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Why Madison Color understands children

Why Madison Color understands children
Madison Color

Madison Color, the world’s first clothing brand to integrate Braille, created by Mason Ewing, is not only recognized for its innovative character but also for its commitment to the well-being of children. As its creator has often emphasized in numerous interviews, Baby Madison aims to become the best friend of children, and this vision is reflected in the many testimonials from young fans wearing the brand. This June, Toombow Kids shares with you touching anecdotes in this regard and explores scientific research on the impact of clothing on children’s development.

Kaouta is a 15-year-old French-Moroccan teenager living in France, who daily defies obstacles. Suffering from microcephaly and multiple disabilities, she expresses her emotions intensely, often has crises, screams loudly, and in those moments, it is very difficult to calm her down. She is very selective about the games and activities she engages in. However, there is one source of comfort and entertainment that never changes in her life: her Madison Color t-shirts. Since she was little, Kaouta has loved them, considering them her favorites. She wears them, touches them, plays with them like a stuffed animal, smiles, and laughs while looking at Baby Madison. The baby logo seems to have a calming effect on her, as if it has always been watching over her. There are many similar testimonials from parents who say their children love Madison Color t-shirts. For young Isma R., who is a junior ambassador for the Madison Color brand, it is the same. She has known the brand since she was little, and she also got her first t-shirt as a child, which has accompanied her to now, adolescence. Now, she pays homage by being an ambassador for Madison Color, walking the runway for the brand all over the world. Simsim, an 11-year-old boy living in France, says he feels “handsome” when he wears a Baby Madison t-shirt to school, and many other children feel similarly. Many say that in Baby Madison’s large almond-shaped blue eyes there is a lot of love and that it is a baby that touches hearts. When people walk down the street wearing a Madison Color t-shirt, many passersby stop them and ask about the origin of these clothes. Both children and parents find them cute, and at the same time, they are intrigued by the Braille on the t-shirts. So, where does this almost hypnotic effect of the brand come from?

Recent university research highlights the importance of clothing in children’s emotional and social development. For example, in her study titled “Fashion and Wellbeing: How Clothes Can Make a Difference” conducted in 2019, Gillian Wilson, a research teacher at Harvard University, shows the link between clothing and children’s body image. According to her findings, children who wear comfortable and aesthetic clothing tend to have better self-esteem and a more positive body image. She emphasizes the importance for children to feel comfortable in their clothes, an aspect that Madison Color strives to prioritize in its creations. Similarly, the 2020 study “Child Development and Personal Choice: The Role of Clothing” conducted by Megan Fulcher and Erin Coyle explores the role of clothing in the development of children’s autonomy. They conclude that allowing children to choose their own clothes fosters their sense of independence and control over their lives, thereby boosting their self-confidence. The clothing collection with Braille encourages this personal expression through its collections, which include numerous designs featuring Baby Madison in various activities or sports, thus offering children the freedom to choose what they like and what suits them best.

Thus, Madison Color goes beyond the simple boundaries of fashion by offering children a sense of belonging and comfort, proving that it understands and responds to children’s emotional needs. With particular attention to quality, comfort, and style, Madison Color appears as a brand to closely watch for parents concerned about their children’s well-being.