PS From Aeropostale, Aeropostale’s kid’s line for hip and cool kids ages 4-14 years of age, is now open at the 2nd floor of UP Town Center in Katipunan.
Last November 22, the brand was launched via a fun, family fair at the Atrium of UP Town Center. A carnival set-up and a kids’ fair vibe welcomed me as I set foot in the event.
I loved the family crowd and the upbeat music provided by the DJ’s at the event. I was amazed that even the DJ’s are composed of kids! Meet DJ duo D+Cash!
Fun Activities During The Event
There were some really fun activities that families can enjoy during the event.
Mommies and kids can design their own canvas tote bag with rubber stampers and different colors.
I was really happy to make one for Ykaie (real name: Purple) who wasn’t with me at the event. I thought she’d really love to make one for herself.
I saw a Homecourt Hoops basketball game being enjoyed by older kids.
Artists drew different kinds of cartoons at the Wall Art, then let the kids doodle their own works of art after. I tried to doodle some of my own too!
A Kids’ Fair wouldn’t be complete without food booths. There was hotdogs, ice creams and nachos — all my favorite! I got myself a scoop of Strawberry ice Cream and a bucket of Nachos to snack on while chatting with other mommies.
Aside from the booths, there were some finger food and pink lemonades being handed out by waiters roving around. The finger food were awesome and I found out later that it was catered by Bizu, one of my favorite restaurants.
There were bite size cupcakes, burgers, bacon-wrapped scallop (if I’m not mistaken), pretzels, churros, mozzarella sticks, and puff pastry with bleu cheese. I’m sure the baby inside my tummy was really satisfied with all those food I was eating!
On the Runway
To start the ball rolling, a raffle was held at the start of the show and one lucky person got to win ₱5,000 worth of gift certificates from Aerospostale. After that the runway show followed. Kids and young adults strut their stuff wearing PS from Aeropostale clothing.
The finale was these two adorable boys showing their “moves”. They WOWed the crowd and got a lot of applause. I was impressed too!
Congratulations for a successful launch PS From Aerospostale and Aeropostale!
Even though it rained on the event and you never got to show How To Train Your Dragon 2, it was still a fun, lively afternoon!
After the launch, mommy Levy and I visited Aeropostale. They were offering 30% off that day and we checked to see if we can buy something for our kids.
Now that Ykaie’s is growing up, she wants to choose her own clothes. I guess I’ll just have to take her with me when I go back there.
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