Bubble London June 2012 – Best of British homegrown fashion – Part Two

tights for boys

baby knee pads

Rachael takes us back inside Bubble London with more fashion finds to thrill you!

Crawlings showed off their range of gorgeous baby kneepads for crawlers at Bubble and while the brand may be new to Bubble, it’s not new to publicity. Victoria Beckham tweeted a picture of the knee pads to her followers and since then the brand has been inundated with requests. The knee pads are designed to help protect kids from the time they start crawling to when they start walking and running. Perfect for those scrapped knees when they fall off the scooter.

baby knee pads

New fashion and illustration-led label Corby Tindersticks creates fun design and illustration for kids and grown ups. The new season is a tongue-in-cheek line inspired by the poor British weather. At least something good comes from all that rain! The label also sources ethically made garments so all those adorable things are good for us too. Now we have to buy some!

tights for boys

Now this is a seriously good idea. New and distinctly quirky UK brand Little Titans have designed a range of tights especially for boys. Created by a mum who was frustrated by the lack of tights for boys (it’s cold in the UK!), the range was designed to be cool, quirky and full of colour. We love the action hero designs and the range is so cool that we can see girls and boys loving these for everyday and the dressing up box!

slippers child

We just loved the hand made felt slippers from Sew Heart Felt England. Created from organic Tibetan lamb’s wool and coloured with environmentally friendly pigments the slippers are all made by hand in Nepal and provide sustainable, traditional work for women in rural Nepal. The equally cute hand crocheted toys are made in Shanghai from organic cotton yarn.

Poco Nido makes modern, eco aware shoes for little people with a twist – the shoes are only available in limited runs. The range has stimulating illustrations and are packaged in a recycled cardboard tube that doubles as a postal tube. Now there’s a clever idea.

The new SS collection from P’tit chic… de Paris‘ organic line showcases its unique collaboration with autistic Italian painter Lisa Perini. Fabulous designs based on the countryside in glorious primary colours, we guarantee that kids and mums will love them.

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We loved this colourful booth. The new collection from Minimyo is inspired by the Wild West with childhood memories of summer afternoons playing cowboys (or cowgirls) and Indians. Yee-haa!

There’s more to come in Part Three!

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