Luxury children’s wear label Mischka Aoki turned little Blue Ivy into a Disney princess for the MTV Video Music Awards 2016 that was held at Madison Square Garden, New York on Sunday. The luxe designer is Winnie and the brand is named after her first daughter Mischka.
The high-end couture collection for children has been inspired by Winnie’s 8-year-old daughter. The Indonesia-born designer who is based in Australia could not find clothes fit for her daughter when she looked for luxury and style elements together.
She then started designing dresses for her daughter, and then launched her own label in September 2009. She showcased her debut collection at Perth Fashion Week that got an overwhelming response.
In a short span of seven years, Winnie’s brand Mischka Aoki has become an internationally renowned luxe children’s wear brand. The designer is known for her craftsmanship, attention to details, and perfection.
Winnie is the founder and president of Mischka Aoki. The designer who met her husband in Australia is involved both in the creative and business aspects of her label.
According to her official website, Winnie’s designs are a work of art they have a “timeless luxury and elegance in design and exceptional craftsmanship.” She makes the designs from the finest of material.
Winnie also offers personalized services for her Mischka Aoki dresses. Her clients can opt to personalize a dress with initial or names with 24-carat gold thread embroidery.
Meanwhile, Blue Ivy wore one such dress to the MTV VMA 2016. Her champagne-hued Mischka Aoki dress featured tulle and satin.
The dramatic dress featured a fitted embossed top with lots of floral flourishes like an intricate 3D gold metallic appliqué. The skirt had layers and layers of tulle that billowed behind her in a little train, and was in a high-low style.
The couture dress also known as ‘Grand Royalle’ came with a hefty price tag though — $10,950, Daily Mail reports. Mischka Aoki is a favorite designer of Beyonce’s mine-me. She wore a black skirt by the designer at the CDFA Fashion Awards in June priced at $820, Page Six reports.
The four-year-old paired her dress with matching Giuseppe Zanotti blush high top ‘Dolly’ trainers, Telegraph UK reports. It featured crystal-studded straps and cost 240 pounds ($314). Blue Ivy accessorized with a diamond tiara by Lorraine Schwartz that was placed on top of her head while her hair was styled into two long plaits.