Organic news from Serendipity AW10

Serendipity Organics is natural children's clothing with clean cut Scandinavian design and high quality, made after Fair Trade standards and from the finest organic cotton and wool yarns. This season Serendipity introduce a number of new fabric qualities; wide wale corduroy, soft double jersey and Sherpa sweat to complement our classic soft velour, rib and woven fabrics. The season base colours...

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MarMar Copenhagen AW10

One of our favourite brands, danish children's fashion label MarMar Copenhagen, are about to send out another stunning autumn winter collection to the shops. With a goal to achieve toned down elegance for children, where romantic appearance and sharp graphic prints are the contrasts the label strives to offer a window into a world of fashion for little people that creates its own subtle style...

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The Alpaca Society

A Norwegian secret society is revealed... The Alpaca Society has been dressing children and adults in luxurious and natural garments since 2005, and its about time it's introduced to us and the UK! Only got a few pics from their latest fashion show in Norway, but the collection consists of clothes for babies 0-2y, boys and girls 2-8y, tweens 8-12y and women. The Alpaca Society is members of the...

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Soft knitted “must haves” for this season

For the baby: Baby Andean hat and Carla baby booties, both knitted in 100% alpaca, available in the colours chocolate, grey, mocha and white. Sizes: 0-3m. For the girls: Blouse Mina and Bow-tie Blouse Nina, both knitted in 100% cashllama. Available in colours b.grey, chocolate and white. Sizes: 1-2y, 3-4y, 5-6y and 7-8y. For the boys: Basic Cardigan knitted in 100% cashllama available in the...

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Memini Autumn Winter 2010

The autumn winter 2010 collection from Norwegian label MeMini is about to arrive in the shops. And MeMini really shows off with their high quality knitted garments in the nostalgic style we love. There are quite a few must haves here; Like the knitted vest for the boys and the knitted dress for girls as shown below. Also worth having a look at is the jeans collection from MeMini as it is so...

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Warming hand knitted news from Mormor

I've mentioned danish label MorMor earlier. A danish company filled up with knitting grannies! All garments are delivered with a signed note, from the granny who knitted the piece, especially for your child. If you can’t find what you are looking for on their site mormor.nu they will be happy to receive any requests too. They've been knitting over the summer and have now launched a few warming...

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Autumn news from Danish Rosemunde

Rosemunde have launched their autumn winter 2010 news for girls aged 4-14y -and for their mums too! Picture shows Rosemunde's beautiful cardigan for girls with long sleeves. An essential in your autumn wardrobe. Available in light grey (as shown in picture), warm sand (camel) and our favourite; vintag mauve (purple) at €89 in Rosemundes online shop www.rosemunde.dk Not sure if we can resist the...

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Norlie – fit for a prince or princess

Norlie was established in 2005 in Denmark by Camilla Liedner and Kirsten Noergaard, and they are already well known for the innovative and exclusive knitwear line for both babies and children 0-10y. However, soft jersey qualities have been an important part of the Norlie collections, too, and to ensure the continuing development of the brand, a woven line has expanded the collection to complement...

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Baby blanket turns into tent

When I was pregnant with Amélie knitting became back in fashion again. You could see young ladies knitting whilst going for a cup of coffee with friends in several cafes in Norway. In Oslo the shop Nostebarn was the ultimate hot spot for mums (and -to be's). They sell yarns of natural wool and knit recipes for the most beautiful little garments. Also really popular was the Nostebarn Baby...

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