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Ethical conscious kids fashion from Cosmosophie
Ethical conscious kids fashion from new brand Cosmosophie from Spain today. Cosmosophie has a sustainable approach with slow fashion in mind, using quality materials and working closely with the manufacture of their collection to ensure fair payment to workers. The clothes carry a certain nostalgic note, a subtle throwback to the frocks our grandmothers used to wear, to the care and attention they put in each detail and every ...
Sustainability and kids fashion in Copenhagen CIFF Youth
Sustainability and kids fashion in Copenhagen at the CIFF Youth kids trade fair last week are a natural pairing. There’s always been a sense with Scandinavia of a less frantic consumerism, the interior design world here reflects that with Danish homes featuring designer led pieces that are carefully considered before purchase. The Nordic countries were also some of the pioneers in the use of certified organic cotton and new technology for outerwear, ...
Kids sustainable fashion by Little Creative Factory fall 2018
Kids sustainable fashion by Little Creative Factory for fall 2018 with their always beautiful photographic stylised shoots. Based on the idea of a limitless horizon in an ever changing empty landscape, the new kids fashion collection from Little Creative Factory uses vegetable dyes to reflect the colours of the coast with deep blue, sand, rusty red and charcoal. Stripes, checks and a text print add pattern with ...
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 ...
Cute baby hats inspired by the ‘Tiger Caps’ of China by International Wardrobe
This is a real find, International Wardrobe is an amazing store in Berlin that imports from Indochina and Romania all manner of clothing and textiles for adults, kids and babies. I adore these new shots of babies in ethnic hats inspired by the legendary  “Tiger Caps” of China by photographer Olaf Blecker.
Gudrun and Gudrun show brilliant kids versions of classic ‘The Killing’ TV series sweater for winter 2013.
Gudrun and Gudrun are the suppliers of the famous Sarah Lund sweater from the Danish TV series The Killing and they have also been producing kids versions of their adult styles for some time now under the label Ovitar. The new winter season sees a new collection of these classic children’s sweaters made using undyed and untreated wool from the Faroe Islands which is naturally very ...
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