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N21 kids fashion brand Pop-Up store in Harrods now open
N21 kids fashion brand Pop-Up store in Harrods is now open. Created and directed by Alessandro Dell’Acqua, the Italian labels kidswear pop-up store at Harrods will remain open until early October 2019 and features mini me versions of his cool adult lines. The temporary store will showcase N21 Kids FW19 collection, which is colourful, bubbly, urban and cool.
Bold prints for kids fashion from Rebel Republic for SS/20
Bold prints for kids fashion from Rebel Republic today. Launched in May 2017, this girls fashion brand is handmade in Egypt while their bold colourful fabrics are imported from all over the world. Founded by a mother and daughter, Layla and Nada Amer who explain their inspired journey below; “We always found difficulty in finding unique and eccentric clothes for our little ones, so we started buying garments ...
Sports style trends sees the return of Juicy Couture girls
Sports style trends sees the return of Juicy Couture girls with a new collection of contemporary, casual sportswear for the bold and glamorous Juicy girl, exclusive to the UK & Europe. Both Juicy Black and Juicy by Juicy Couture show a fresh take on track for the casual and glamorous Juicy girl who is back in style with the new emphasis on 80’s retro and urban street ...
Beautiful organic mom and child wear Liilu from Germany
Beautiful organic mom and child wear Liilu from Germany with a sneak peek at the FW19 collection today. Starting from baby at 1yr to children at 10 yrs plus womenswear the collection has a strong ethical stance and design signature in keeping with a neutral palette that signifies their intent. The clothing is made in Portugal using organic natural textiles to protect sensitive children’s skin.
First look at Baby Dior Fall 2019 kids fashion
First look at Baby Dior Fall 2019 today. Inspired by the tales of Monsieur Dior’s love of costume balls  the Creative Director Cordelia de Castellane designed the F/W 2019 with outfits that are both festive and comfortable, with playful details such as dice-shaped buttons, bee patches or even little cat heads embroidered on a dress. The materials are unexpected: tulle with hand- painted motifs, glossy wool, shiny neoprene ...
A new look for kids fashion online store Shan & Toad
A new look for kids fashion online store Shan & Toad. As one of the top websites for kids fashion labels Shan & Toad has been a must visit for mums with fashionista kids with a great selection of both well known kids designer names and new arrivals for a few years. The new expanded website has a cleaner graphic look and some of the coolest brands from ...
Kids fashion press shows for FW19
There’s been a few kids fashion press shows for FW19 this week in London so I thought I would add some of the shots that didn’t make it onto Instagram but are noteworthy from the ones I’ve attended. First off was Their Nibs who have changed direction and while they still have a kids fashion clothing collection they have newly expanded into kids and adult nightwear with ...
Classic sustainable kids knitwear by As We Grow
Classic sustainable kids knitwear by As We Grow is perfect for the new circular  fashion economy. This beautiful Icelandic based knitwear company has expanded from their initial sweater offering into a wider range of garments that share the classic with a modern touch aesthetic. As We Grow is one of the most authentic, sustainable and “slow fashion” kids brands to emerge in the last ...
Sustainable kids swimwear at Marks and Spencer
Sustainable kids swimwear at Marks and Spencer joins the adult sustainable swim collection for summer 2019. One of the few main big high st chains to be tackling modern concerns with an agenda to provide more vegan food options too, Marks and Spencer is looking at many ways into future retailing and adapting new initiatives. The kids swimwear is made from recycled plastic.
Figure it Out affordable kids fashion by Ulla Nyeman in Hooligans
Affordable kids fashion titled ‘Figure it Out’ in a story shot by Ulla Nyeman for Hooligans magazine newest issue today. This is a cool photographic studio shoot which twists and turns clothes into artistic shapes from the new issue of Hooligans magazine using more chain store clothing than designer labels. High St brands H&M, Zara, Uniqlo and Marks and Spencer feature in the budget ...
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