LattjoPOP a new parent entrepreneurs hub in London

There's hubs and campuses popping up in and around London, dedicated to helping entrepreneurs to grow and realise their ambitions. Popular hang outs and work hubs so far has centered around technology and design. Now there's one dedicated for parent entrepreneurs too, and you are invited to the launch party! LattjoPOP is a new work hub, campus and meeting point, dedicated for parent...

Scandi cool kids clothes in London pop-up shop 15-28 Aug

Pop-Up alert! Opening its doors today, is an opportunity to source some of the leading Scandinavian children's brands, not usually available on the high street in London. Owner of the online shop and host of the new pop-up shop, LatteMama says: When setting up LatteMama it was always my intention to hit the streets with the clothes and meet as many people face to face as possible. That’s why...

Fashionable and Fun Family Event in London 10th of April

Coming up is a fashionable and fun family event in Battersea, London. Children's online shop LatteMama is inviting friends and customers to enjoy great food, a fashion show featuring brands like Mini Rodini, Moderska Huset and Indikidual, crafts corners, face painting and more. All to launch the new kids division of the new kids fashion concept, I heart fashion, celebrate (hopefully) the arrival...

Mini Rodini SS12, for globetrotting adventures

Mini Rodini’s collection for Spring Summer 2012, Wild at Heart, explores the exotic wild life of Africa and captures the fantasy of a faraway land. This is Swedish children's fashion at it's very best, clothes made for children in mind, comfortable and cool. For globetrotting adventures, young explorers age 0 - 11y - minirodini.com Mini Rodini SS12 is available in the UK at Nordic Kids, Spruced...

Children’s fashion leading the way; Illustrated ‘todays outfit’

The children's fashion industry are known for their playful and innovative approach in regards to both the design and business development. Online store Latte Mama have taken the comonly known concept with 'today's outfit' and 'this weeks outfit' to the next level by hiring an illustrator to showcase the clothes. I remember Little A bringing her story book at the age of 1 1/2 to the hairdresser...