Sustainable kidswear by WAWA Copenhagen SS20

We are so pleased to bring your attention to a delightful children's brand from Denmark, WAWA, with the designer combining Scandinavian minimalism with her Indian heritage. WAWA is an organic children’s wear brand for ages 2 to 10 years, that wishes to nurture the child’s sense for simple details as well as environmental awareness. The clothing are made entirely of sustainable fabrics and...

10 blogs you need to check out!

What blogs do you read? As with the say "it's an app for that" there seems to be a blog for everything too. So in the online jungle of various of blogs, here are the top ten to check out! Without further ado... 1. Babyccino Kids - Family life blog going strong The first blog, that in fact got me into blogging, is Babyccino Blog. Although the website has turned into a kids shopping portal of...

Slow living, babies a cardboardboxes and healthy lunch ideas

Do you remember the post about Why Finnish babies sleep in cardboard boxes? Well, this campaign photo from MeMini reminded me about the Finnish govermental concept of providing everything necessary for new parents. The Sarah Lund sweater (famous from the Scandinavian TV drama, The Killing) is now available for children. Please do check out the entire campaign shot in Jordan showing real children...

Finally Friday – Wishing you an inspirational weekend!

This week has been a marathon, with end of year events around our schoolgirls taking up a lot of our time; School disco, summer fair, sports day, end of year production, end of year bbq, parents drinks, cake sales and presents for the teachers. It doesn't help to have volunteered as a class rep... On a positive note, the summer holiday is only 3 weeks away, where long and lazy days awaits. How...

Bubble London – Trends and forecast for Autumn Winter 2013

Bubble London, a kids trade show exhibiting collections for Autumn Winter 2013, This season saw a strong support for British made, through the installation Homegrown, featured by the entrance, and also through celebrating British designers throughout the fair. British made is trending in the UK, not only because of the difficult economical climate but also the fact that there are quite a lot of...