Katvig and recycled cotton

Always in the lead, Katvig is proud to introduce recycled cotton, a brilliant new way to make use of the enormous amounts of cotton that would normally go to waste. 25 percent of the world’s pesticides are used on cotton, 40 percent of all cotton goes straight in the bin as pure waste. The result is a different material that is softer and lighter. I find it quite reassuring to know that leading...

Pure underwear -pure joy

Wear bamboo and soy - wear the absolute best. Lilleba offers underwear for children that has the ultimate in design, comfort, and look. Clothes worn against the skin should be soft, with a minimal amount of seams and free from itching tags. The Norwegian design team Silje Sivertsen and Nina Eikerol combine Nordic traditions and a clear cut look with the most modern qualities. They also consider a...

KSBKids Children’s Clothes and Dr Seuss

Recently a ksbkids customer made the comment that looking at their website reminded him of Dr. Seuss. And then of course they were wondering whether this was a compliment or not. They are after all known for lots of stripy, bright coloured children’s clothes. But I can't help liking the comment and regarding it as very positive. Children wearing comfortable, fun and bright clothing would...

Childhood memories with Serendipity

Danish designer label Serendipity is fashionable organic wear for babies and children up to 13 years. The collections are based on Scandinavian design heritage and inspired by children playing and having fun. Serendipity uses only pure natural materials such as cotton, linen, wool and silk. All cotton and wool styles are made from 100 % certified organic yarns, the softest fabrics imaginable....