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Social Summit: Aspiring child models at Young Colors in Breckenridge

Summit Daily staff report
Photos courtesy of Willey Middleton of Gold Strike Communications
From left, Sophie Mazur of Breckenridge wears next summer’s Fourth of July 'Stars and Stripes' handkerchief shirt; Hannah Grace Campbell of Colorado Springs and Breckenridge shows off her 'Squiggle' yoga waist skirt with Bolero in rose pink; Merrick Neerhof of Breckenridge poses wearing the “Purple Maze” skirt, with purple bolero. All three girls are wearing ruffled sun hats adorned with a variety of bows and clips.
Courtesy of Willey Middleton of Gold Strike Communications |

In late August, Robert and Donna Prescott, owners of Young Colors, chose their store in Breckenridge as the location for a spring fashion photo shoot. The company does not use professional models; rather, it uses the concept “Real Kids Real Colorado,” in the natural setting of the store, aspen trees and historic downtown Breckenridge.

“The photo shoot featured two of our brands for spring 2015,” Robert Prescott said. “Donna’s designs featured the resort collection Silly Sarongs and the newest brand for tweens called Colors — all to be in store next year.”

Seventeen years ago, the Prescotts backpacked Southeast Asia and found the art process of batik and hand crochet to use as a basis for their children’s brand. The fun and colorful designs are found in the Victorian yellow house at 226 S. Main St. in Breckenridge, across from Starbucks and Bubba Gumps and next to Ruby Jane’s.

For more information on Young Colors, visit youngcolors.com.


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