See what caught our eye at Bubble London 2013!


It’s no secret, trade shows provide an excellent platform for up and coming brands and give us a fantastic opportunity to see what’s on the horizon from our established favourites,  and we love nothing more to share them with you! Click through to find several brands that caught our eye at the Bubble London trade show.


New kids on the Bubble London block, Milk and Rock with their debut winter collection named Indian Winter, is a brand that I predict we will be seeing plenty more of. Specialising in girls and boys shirts, the tailored detailing and quality finish is admirable and not something you see much in mainstream fashion. It’s this attention to detail that is going to draw the fashionistas in!


If it’s cute you want, it’s cute you get with Bubble London new comers Poco Nido. The Poco Nido crew showcased the sweetest of baby shoes (see above) made from printed cotton and suede for nurturing soft sensitive skin, all the while keeping toes toasty warm. Poco Nido also create magnificent wellies, tees and even organic cotton onesies emblazoned with the cutest of owls.


My Bubble London favourite is all the awesome quirkiness designed by Donna Wilson. It’s a fair call to say I need one of everything that Donna Wilson weaves her magic over, from amazing cushions and blankets (above) to the most mischievous Fox tableware (below) and everything in between.



Brit Chic Signature caught my eye with their beautifully retro inspired fabric designs. Aiming for garments that can be worn through all seasons, they’ve delivered a stunning collection of easy to wear and layer clothes. What little girl wouldn’t adore the Quaint Aline Dress in flower print, (pictured above) teamed with tights for winter or by itself to soak up the warmth of summer!


We love our very own Australian up and coming designers and found Dimity Bourke at Bubble London. A celebration of colour, this Aussie talent reveals a treasure trove of boho-inspired dresses, pants, tops and sleepwear for little girls ages two to eight years.

For more coverage of past shows, be sure to check back through our tradeshow posts.

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