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LOOKS from Gingersnaps’ current collection

Homegrown kids’ fashion brand marks 20th year

LOOKS from Gingersnaps’ current collection

Gingersnaps, the leading maternity and children’s wear in the Philippines, marked its 20th anniversary recently with a fashion show at the SMX Convention Center, SM Aura Premier.


Forty-five kids who embody the Gingersnaps spirit showcased the modern and unique looks of the brand, in a show hosted by Daphne Oseña-Paez.

FORTY FIVE kids modeled at the anniversary show.


As part of the event, Gingersnaps also introduced its 10 new faces from the Gingersnaps model search that received 3,000 entries online. They were Ananda Sadhwani, David Young, Emilia Ramirez, Jacob Hyatt, Jolijn Van Etten, Jean Santos, Maiko Bo, Llewellyn Casino, Ystelle Gaboriault and Nicholas Almendral.


Jerry Uy, president of Gingersnaps, and wife Sabrina Uy, founder and creative director, were present to welcome their retail partners, as well as some of their franchisees from overseas.


From its humble beginnings as a corner in a department store back in 1993, Gingersnaps is now one of the largest clothing retail brands for children spreading international flair and elegant style to over 77 boutiques worldwide. Gingersnaps continues to create positive images of family, ethnic diversity and creative style.

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