Miss Crios is a Finnish designer who want’s to make life more simple with beautiful yet minimal apparel for children and women. The collections are Nordic nostalgia with a contemporary twist. For AW17 the brand introduces us to the ‘Lumberjack’s daughter’ with cozy checks, a magical fox and a splash of playfulness.
The idea behind the Mis Crios collection is a offer garments that both look effortlessly chic and that are easy to wear, without inconvenient zippers or buttons complicating daily life.
Mis Crios AW 17/18 Collection is based on the women’s collection Mis Crios femme. These two collections are available in the same fabrics and colours, designed to create a coherent selection for both mum and daughter.
The winter 17 collection ‘Lumberjack’s daughter’ is all about rich coloured checks and soft brushed cottons that are originally high-end menswear shirt fabrics.
There’s also a french high quality jacquard fabric with a strikingly beautiful woven fox motif and a very soft washed indigo blue natural silk.
The winter fabrics also includes a digitally printed organic cotton felpa with an exclusive watercolour print as a delightful colourful splash of creativity on a melange grey canvas.
The collection will be presented to buyers and press now and ready in stores from Autumn 2017. But meanwhile, please enjoy this little preview…
Mis Crios was founded in 2014 with the first collection launched in 2015 by Finnish designer Cecilia Sörensen. The brands designstudio is in Helsinki Finland with the production taking place in Barcelona and Tallinn. Mis Crios aim to use Oeko-Tex certified or organic materials and for quality in all aspects of the production, fair to the environment and people.
Mis Crios featured on Little Scandinavian: “What’s sets Mis Crios apart from many other brands is the designers sense of style and quality. The design has a contemporary touch yet the styles are romantic in a nordic nostalgian way”. See the post here!
Mis Crios will be exhibiting at Playtime Paris from Saturday 28th to Monday 30th of January in booth number G17 – well worth a stop for those visiting the fair!