We’ve got so much more to show you from the Bubble London January 2013 show. Click through to see what else Babyology correspondent Rachael unearthed at this amazing UK trade fair!
Label Rosie Life (above) caught our eye with these adorable fox scarves. Rose Carpenter began her fashion career as a milliner and took her extensive skills into childrenswear fifteen years ago. Her Rosie Life label is synonymous now with a unique blend of handmade quality playful design, natural fabrics and painstaking attention to detail. The range includes adorable owls and other soft toys as well as beautifully designed dresses.
All the clothes from Tootsa MacGinty, apart from a few dresses, are unisex. Inspired by classic children’s collections, they are colourful and fun as well as wonderful quality.
The designer, Kate Pietrasik, worked in women’s fashion in Australia before returning home to the UK and took with her the Australian love of children’s clothes. Her threads are filled with colour and endless possibility. Who can argue with that?!
There were fun retro Seventies-style outfits from Dis une couleur. Those born in the 1970s will surely have a few snaps dressed in threads like these!
We fell in love with Little Troll’s range of detachable collars to go with their dresses, skirts and t-shirts for a look that is completely your child’s own. The reds, greys and graphic black and white designs looked amazing on the stand, with bursts of colour from vibrant greens and yellows adding a bit of colour to the range. A fantastic idea, the label offers fresh colours and beautiful prints with classic styling.
Minimyo specialises in high quality and unique knitwear for children. We loved the cool stand perfect for showcasing the quirky designs. Launched in 2011 this is a label that stands out from the crowd with its beautifully designed knitwear, fabric trims, inserts and applique.
Baroque is the inspiration for the new collection from label Mijn from the Netherlands. The collection comprises beautiful girls clothes with pearl, lace and velvet touches as well as matching accessories like arm and leg warmers trimmed with lace.
We loved the styling of the collection and the girls from Mijn were wearing adult versions of the girls clothes. Usually in sizes to fit girls from two to fourteen years, they are now making some pieces in the collection for adults. Make mine the leg warmers!
Above are the delights from Sardina Baby – sweet tweed fabrics adapted in design for children make for a darling and slightly preppy look.
Classic British with a twist, Gigi & Co’s signature gingham designs feature playful touches from broderie anglaise trims to secret treasure pockets. Their new Made In Britain range launches in March so keep your eyes on their website.
We hope you enjoyed our Bubble London January 2013 coverage as much as we enjoyed bringing it to you!