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Sep. 20, 18 | 11:39 am

Kids of OFWs based here in the UAE aren’t only technologically adept, they are now in-the-know with the latest fashion trends. Despite their young age, they are already showing how fashionable they are on what they wear, with the guidance of their parents. Here are a few of those kids who are out to make it big in the youth fashion scene in the UAE.


Name: Marcus Lance N. Magbanua
Age: 9
Parent: Roxane Negrillo
Fashion Style: Since he is a big boy now, Marcus has an influence on what he wants to wear. He likes something that looks smart casual, not too kiddy. Marcus’ mom normally buys clothes for her son from Marks & Spencer, Ralph Lauren, Sacoor, Armani, Burberry and Kiabi.


Name: Noor Mohamed Lari
Age: 7
Parent: Mary Jane Alvero Al Mahdi
Fashion Style:
Noor loves to express her feelings through her clothing and accessories extended to dressing up her doll like her. Fashionista Noor loves to wear dresses and designer shoes from Fendi, Monalisa, Burberry, Juicy Couture, Elisabetta Franchi, Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana, Marks and Spencer and Roberto Cavalli.


Name: Liam Kaleo B. Cortes
Age: 5
Parents: Consul General Paul Cortes and Yasmin Cortes
Fashion Style: Liam’s fashion style is sporty and adventurous yet casual. His style embodies his playfulness and incredible energy as seen through his unstoppable love for running, jumping, and rolling. He loves wide open spaces that allow him to explore the world around him yet with a hint of formality as he and his family are often seen in community events and gatherings.


Name: Raina Daquipil
Age: 5
Parents: Consul Rowena and Roldan Daquipil
Fashion Style: Raina’s parents don’t subscribe to a particular fashion style for their daughter but comfort and appropriateness are always important elements to consider. Also, Raina chooses most of her clothes already when they are shopping. She always prefers sneakers over sandals, for example.


Name: Kailah Dominique C. Yee Concepcion
Age: 9
Parents: Engr. Vinzor and Mrs. Sherry Anne Yee Concepcion
Fashion Style: Kailah wears trendy and fun but age-appropriate clothes. Her style is something that reflects her personality and boosts her self-confidence.


Name: Sofia Moushly
Age: 5
Parent: Anna Villaruz
Fashion Style: Sofia’s mom, Anna, chose bold and fun colors. She normally buys dresses and ballerina shoes that matches her daughter’s dresses. Sofia’s shoes are always coordinated with her dress so it looks spontaneous and elegant. Anna think dresses are very comfortable for kids, especially for Sofia, and it gives them a sense of character and mood.


Name: Princess Jaybel Maniego
Age: 4
Parents: Maribel and Jay Maniego
Fashion Style: True to her name, Princess Jaybel loves dressing up as a princess. Her parents make sure that her dresses and outfits stay comfortable for her.

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