Dundelina goes to the sea

Dundelina's summer 2010 collection is finally here. Nautical is one of the hottest themes for spring summer 2010. However Dundelina have taken the nautical theme a bit further, as always in their playful and childlike way. Without compromising on high quality fabrics and romantic look. Dundelina clothing is available for girls between 3 and 10. The accessories, soft toys and books can be enjoyed...

Spring and Summer news from Lille Barn

Lille Barn (Little Children) has managed to create yet a lovely collection in organic merino wool, organic cotton and Bamboo. The London based Norwegian talented and most charming Reidun Oliveira is the head designer behind the brand, and for her the quality of each piece and the love and comfort the child will experience by wearing it is what's important. She has also chosen to have all her...

My Cinnamon Girl – Oslo

On my way walking up Bogstadveien, one of the main shopping streets in Oslo I spotted a new brand with it's own shop; My Cinnamon Girl. The designer Kari Thomassen creates romantic and nostalgic children's clothing, all designed and produced in Norway. The inspiration of the collections is sweet childhood memories. This is combined with soft fabrics and subtle colours. With details like patchwork...

Highlights of Bubble London

Visiting the largest trade fair for children's clothing in the UK, Bubble, was fun and slightly hectic as it should be with lots of exhibitors showcasing their coming Autumn Winter collections. I've used a few days now to let it all sink in, and I would love to share what I found to be the highlights with you. I had a chance to inspect the shoes from PomPom. I had previously seen them online and...

Beatrice’s favourite cardigan

Beatrice is wearing her "kanina Bennie cardigan" from Dundelina, definitely one of her favourite items this season! Lovely round neck cardigan in a soft and warm lambswool blend. Beatrice loves wearing this cardigan on chilly days, and it's a must on her way to and from ballet class every week. Gorgeous quality with lots of attention to details. Knitted cord ribbon at waist and mother of pearl...

The Marius Sweater -a Norwegian Icon

In Scandinavia it's still quite common for the children to wear home knitted sweaters and cardigans. "Mariusgenser", Marius Sweater is something most true norwegians own. Designed in 1953 by Unn Soiland (later Dale), founder of Lillunn Design of Norway. She made textile history by designing new patterns, using coloured wool for thick sweaters, very unusual for the time,- making "Norwegian...