Miami, FL, June 08, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Fresh and original children's clothing line to be featured.
Keith Amari clothing designs announced today that it will participate in the Atlanta International Fashion Week July 13-18, 2010. Several items from the innovative clothing line will be shown and promoted to other international designers, buyers, celebrities and the press also attending the event.
Keith Amari is a distinctively trendsetting clothing line that expresses a unique urban preppy and sassy chic attitude for "today's emergent and fashion-conscious child." The Keith Amari style touts a distinctive experience with an element of panache and a bit of edge and flair to its design that is "beyond ordinary."
The Keith Amari clothing line was launched by Neva Grow Up, Inc. of Miami, FL in 2010 following a five-year period of development. The concept was to make available unique options to its young and sophisticated clientele, primarily aged newborn to thirteen, who "didn't really have many alternatives to the redundant 'fashions' thus far available," says Renea L. Moss, president and founder of the company.
Striving for originality, the key components to the Keith Amari concept are based on creating uniquely smart fashions for children with a twist; encouraging an individual chic and sassy style with bold and vibrant color while utilizing eco-friendly manufacturing practices. A second fashion line was created for girls, Keith Amari Sweethearts, which promotes the same sense of distinct appeal.
The Keith Amari fashion presence, although just introduced in 2010, is already well-appreciated. The line has previously been featured at the Set It Off 10th Annual Fashion Show in Orlando, Florida and will also be present at the 2010 Emmy Award Secret Room Gifting Suite.
"We are truly excited to present the Keith Amari clothing designs to the world at this event," said Moss. "The Keith Amari clothing line sets the mood for the youth of today. At the Atlanta International Fashion Week we will be able to promote our innovative perspective to potential prospects who are sure to be partial to our unique approach to fashion for kids."