January 10th, 2016
Online fashion is no longer strictly for adults. Check out our picks of the month for some of the best online childrenswear labels
A refreshing kids brand from London, this label has certainly made a name for itself providing refreshing new fashion that is full of fun and personality, brimming with unique ideas.
Big on geometric quirky prints, the unisex capsule collection boasts a brilliant selection of chambray tops, pants and the perfect onesies and playsuits that allow for layering, mixing and matching to create individual looks and styles.
Specially catered for babies aged 3 months to toddlers 5-7 years, all garments are made using organic cotton and are designed to be practical, comfy, fashionable as well as expressive.
The children’s clothing line designed for fashion forward kids ranging from newborns to young kids consist of edgy basics made from the highest quality of eco-friendly material and organic cottons. The Hong Kong based line has garnered plenty of praise, and is gaining popularity in New York, Paris and Hong Kong, collaborating with major brands like Opening Ceremony.
Many of the pieces in the collection are unisex and made from Tencel, which is environmentally sustainable and gentle on the skin. No frills and fancies here, A For Apple is all about pure chic clothes for tots that even hip parents themselves would want to wear.
The Swedish brand is a tribute to all children, their imagination and sense that everything is possible. While the designs are playful and cheeky, the quality and sustainability does not take second place. As a certified member of The Global Organic Textile Standard, Mini Rodini promises 95% organic cotton used in their whole production process, from seed to finished product.
Being one of Scandinavia’s fastest growing children’s wear brand, Mini Rodini makes it both easy and exciting for parents to buy better products for their kids in regards to aesthetics, but more importantly the environmental and ethical aspects.
The Australian fashion label produces denim wear for children with the latest grown up trends, Kutie Protocol promises to operate under a social and ecological protocol based on moderation, intelligence and cooperation. Each piece of garment is meticulously designed and then produced in a small community in Colombia, employing only local staff that share a common vision of an improved social context.
Launched in 2010, Kutie Protocol offers premium denim, directional cuts and beautiful detailing with the cool factor in spades. Each unisex style is named after famously smooth twosomes such as Bonnie & Clyde and Adam & Eve. Designed to look good, feel great and contributing to mother Earth, these stylish denim make grown-ups jealous.
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