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New kids knitwear brand Sunna Studios
New kids knitwear brand Sunna Studios is based in New Zealand and founded by sisters Elise and Brooke to be a sustainable children’s wear label. They recently launched a capsule collection of loungewear; high comfort basics, made ethically with certified organic cotton yarn in sizes 1-7 years. These are fully fashioned knits, designed and made with sustainability in mind.
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 ...
As We Grow sustainable kids knitwear from Iceland
As We Grow is a sustainable kids knitwear brand from Iceland. Its roots lie with the charming story of a woollen sweater knitted in Reykjavik, which has enjoyed life as a ‘travelling heirloom’. For over a decade this garment has been passed on from boy to girl; loved, worn, lost and found again, temporarily finding a home in Amsterdam and acquiring a shared history in the wardrobe ...
Cabbages & Kings winter kids knits fall 2016
Cabbages & Kings winter kids knits preview for fall 2016 today and a little look at their cute new knitted bags in brilliant colours. This season the label has a funkier vibe with tufted and bobble decorated knitwear alongside chunky cabled neckwear scarves, leg and arm warmers. Colours are either monochrome and grey tones or very bright with vivid neon touches.
Cool Gudrun & Gudrun kids knitwear for fall 2015
Soft and beautiful pictures for the very tactile Gudrun & Gudrun kids knitwear for fall/winter 2015. Gudrun & Gudrun is a knitwear company specialised in hand-knit for adults and children. The company was founded by two Faroese women and the creative process of design is very closely linked to the isolation of the place. “It’s good to come to Europe for input and inspiration, but it’s crucial to come back home ...
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