We are obsessed with the latest space trends - they are out of this world!
Being major fans of Mini Rodini we are super excited to see they have just opened a London Flagship store in Notting Hill. We love seeing independent brands grow! Get yourself down their to see their new kids collection!
Mini Rodini, 237 Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill
London W11 2SE
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Kid + Kind always bring the playful quality to fashion. This fun, gender neutral brand uses lovely mark making techniques from stamped shapes to line drawings printed on 100% organic cotton. Their fresh colour combos mixed with their simple prints create unique items for kids who like to play!
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Stella McCartney has taken a unique spin on her newest collection and we totally love it!
Using a vibrant primary colour trend and merging a mash up of modern music and jungle prints, this playful collection definitely stands out from the crowd.
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Back at the beginning of July we visited Playtime Paris, which is a great trade show full of amazing kids and baby brands. Here are a few of our favourites...
Bravelings started life as a tights company for boys and have since grown to cover girls and other accessories too. We particularly loved their new range of girls tights with quirky, playful designs.
Amsterdam-based Donsje (Dutch for "fluffy") had the most gorgeous collection of children's shoes and accessories. Our favourites were their little lion booties and matching purse. They also won the Milk magazine X Playtime award for shoes - great work guys!
And last but not least, our absolute favourites Hugo loves Tiki who are so on trend with their gorgeous fruit print. Bold and simple, their prints work for girls and boys of all ages.
This week we love Nor-Folk, a new and exciting lifestyle brand out of Norwich. Their minimalist kidswear designs are spot on for the upcoming AW trend.
The simplicity of their graphics work alongside the new rise in gender neutral apparel.
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