Redfish Kids Clothing has announced the opening of it’s first flagship store at 851 Hornby Street in downtown Vancouver. Redfish Kids Clothing, which was founded in 2005 has previously only been available online and in select boutiques worldwide.
Quickly gaining popularity, the playful and versatile line has engaged an almost cult-like following of loyal supporters and even had a starring role in Hollywood when its signature black and white ‘Swing Dress’ was featured in the 2010 hit movie Eat Pray Love. More recently leading lady Salma Hayek and beautiful daughter Valentina were snapped in Venice with Valentina looking lovely in a pretty pink Redfish ‘Butterfly Dress’.
Redfish Kids designer and co-founder Lorraine Kitsos says, “Our designs are inspired by the street fashions of cities like Hong Kong, Paris, Tokyo and Milan,” adding “the strong patterns, expressive colours and crisp architectural lines are easily layered and worn together to encourage a sense of individuality and playfulness.”
About Redfish Kids Clothing:
Locally made in Vancouver, Canada and 100% sweatshop free, Redfish Kids Clothing was co-founded by Lorraine Kitsos and Kristy Brinkley. Born of a desire to create clothing with “heart” Redfish Kids Clothing is committed to quality materials, handpicked from around the world, to local craftsmanship and zero in-house waste. Redfish Kid’s “Clothing for the Courageous” motto reflects the brand’s commitment to children; and serves as a celebration of their courage, creativity and unlimited potential to shape the future. Designs are versatile and durable; allowing freedom of movement for fun and play. Redfish Kids Clothing’s first Canadian store is located in Vancouver at 851 Hornby Street, T: 604-685-7339 and is open 10am to 6pm Monday to Saturday and 12-5 on Sundays. Redfish Kids Clothing can also be found online at www.redfishkidsclothing.com as well as through select international retailers. Twitter @Redfishkids and on Facebook.com/redfishkidsclothing.