Kids trade show Dot to Dot London will for two days only present a carefully curated selection of children’s fashion for Autumn Winter 2016 for buyers and press. We are heading down to the Soho showroom tomorrow but meanwhile, here are a few of the brands we look forward to seeing!
This edition of Dot to Dot London includes no less than 60 children’s brands, many whom are independent and focusing on design in combination with sustainability.
Brands to exhibit include…
Popupshop was founded in Denmark in 2007 with a passion to create sustainable, affordable organic basic wear with an attitude – and with no compromise on quality. The brand prides themselv to be 100% sustainable, from the very first sketch to the finished product. As the brand celebrates a decade of kids coolness – they present the coming AW17 collection at Dot to Dot London.
Papu is a young and fast growing sustainable childrenswear and lifestyle brand from Finland, founded by designer Anna together with the illustrator Hanna-Riikka in 2012. The brand focuses on telling a story with each collection. Designed with love in Finland and made with care in the EU. Above is a tiny sneak peek of Papu’s AW17 collection ‘beyond & before’, to be presented at Dot to Dot London.
Some non Scandinavian brands that are on our radar, brands to watch, includes…
British made Monty & Co
Founded by Leigh Montague, who finds inspiration in her son Grayson and her family background from Wiltshire. Leigh has always been fascinated by clothing and textiles, the past and the present, its impact and message within society.
Monty & Co is 100% designed and manufactured in the UK. The brand has a distinct unisex style and cater for children from 1 to 6 years.
Raspberry Plum is a fresh and innovative British childrens wear designer where playful meet luxury. For AW17 we can expect to see fun avantgarde inspired colourful designs, crafted in luxury materials such as silk and wool blends featuring leatherette and organza details.
Dot to Dot London to show AW17 22nd-23rd of January 2017 at The Vinyl Factory, Soho.