New Brand Alert: William & Waldemar retro knits

Norwegian children's wear brand William & Waldemar are creating clothes that children would like to wear; Clothes made of natural and comfortable materials in a fun and playful design. William & Waldemar's baby and children's clothes 0-12 years is designed in Norway and knitted of the finest natural alpaca wool in Peru. Alpaca animals roam freely in pastures in the Andes Mountains. William &...

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MyCinnamonGirl AW11 20% off gorgeous country chic lifestyle wear

Our girls are off to ballet every Wednesday. Direct from school to studio and quickly changing from School uniform to ballet uniform, dancing for a full hour before heading out back into the dark November night after a long day. What better treat than to have one of MyCinnamonGirl hooded velour dresses to pull over the leotard for warmth, comfort and style on the way home? Finally time out, time...

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Shirley Bredal very best cookie recipe and knits for AW11

First things first -the Danish designer based in Kathmandu have delivered yet another gorgeous unique little collection of knits for AW11. vailable at one of our favourite shops, lillefigaro.eu You can also follow Shirley's life and living in Kathmandu via her blog. And now, to Shirley's very best cookie recipe -something we haven't yet but will be trying out within the next few days! Ingredients...

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Jumina with fairtrade organic cotton for AW11 -now online!

These gorgeous garments from the Jumina AW11 collection are made of lovely quality wool and it is lined with 100% organic fairtrade cotton. We've mentioned Jumina, the Norwegian design house featuring unusual, stand out pieces, yet classic with a nostalgic touch, almost with a vintage feel, eco-friendly and with a focus on sustainability. Did I mention that the designer Elisabeth is one of the...

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Knits for AW11, Ugly Children’s Clothing with Marius in merino wool

The most popular knit style for this season must be the Marius knit series from the Norwegian brand Ugly Children's Clothing. The Marius series is based on the traditional and well known Norwegian Marius knit recipe originally designed in 1953. We simply love the relaunch of this knit pattern, now available in everything from sweaters, dresses and jumpsuits to accessories like hats and scarfs....

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MyCinnamonGirl AW11 has finally arrived

Country Chic children's clothes from the Norwegian designer brand have finally arrived in the UK, available online within a weeks time on mycinnamongirl.co.uk This collection is the most gorgeous collection we've seen with romantic dresses and little hooded velour essentials for children who want to be both comfortable and stylish. © MyCinnamonGirl AW11

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A girls dream raincoat, Inez by Pale Cloud

We first discovered Pale Cloud at Bubble London in February, and among their gorgeous collection for girls up to 10 years it was the Inez raincoat that we simply couldn't get off our mind! Many months later and it's finally arrived in stores world wide! This high end designer raincoat is available in size 2 - 10y £80 at pale-clod.com. World wide shipping, and free shipping on all orders more...

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Nostalgic retro children’s winter hats from CTH Mini

CTH Ericson is one of Sweden's leading suppliers of hats, established in 1885 by Carl Theodor Ericson. In 2007 they founded CTH Mini, with a focus especially on hats for kids. Searching the archive of sketches they found lots of nostalgic and retro drawings of hats from the 50s and 60s that they decided to start producing again. And it has proven to be a hit! The checked six pence hats are a sell...

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Gorgeous outerwear for AW11 by Ver de Terre

The 14th of October is officially the first day of winter in Norway, so if you haven't already secured a snug coat for your child -now is the time to do so! The Danish brand Ver de Terre has been known for high quality and excellent design since 1993. The coats are light weight, comfortable and keeps you warm down to artic temperatures. They are designed so that children can concentrate on...

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