Babyology goes to The Fair!

It’s a very pretty, very boutique affair and we never fail to be impressed by the relaxed atmosphere of The Fair, which is held in Paddington, Sydney. I was there and took a few photos of what I found and you’ll love them too!

Above are some fashion delights from Mamapapa. Below, supremely tasteful cushions and adorable pullstring mobiles from Nini La Duchesse.

The selection of sweet softies by Blabla was a wonder to behold. These toys are incredibly soft – I just wanted to jump into this basket with all these plush creatures! The trio of kittens below went instantly onto my wishlist (for myself of course!) and they have teeny rattles inside for newborn bliss. I also loved the superhero versions.

bla bla soft toys

Organica International (above and below) showcased the softest towels imaginable for tiny new babies, as well as wooden toys and Muku fashion. Totally sublime.

I said hello to the lovely Tessa from The Lowercase, whose new products include the delicious sleeping bags, cedarwood bunting and divine Aesop framed prints.

baby jewellery

Caitlin from Little Lamb made that lovely backdrop and I definitely think she should make them to sell! She has branched out into jewellery for adults and her new range for baby and toddlers included these adorable bracelets with sayings printed on the insides.

Beautiful felted products just perfect for our little ones from Muskhane (above), along with the totally cute linen from La Cerise sur le Gâteau (below) were beautifully presented by Nomades Interiors and Homewares.

The most beautiful fabrics were found in the form of dresses and cot quilts at Babushka Baby. I couldn’t resist a closeup of the amazing dresses!

Kutie Protocol

Kutie Protocol has gone neon – such an eye-catching display!

Kutie protocol

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