Maximo Hamilton

photographed by
makup and Hair by Tokiko Inoue J   styled by NAZ MEKNAT
wardrobe provided by T.O. Collection


It was easy to see the level of diligence written across the young actor’s face as well as his ability to simultaneously maintain a certain level of silliness and seriousness. This is a trait that August most likely carries with him onto the set of his current project, the hit Disney-channel series “Girl Meets World”.

August worked on a variety of shows including the likes of “Weeds”, “Bones”, and much more. The adorable, curly-haired boy can also be found in other shows as a minor role and many commercials. It is obvious that upon meeting him that his bubbly nature is portrayed just as well in real life as on the screen. The team was extremely excited to have August grace the pages of Posh Magazine. This talented kid is certainly going places- and he knows it!

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by MICHAEL CREAGH creative director STELLA ROMAN styled by SOPHIA BONNY
makeup up by Nicole Rez  hair by Darlene Juhasz Retoucher Doctor Raw

Walking on sweet, I had expected to see a bubbly young Disney channel kid excited to get all dressed up. What I found was quite the opposite, not that she was not excited or happy, but Jenna Ortega held a certain maturity about her. She sat in the makeup chair, legs crossed and held perfectly still as the hair stylist made small talk. I greeted mom, Natalie first who smiled and returned my Thank You for being here. I turned and said Hello to Jenna and she immediately perked up with a big smile and said Hi. I asked how she liked New York so far and she replied “I love it! So excited to be here!”

We spoke a bit more before sending her off to wardrobe but I’ll leave all that good stuff for later. After dressing she came out ready to rock her shoot. The once quiet girl, who sat in the makeup chair seeming to be thinking over her next big move to take the industry by storm, completely came out of her shell surprising us all! We sat amazed that every pose and subtle change in stance gave the perfect shot. Fitting is my story to actual life as mom says “She is made for this”. She truly is! The whole team could tell she was more comfortable in front of the camera than anything else. The moment the camera laid lens on her was a match made in Posh heaven.

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YPI is a Spanish brand, born in the mountains of Castellón. They design and manufacture casual/basic clothes and accessories for kids and babies. They focus on design, as well as on fabric and manufacturing processes so they are consistent with their philosophy and their duty to take care of our environment.

The cotton-made brand for kids, expands its baby collection for this summer. Giving life to their fun "Spaghetti" & "Doodle" collection prints, with new designs for the little ones. 

This spring-summer 18, functional, soft colors and comfortable designs are taking over their pieces, such as: skirts, tops & dresses.







Inspired by contemporary modern trends and lifestyles, Adam and Louisa have taken to the stage and are combining couture with playful children’s wear. Based in the UK, this European brand is fashion-forward thinking and designs children’s clothes that are modern and high-end couture, while ensuring that each piece is made with high-quality fabrics and recyclable materials.

The creative director behind Adam and Louisa, B. Aranguiz, has designed the new AW18 collection, Polychromatic. She has over ten years of experience working in the fashion industry, and it shows as she designed sleek and sophisticated clothing that was inspired by the mix and matching of colors. There’s also the Capsule collection, which includes Camo sets that are bold and stand out among the dark prints of the other pieces, representing the contemporary, modern designs of the brand.

Adam and Louisa have also announced their SS19 collection, which they say will focus on more couture designs. The collection will include limited edition designs and utilize draped details and differing fabrics.

Adam and Louisa’s unique approach to children’s clothing truly turns their fashion into modern art.

You can check them out here:





We already know and love Carter's for their baby and toddler clothing but did you know that they have increased their sizes? Carter's now cover sizes 4-14, which includes over 700 cool kids sizes. The Carter's new collection includes active, layering, mix+match, everyday easy, and graphic tees.

“We designed the line thinking about what kids love to do...encouraging them to embrace their individuality and to have fun putting together their own style. We kept in mind that comfort is key and quality is important to mom,” said Maureen Flaherty, Senior Vice President of Design.

“Our team also loved creating styles that coordinate back to our
baby and toddler line to make family matching super easy.”

To shop these great looks, visit your nearest Carter's store or shop online at

Here are some of the looks from Carter's Kids Collection: