, whose children have all worn the brand. In this book, a random stroll through Bonpoint's offerings and boutiques, as well as a look at the creative imagination of Christine Innamorato at work in her sketchbooks, shows that children's clothing can truly be high fashion.
Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni is a British fashion journalist who has collaborated with many designers. She worked at Chanel for many years. Her books include Loulou de la Falaise and Dior Glamour.