Tired of Princess Tees, Westchester Designer Created Her Own Kids Clothing Line
Originally posted on Jan. 10, 2018
Some kids aren’t made of sugar and spice and everything nice. And some of our little girls aren’t made to be princesses. That’s why Westchester designer Christina DeFrancisco of Madison Clothing designed a line for our not-so-basic kids.
If Madison Clothing rings a bell, you’ve probably seen their sassy designs at madisonclothingny.com.
Or you’ve read the article below about DeFrancisco on Westchester Woman:
West Harrison Fashion Designer on Starting Her Own Clothing Company – Westchester Woman
Westchester woman Christina DeFrancisco loves fashion and was always up on the latest trends. However, she eventually found that the things on store racks didn’t cut it. She had designs of her own that she wanted to create. The West Harrison resident started Madison Clothing two years ago, “hit the ground running” and hasn’t looked back.
Madison Clothing originated as a line for women and men and now sells designs for children.?Mad Kids is a new line of trendy kids streetwear fashion that offers many of the mini versions of Madison Clothing’s popular products.
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Mad Kids comes in children, toddler and infant sizes and has a variety of fun graphic clothing for the young trendy fashion forward child.?DeFrancisco said she decided to expand her line after her cousin had her first child.
“The inspiration for MAD kids was when my cousin Ariana had her first child. The adorable Summer Lily and face for MAD kids,”?DeFrancisco tells?Westchester Woman.
“I was asked numerous times to start a kids line and I would joke and say not until I have my own. With my new little cousin, I was constantly shopping for and shocked at some of the clothes and tired of the same princess tees. Last summer I sat down with Ariana and said here is my idea, as a mom would you buy this? And I went from there. Not only do I look to Ariana for mom opinions, I let summer pick out samples. She has to wear her pink SLAY shirt once a week.”