Five years after warming up Harrods shoppers with his signature collection of furs and ready-to-wear, Dennis Basso has taken on a third location within the London department store, this time for his first assortment for girls.
Building off the success he has seen in his two designated areas in the retailer’s designer section and its international shop, Basso unveiled dresses and fur items for more pint-sized shoppers. First brought into Harrods by Marigay McKee in 2009, the designer has cultivated a loyal following among the store’s clientele. Although McKee has since moved on to Saks Fifth Avenue, Harrods executives encouraged Basso to delve into children’s wear.
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