Little flea a/w 15 issue 4

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magazine Autumn/Winter 2015 Issue 04



Hello! I love this time of year. The leaves start turning beautiful shades of golden brown and orange, the crisp mornings are full of dew and mist and best of all, the winter collections fill the stores! It’s the season of coats, cosy jumpers, woolly hats and onesies and we can’t wait! So snuggle up in a blanket and delve into this jam packed issue of winter wonders. We have beautiful fashion stories, an interview with the gorgeous Pearl Lowe, interior inspirations, a Center Parcs feature and scrumptious recipes from the fantastic new Annabel Karmel app. Plus lots lots more to feast your eyes on. I hope you enjoy this amazing new galactic issue and get lots of fabulous inspiration for your children. Remember to check out the Little Flea website for the most covetable independent brands. Anna


On the cover Photography: Sharon Cooper Styling: Anna Cascarina Model: Sam Sam is wearing: space helmet, Space sweatshirt, Molo.

Contents 8 Wish List What’s new on Little Flea? 16 Space Explorers Sharon Cooper shoots our awesome galactic fashion story

34 Pearl Lowe... A Vintage Queen We ask the beautiful Pearl about her new collection


Trend Pages

What will you be wearing this winter?

50 What’s hot...? Accessories New must have accessories 54 The Trade Shows We visit the trade shows to see what we’ll be wearing next summer! 58 Forever Nomad Gorgeous clothes for little wanderers 75 10 of the best... Hoodies to keep us warm 76 Toy Story Gorgeous toys to make playtime extra fun 78 Jetpaq We interview the creator of Jetpaq to find out the inspiration behind the brand


Itsi Bitsit Mini Style Cool things for babies

Renai: Llama print top, Waddler. Red knitted cape, Doodle Do. Marcus: Feather print top, Bobo Choses. Green cashmere cardigan, Olivier baby & Kids. Knitted scarf, Doodle Do. Photography: Binky Nixon. Styling: Anna Cascarina. Hair & Make-up: Sarah Massie

86 Cool Specs A P Wilding photographs the raddest glasses for kids 90 Ruby Loves... Ruby gets cosy in gorgeous merino by Smalls 94 Pippa’s Picks Pippa gets playful with Play & Go’s handy playmat and bag in one 100 The Gallery The best cards and prints in all the land! 102 Interior Motives Exciting interiors for kids rooms


A Tropical Paradise

We check out what Center Parcs

has to offer for different ages

118 Eat Appy with Annabel


We share some tasty recipes from the new Annabel Karmel app

125 Bloggers Choice Tania from fab blog Maddie Rose Boutique picks out her faves from Autumn/Winter 15


We love...

We select some of our most favourite collections


Listings page

Links to all the Little Flea brands


Winter Enjoy the NEW Autumn and Winter Collection Online and in Stores!

Fresh, elegant, CHELSEA 14 Cale Street, SW3 Tel 020 7590 0999 easy-to-wear MARYLEBONE 11 New Cavendish St, W1 Tel 020 7224 0648 children’s clothes Open Mon-Sat 10-6pm

14 Cale Street, SW3 Tel 020 7590 0999 Open Mon-Sat 10-6pm

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Amaia The gorgeous new collection from Amaia is full of nostalgic silhouettes and pretty prints. This season we see checks, frills, long shorts and polka dots in their traditional style all with beautiful detailing. Utter perfection. 8

Lulu and Nat Lulu & Nat offers a fresh, modern and vibrant selection of bedlinen, quilts, cushions, bumpers, sleepbags and gifts. Their playful prints are designed in London and handprinted in India to give a modern yet playful look to your child’s room.

Doodle Do This stunning collection is inspired by magical fairytales of gnomes and pixies and hungry wolves and pretty princesses. Let your imagination run wild and go on a wonderful adventure in Doodle Do’s signature bright colours and beautiful soft fabrics.

Little Jalo Keep your baby ultra snug in Little Jalo’s beautiful lambskin selection of hats, booties. gloves and footmuffs. The ultimate in luxury baby products. Little Jalo also sell gorgeous bamboo, organic cotton and super soft kid mohair. 9

Lola Beau Got a special celebration coming up? Decorate your cake with these amazing candle holders from Lola Beau Design. So cute and they add a bit of sparkle and humour to the party cake!

Little Lulubel Velvet Parsnips Find beautiful silver and gold jewellery for kids at Velvet parsnips ranging from cool lightning strikes and peace signs to busy bees and fawns. Something for everyone and the perfect gift for that special child.

This London based party company delivers beautifully stylish ready-made party kits to the door! So simple and so handy and with a range of different themes, Little Lulubel have got it covered. All items are available separately too.

Ebabee If you love the style and quality of Korean brands, you’re going to adore Ebabee. They source the very best from Korea and bring it over to the UK market, often exclusively! We adore the cute prints and fun designs. 10

Pinch Toys We love the simple design of these gorgeous wooden and cotton toys. Merging play with style, these beautful wooden blocks, dominos, cars, planes, puzzles and soft cotton toys are the perfect additional to a nursery or playroom - or even just to have around the house. Geometric painted prints in simple colours make this a welcome addition to the home.

Bisou de Lou These gorgeous hand made interior objects for the home by Bisou de Lou have a simple aesthetic with superior quality and design. They fit seamlessly into the style of any children’s room due to a combination of a clean colour palette and luxury fabrics.

Om Baby The amazing Om Baby is inspired by Indian travels and a need for roomy cloth bum friendly fashion. Om Baby believes that comfort is key when it comes to babies and the classic yoga harem pant is a perfect garment for your little ones with easy movement, plenty of room for a nice big cloth nappy and a size that fits for months and months. The range includes harems, rompers, tees and bibs in beautiful block printed fabrics all lovingly handmade in London.


Mainio Mainio is a quirky and adventurous lifestyle brand from Finland. They are fascinated by wild and weird combinations of colours to create everyday comfortable clothing in unique and unusual colour blends. The Autumn/ Winter collection is inspired by wild animals and traditional African hand-woven textiles such as mud-cloths and Moroccan rugs. We love that Mainio is also available for adults for matching mini-me coolness! 12

Lucypeachslice We can’t get enough of the fab Lucypeachslice. Their quirky and contemporary collections are always playful and fun, the perfect clothing for girls. For A/W 15 we see more of their signature silhouettes including luxe shift dresses, long sleeve tops and harem pants all in gorgeous fabrics and colours.

Scamp We adore the gorgeous personalised wooden mobiles available at Scamp. Hang them over a newborns crib or from a hook on your older childs wall. These cute laser cut mobiles come worded as ‘sweet dreams’, ‘sleep tight’ or ‘dream big’ or can be personalised with your own message up to 15 characters long per cloud. What a beautiful way to encourage a child to drift off to sleep soundly!

Raspberry Plum This stunning collection by Raspberry Plum is strongly influenced by the Constructionist movement and 60s colour palettes. The whole collection is knitted to ensure comfort and ease of wear allowing children to play and run around in style. 13

Elfie London Fitting in perfectly with our Lunar theme is the gorgeous new collection from Elfie London. Their signature traditional styles include these amazing moon and star print pyjamas and vests.

The bonnie mob Introducing The bonnie mob (Bonnie baby has grown up!) They represent the fearless and the fun-loving. The spirit of freedom and the wildness of childhood. For the den builders, the wildlife hunters, the felt-tip masterpiece makers... The bonnie mob create playful clothes from newborn snuggles to seven-year old explorers and we are in love!

Lilly et Louis This gorgeous cape from Lilly et Louis is definitely on our wish list for Autumn/Winter. Beautifully ,ade in exquisite fabrics, the whole collection is a must... does it come in adult sizes? 14

Space explorers Adventure into the Little Flea universe of galactic and interstellar childrens wear.

Pippa: Blue star print jumper, Olivier Baby & Kids. Chambray skirt, Pala Mino. Grey circle tights, Loud Apparel. Black brogues, Young Soles. Sam: Denim shirt, Molo. Sweatpants, Bobo Choses. Monkey boots, Young Soles.


Photography: Sharon Cooper Styling & Art Direction: Anna Cascarina Models: Sam & Pippa



Sam: Plane print sweatshirt, Popupshop. Black trousers with blue stripe, Raspberry Plum. Star & moon socks, Bobo Choses. Blue monkey boots, Young Soles. Helmet, Pippa: Black sweatshirt, Loud Apparel. Gold stripe trousers, Molo. Black brogues, Young Soles. Helmet,


Pippa: Jewelled grey jumper and gold pleated skirt, Soft Gallery Black & white tights, Popupshop. Silver trainers, Plae. Helmet, Sam: Bronze jacket, Someday Soon. Black jeans, Molo. Brown ankle boots, Young Soles.



Sam: Blue all-in-one, 4funkyflavours. Cloud socks, Bobo Choses. Blue monkey boots, Young Soles. NASA backpack, Pippa: Black dress, Mainio. Gold leggings, Karen Brost. Black shoes, Young Soles.



Pippa: Lilac & purple top, Raspberry Plum, Grey gold edged skirt, Karen Brost. Black tights, Braveling. Silver trainers, Plae. Sam: Space print sweatshirt and joggers, Molo. White trainers, Plae. Space helmet,



Lilac and purple top, Raspberry Plum


Moon print grey dress, Bobo Choses. Star print jeans, Scotch R’Belle. Brown boots, Young Soles.



Pippa: Black spot dress and spot tights, Loud Apparel. Silver trainers, Plae. Sam: Burgundy moon print leggings and long sleeve t-shirt, Jetpaq. Blue padded gilet, Soft Gallery. Astronaut boots,


Sam: Sweatshirt, Pala Mino. Black leather joggers, Someday Soon. Black cap, Loud Apparel. Astronaut boots, Pippa: Constellation print top & silver skirt, Jetpaq. Black star socks, Molo. Silver trainers, Plae.




Pippa: Moon and stars denim shirt & skirt, Bobo Choses. Star socks, Molo. Silver trainers, Plae. Sam: Space print sweatshirt, Someday Soon. Cropped trousers & backpack, Loud Apparel. Grey socks, Bobo Choses. White trainers, Plae.



Pearl Lowe

A vintage jewel We talk to the beautiful Pearl Lowe about her life in the country, being a busy mama and her stunning new children’s collection Pearl Lowe Petite.


Can you tell us about your new Petite collection? It’s a luxury kids dress up / party collection. It’s totally gorgeous and I love the circus theme. How did this come about? After Peacocks finished, I didn’t feel very inspired to make women’s dresses anymore. I wrote and released a vintage interiors book and then last Christmas, I found some sequin fabric and started making curtains and then a top hat and then a cape and it developed into a kids range from there. So it was quite organic. Have you always been creative? My whole life. When I was 10 years old, I designed a range of tops for my mum’s shop in Covent Garden. I was always customising my clothes. Tell us about your early career. You were a singer before, how did you get into fashion?


I loved singing, but found it hard to be away from my kids. I started designing lace curtains for a house we bought in Camden, that then became a business. The same thing happened when we moved to Hampshire. I started designing lace dresses for my post baby body that became a business and then a 3 year contract with the high street brand Peacocks. You’re known for your amazing vintage style. What attracts you to vintage clothing and interiors? Thank you! I love both the history and originality aspect of both vintage clothes and furniture. I love being the only person to own things. Can you tell us a bit about family life and your routine? I take my kids to school every morning around 8am, then I go to nearby Babington House and swim and then go into my office for 10am and start working. I’m usually finished in time to pick



the kids up at 4.30pm. I go home, cook supper, help with the kids homework, maybe watch a bit of TV or a film with the kids. I’m usually in bed by 10pm. Wow, it sounds like you’re a very busy mum! How do you have time to fit everything in? I am busy and sometimes it gets a bit too much! I’m lucky as I have older children, so my eldest can help with the others. I don’t go out at night as much as I used to as I’m exhausted by 10pm! Sounds familiar! So what do you do in your downtime? I see friends for lunch and we go for long walks in the countryside and we watch films in front of log fires. Ooh, it sounds idyllic! The Petite collection has a real element of fun to it mixed with a touch of glamour. Was it important to keep your own style within the collection?

It wasn’t as thought out as that. I just love vintage costumes, so I took my inspiration from there. I definitely want kids to feel the fantasy element in my clothes. In this age of computers, I feel kids have lost a bit of that. So what are your plans for the future and the ‘Pearl Lowe Petite’ brand? I want to carry on making dress up collections. I have a trunk idea, that will be launching in time for Christmas. I’m going to be stocking in a couple of department stores and I’m hoping on expanding to womenswear again. A lot of my friends have been asking if I can make some of the capes and jumpsuits in their sizes! I’d also love to open a shop one day! Thanks to Pearl for giving us a little insight into her family and work. The Petite Pearl Lowe AW15 collection will launch exclusively at Harrods from the 5th October 2015.


Red cape Doodle Do


Once upon a time Castle top, Doodle Do

Nutcracker dress, Amaia Kids Tutu dress, Karen Brost

Harlequin purses, Little Lulubel Dress, Oh...My!

Trousers, Doodle Do

Sequin cape, Pearl Lowe Petite

Fairytale print top Olivier Baby & Kids


Witch dress, Doodle Do



Howling wolf babygrow, Doodle Do

Cat leggings, Whistle & Flute

Skating mummy trousers, Indikidual

Cat origami notes, Little Lulubel

Baby grow, Baby Moo’s

Balmoral black boots, Chapter 2

Mummy tee, Indikidual


Fish jumper, Bobo Choses


gone fishing

Oscar fish soft toy, Pinch Toys

Whale slippers, Funky Feet Fashions

Sushi tee, Whistle & Flute

Shark sleeping bag, Fine Little Day bedding,

Dolphin necklace, Pop Cutie

Fish motif sweatshirt, Scotch Shrunk

Fish toy, Bisou de Lou


Giraffe tunic dress, Mainio Rosettes, Party Ark


Animal kingdom Bear sweater, Little Indians

Horse necklace, A Mini Penny

Lion dungarees, Clothkits

Fox mask, Little Lulubel

Long sleeve t-shirt, Mainio

Goat tee, Bene Bene at Ebabee

Rabbit outfit, Animalesque


Blue dress ÂŁ90 Lilly et Louis

What’s hot...

Leather shoes, Olivier Baby & Kids

Necklace and bracelets, Rockahula Kids

Pom pom hat, Elodie Details

Travel bag, Atticus & Gilda


Hat & mittens, Lilly + Sid

Scarf, Little Indians

Hairband, Atticus & Gilda

Lilac shoes, Chapter 2

Accessories From little tins to the softest shoes to pretty jewellery, we can’t get enough of this seasons cool accessories!

Pink moccasins, Amy & Ivor Tooth fairy tins, Rosita Lollipop

Mittens, Elodie Details

Teal shoes, Start-rite

Leopard shoes, Hug & Hatch

Lion enamel mug, Ava & Yves

Grey hat, Little Indians

Slippers, Sew Heart Felt at Rosita Lollipop


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The Trade S ho ws

Well what a busy few months we’ve had visiting all the trade shows and seeing what’s in store for next Summer 2016. We visited Dot to Dot and Bubble London in the UK, then travelled across to Paris to visit Kid-Shows and Playtime. It was wonderful to see such inspiring brands and their gorgeous collections. Have a look at our report on what’s hot for next Summer. We first went to Dot to Dot where we saw lots of old friends as well as met lovely new ones. Held in the gorgeous Vinyl Factory in the heart of Soho, Dot to Dot is a more intimate setting with an exclusive vibe perfect for new upcoming independents as well as more established brands. For their 4th edition, Dot to Dot had 30 exhibitors including many Little Flea brands. It was also great to meet the people behind Papu, Nor-Folk, Tiba & Marl, Milk & Biscuits and Mr Uky, all who create inspiring stand-out collections. Highlights were new hats from Braveling, gorgeous roll up wash bags from Atticus & Gilda and pretty necklaces from LucyPeachSlice.


We then jumped on the Eurostar over to Paris for a couple of days to look at the fabulous French shows. First stop, Kid-Shows. This was held at the beautiful Bastille Design Center and included 45 stunning brands. It was so lovely to catch up with Jetpaq and Bobo Choses as well as talk to Sons & Daughters, Coral & Tusk, Freddy Bib, Titlee and Tito and Zaira. Like Dot to Dot, Kid-Shows has a more intimate setting allowing visitors to leisurely walk round and really get to know the exhibitors. Although France was having a mini heatwave at the time, the space was light and comfortable to showcase the brands beautifully.

Facing page from top left: The Bright Company. Noodoll. The gorgeous ladies from Abc123me and Braveling. This page from top left: Coral & Tusk. Kid Shows. Jetpaq. Sons & Daughters. Titlee.


The next day was all about Playtime. We got the coach over to l’Espace Evénement, in Parc Floral de Paris and judging by the queue to get on a coach, we knew it was going to be busy! This was the 18th edition of Playtime and was organized around the theme of ‘movement’. Over 470 exhibitors were showcasing their collections, so we certainly had to move fast to ensure we saw them all! Despite the scorching temperatures, Playtime recorded 6256 visitors and it was a fantastic show. There were over 100 new exhibitors mainly French but also British, Spanish, Portuguese and Belgian as well as others. It was so lovely to wander around so many creative people all passionately selling their beautifully displayed collections. We saw so many Little Flea friends such as Annaliv, Doodle Do, Indikidual, Karen Brost, Little Indians and Little Mashers and also met many new ones such as Beau Loves, Atelier DJM, Little Creative Factory, Raspberry Plum, Sproet & Sprout, Zoobug, Well Grounded Company and many more.

Over 6000 visitors braved the heatwave at Playtime Paris this year!


From top left: The Little Shoemaker. Bakker made with love. Bubble at the Design Centre, Islington. Fantastic seminars.

Utterly exhausted, it was back to the UK to visit Bubble London. Set in the bright and airy Islington Design Centre, The Bubble exhibition is always meticulously laid out and easy to navigate your way around. There were 280 exhibitors showcasing clothing, accessories, toys, home-ware and gifts. There was an exciting seminar programme which included an interactive presentation from stylist, Fran Lee who spoke about S/S16’s hottest colours, fabrics and shapes. 14 brands were short-listed for the Bubble London Rising Star Award including Mr Wolf, Little Kokoro, Where’s that Bear? and Little Lulus. Their homegrown section celebrates British brands such as The Little Shoemaker, Holly Hastie, Happy Headbangers Club, Oh..My! and Love Boo. This year Bubble exhibitors included Little Flea friends such as Lilly + Sid, Doodle Do, Nature Zoo and Panda and the Sparrow. During our trade show visits, we saw trends such as pastels, clean organic clothing, fun graphic and geometric prints, hand-painted illustrations, lace, mixing of patterns, tribal/ethnic influences and distressed denim. We’re excited for Summer already! 57


Nomad Little adventurers layer up in cosy knits, Alpaca wool, shearling and the softest cotton. The perfect combination for winter wanderers Photography: Binky Nixon Styling & Art Direction: Anna Cascarina Hair & Make-up: Sarah Massie Models: Renai & Marcus


White Peter Pan collar blouse, Olivier baby & Kids. Blue Alpaca skirt, Waddler. Blue fringed leggings, Scotch R’Belle. Fringed necklace, Scotch R’Belle. Tan lace up boots, Chapter 2


Marcus: Chunky knit cardigan, Scotch Shrunk, Two-tone jersey trousers, Bobo Choses. Tan boots, Chapter 2. Renai: Oatmeal Alpaca dress, Waddler. Feather print skirt, Mainio. Red poncho, Re-be. Cheeky grin tights, Braveling. Tan boots, Chapter 2.



Renai: Feather print dress, Bobo Choses. Yellow feather print leggings, Indikidual. Lilac shoes, Chapter 2. Tapestry waistcoat, Stylists own. Marcus: Blue padded jacket, Soft Gallery. Mustard trousers, Scotch Shrunk. Tan boots, Chapter 2.



Marcus: Blue cashmere tank top, Olivier baby & Kids. Cream chunky knit cardigan, Waddler. Chevron trousers, Bobo Choses. Tan boots, Chapter 2. Renai: Grey long sleeve top, Smalls. Embroidered waistcoat, Scotch R’Belle. Horse print skirt and bag, Bobo Choses. Tan boots, Chapter 2.


Blue shirt dress, Cotton Sparrow. Red coat, Macarons. Tan boots, Chapter 2. necklaces, Scotch R’Belle.


White & orange baseball top, Bobo Choses, Brown stripe fur waistcoat, Bobo Choses. Green trousers, Scotch Shrunk. Tan boots, Chapter 2.



Renai: Llama print top, Waddler. Red knitted cape, Doodle Do. Red stripe leggings, Scotch R’Belle. Tan boots, Chapter 2. Marcus: Feather print top, Bobo Choses. Green cashmere cardigan, Olivier baby & Kids. Blue trousers, Scotch Shrunk. Knitted scarf, Doodle Do. Tan boots, Chapter 2.


Green jumper and red scarf, Doodle Do. Grey sweatpants, Bobo Choses. Tan boots, Chapter 2.


Patchwork cardigan, Macarons. Brown fur gilet, Waddler. Blue fringed leggings, Scotch R’Belle. Bow hairclips, Annaliv. Tan boots, Chapter 2. Embroidered blanket, Camomile London


Stripe onesie £20 and matching hat £8 both Panda & the Sparrow. Hedgehog cushion €20 Ava & Yves.

Marcus: Cream long sleeve top, Smalls. Reversible waistcoat, Macarons.. Blue chambray trousers, Annaliv. Tan boots, Chapter 2. Renai: Shearling coat, Scotch R’Belle. Chevron long skirt, Bobo Choses. Tan boots, Chapter 2.


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Picnic print scarf £18, banana onesie £28 and banana jumper, Bobo onesie Choses.£18 Orange headband Green £14 all cloud Indikidual. Penguin Quack trousers, Scotch Shrunk. Quack Moo.

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10 of the best...

Indikidual Y’Porque at Little Bou

Olivier baby & Kids

Little Bou

Hooded tops Popupshop

As the cooler months set in, there’s nothing better than looking rad in an ultra cosy hoodie.

The Wee Department Store

Little Mashers

I dig denim

Lilly + Sid

Bobo Choses Abc123Me


Toy Story Bioserie toys, Toyella

Soft balls, Bisou de Lou

Mox ball, Moluk at Toyella

Elephant toy, Sally Nencini 76

Sophie Le Giraffe, Rosita Lollipop

Lulla doll, Roro

Bunnies, Elodie Details

We’ve found the most beautiful toys that you and your kiddies will want to play with again and again and, what’s more, they look gorgeous too!

Sticklets, Toyella

Woodland doll, Lapin & Me

Moleskin grey bear, BearGood

Wooden helicopter, Pinch Toys

Storage bag and playmat, Play & Go

Stacking blocks, Minimondos

Ricefig and Riceananas, Noodoll 77

JETPAQ The amazing Jet Teunis of JETPAQ lets us in to her wonderful world of design, hand screen printing and hand dying and also tells us a little about the new collection.


lease tell us about you and your early life

When I was young, I started to make clothes for my dolls. I was designing dresses and suits with my moms left over fabrics. After high school I applied to the Dutch Art Academy ArtEZ in Arnhem, and I got in. (it’s the same school Viktor&Rolf and Iris van Herpen went to). I had to design womens and menswear for three years, after that I had an internship at HEMA, in the boys clothes and accessories dept. From that moment I knew I should do childrenswear, it just was a better fit. After graduation in 2013 I started the brand JETPAQ. What inspired you to start JETPAQ? My mission is to make children’s clothing for children again. So no mini-me, no mini grown ups, children should be themselves and should be able to play, run, climb and have fun! Clothes that can get dirty, which are very comfortable and especially inspired and designed for kids. A lot of love goes into the making of the garments - is this important to you? Yes it is. But more important is that it’s made with care for the people who worked on it (fairly paid) and for the environment. Besides that I think clothes should last long, should be washable at 30/40 degrees and be great quality. To reach this goal we think about every piece, make it special and I think the little costumers will feel that. When a model is wearing one of our garments, most of the time they want it immediately (you can see that in the photoshoot video on our Vimeo). They feel like they could wear it for days. We want to reach that feeling, that a JET-


PAQ piece is special and one of their favourite pieces in their wardrobe, that they wait in front of the washing machine for until it’s ready! Can you tell us about your dying techniques and the process of creating a JETPAQ piece? The dying techniques and screen print process makes JETPAQ special. It’s all done by hand so that makes every piece a little bit different and therefore unique. But the process itself is the secret of the brand. My boyfriend and I still do that ourselves, nobody gets to see it, because it’s the specialty of the brand.



What is a typical day like for you? I wake up, then I go to the gym or for a run, because I think it’s very important to build strength and energy as a brand manager. After that I go for a walk with the Dalmatian Dino (the mascot of the brand), normally we walk from our home to the studio. Then my workday will start, we finish the older collection or work on a new one with the team and the lovely interns. Lunch time is a special moment at our studio, because it feels like we are a little family (the interns call it the JETPAQ-family). We have a delicious lunch with the whole team together. We chat, think and discuss everything of the day or the day before. After that we work till 5 or 6pm, then we clean up, go home and I answer my emails in the evening, sit in the garden, have a good meal, drink some wine (not on a typical day!) Then a good sleep and start all over again. Your A/W 15 collection takes us on an adventure to the moon. Is space and the universe something that interests you?

spires me to discover the world, the meaning or the answer behind that sentence. Then we build a story around it, like ‘loop naar de maan’ which means ‘Go walk to the moon!’ became a story about kids who travel to the moon at night, with 1000 ladders, a flag to mark their visit and feeling light as a feather. What could be better then spending a night on the moon? Can you give us any hints on what the S/S16 collection is inspired by? Of course I can! The collection is called ‘wat ruist er door het struikgewas’ which means ‘what rustles through the bushes?’. We searched for the answer to that question! What is there walking, rustling and sneeking through our backyard bushes....? We’ll have to wait until next Summer to find out! For A/W though, visit their website at

Everything in the world interests me. Small and tiny like a little feather or big and endless like space, the galaxy and the moon. My inspiration is always about discovering, learning, searching and a little imagination. My collections always start with a Dutch sentence, from a book, a poem or a song. The sentence in81

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Take a look at our eeniemeenie edit. Baby clothing and accessories have never looked so good.

Cotton mobile, Pinch Toys Dungarees, Olivier Baby & Kids

Baby jeans, I dig denim

Bubble Bath, Love Soap

Knitted jumper, Bobo Choses

Sleeping bag, Lulu & Nat


Hat, Panda & the Sparrow

Leggings, Little Indians

Bath oil, Naif Sleepsuit, Scamp

Sleepsuit, The Bright Company

Toucan babygrow, Ettel Bettel

Stroller bag, Elodie Details

Gift set, Darlo

Knitted dungarees, Doodle Do

Mobile, Bisou de Lou

Wooden mobile, Scamp


Photography: A P Wilding Styling: Faye Sawyer

Jesuslina: Glasses by Zenni Kids. Cape by No Added Sugar. Leopard baby body by Soft Gallery


Make up: Elizabeth Hsieh. Hair: Sarah O’Brien. Photographers Assistant: Ally Clarke. Models: Poppy at Bonnie and Betty, Jesuslina at Kids London, Fin at Signature Models, Danya at SYTA, Isabella, Jaden, Shane, Chinn and Sarah at Elizabeth Smith, Lewis at Bruce & Brown

Cool specs

Shane: Glasses by Specsavers Disney collection. Shirt by Ralph Lauren. Coat by Rachel Riley. Isabella: Glasses by Zoobug. Hat by Charlotte Simone. Jacket by Petit Tribe. Poppy: Glasses by Zenni Kids. Cape and dress by Maino. Chinn: Glasses by Dolce & Gabbana. T-Shirt by Little Remix.


Poppy: Glasses by Zoobug. Dress by I love gorgeous. Camel cape by Little Remix. Fin: Glasses vintage Chanel. Hat by Asos. Shirt and waistcoat by Scotch Shrunk. Jayden: Glasses by Dolce & Gabbana. Pea coat by Scotch Shrunk. Isabella: Glasses by Zoobug. Dress by No Added Sugar.


Lewis: Glasses by Zoobug. Soldier jacket by Rachel Riley. Sarah: Glasses by Specsavers Disney collection. Peter Pan collar shirt by Rachel Riley. Sweater by No Added Sugar. Chinn: Glasses by H&M. Metallic coat by Someday Soon. Danya: Glasses by Zoobug. Plastic mac by H&M. T- shirt by Redbubble. Necklace by H&M kids collection.



In this issue Ruby picked out the award winning Smalls for her ‘Ruby loves’ section. Read on to find out why...


Ruby Loves

Ruby fell in love with the amazing softness of merino when she tried on the gorgeous products from Smalls. This wonderful collection of long sleeve and short sleeve tops, vests, tanks and trousers are made for comfort and that is exactly what Ruby loved about them. Beautifully soft, cosy and warm, perfect for lazy days, under school-wear in the colder months and running around outside when it’s hot. These pieces are all-year-round items that are made to last. 91

Ruby fell in love with the amazing softness of merino ever since she tried on the gorgeous products from Smalls. This wonderful collection of long sleeve and short sleeve tops, vests, tanks and trousers are made for comfort and that is exactly what Ruby loved about them. Beautifully soft, cosy and warm, perfect for lazy days, under school-wear in the colder months and running around outside when it’s hot - these peices are all year round items that are made to last. a

Ruby wanted to keep the Smalls clothing on all day! She was so cosy in them and said they felt as comfy as pyjamas! She also loved that they were

“They feel really soft on my skin and I really like the delicate colours” For information on Smalls and to buy, visit their website at 92

understated. The sort of pieces you can throw on and they will go with everything. The trousers were really warm and easy to wear and the detailing is spot on. Smalls gets a big thumbs up from Ruby!


Pippa’s Picks


Play and Go

These ingenious play mats and storage bags by Play & Go are Pippa’s pick of the season. These fantastic play mats and storage bags in one are every parents dream come true. Cool designs, hard-wearing fabric, a fantastic storage solution and a place to play make these wonderful mats the perfect addition to the home. Pippa loves being able to store all her soft toys, Lego and bits and bobs in these brilliant bags and when she’s ready to play - she can just grab it and all her toys are ready and waiting for her. Perfect for on the go too, these storage mats can be easily transported to car - to park -to home again making it really simple to take everything you need to and from home whether that be towels, picnic rug, favourite blankets and toys - everything you need to take to keep the little ones happy when on the move. There are lots of fantastic patterns and colours to choose from and what’s extra special about them is that they are parent friendly too! These play mats look fantastic around the modern home, so you don’t need to hide them under the bed! 95

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With a variety of prints from moustache to harlequin to chevron stripes and lots of colours to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect Play & Go playmat for your childs bedroom or playroom.

Pippa wears: Grey tunic, Beanie & Bear. Black star tights, Funky Legs. 96

“I love my Play & Go mat because when mum moans about my room being untidy it’s easy to pack everything away!”

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motives Sleepy moons, fun peg boards, the softest blankets and lots more... read on to see what’s hot in children’s interiors this season. You’ll be re-decorating in no time!

We are in love with the gorgeous new bedding range from The Bright Company. This amazing ‘Polka Moons’ print was designed with exclusive illustrations from the children’s book illustrator Sarah Dyer. This super soft bedding will keep those little explorers cosy and warm while letting them dream about star trekking the universe! We love everything in the Lullabuy online store. From bedding to furniture to lighting you’ll find everything you need in this unique and really cool shop. Lullabuy stocks the best of interiors from brands such as Ferm Living, Fine Little Day, MiniWilla and April Eleven plus many more.


These new playmats by Elodie Details are the perfect addition to a childs playroom or bedroom. In ultra cute patterns and colours, these playmats are the ideal mat for those stylish parents who want style as well as practicality. We want one in every colour!

Rowen and Wren have a fantastic range of children’s interiors and toys that will look beautiful in any house. We love these super cool peg boards that come in a variety of colours. Supplied with a range of colourful wooden pegs, it looks as good as it is useful. Display your favourite drawing, postcards, homework list or even jewellery and toys. We love!


Turner and Cox are a super cool supplier of vintage furniture and accessories and their range of gorgeous industrial pieces are stunning. The kids range include vintage toys, furniture and lighting and are sourced from all over Europe. Check out their website for lots of amazing finds.

Beautiful childrenswear brand Olivier Baby & Kids have expanded their super soft cashmere into gorgeous cushions. Snuggling up on the sofa just got a whole lot cosier!

Woodly have a new version of their floor bed in a beautiful dark wood. Woodly ensures that their process is completely sustainable using renewable resources. We love that these gorgeous beds are stackable and can even be turned into a bookshelf when your little one has grown out of it 104

Ava & Yves’s beautifully soft blankets are 100% Scandinavian wool and are naturally water repellant and anti-bacterial. The gorgeous designs and delicate colours will look stunning in any room. Our favourite is the Ava & Yves lion print blanket. Perfect for snuggling up in bed.

Rosita Lollipop has many amazing goodies instore and not least are these fabulous Nathalie Lete melamine plates. With her signature painted style, this dinnerware will brighten up every dinnertime


The Great British Bake off is well under way and what better way to look the part than in this awesome apron by Sas & Yosh. With gorgeous designs in beautifully bright colours, this apron is a must for budding little chefs!

The new Maison Lapin collection from Lapin and Me is inspired by cute kitty cats and Japanese prints. We love these gorgeous cat print cushions.

We all like our children to get a peaceful nights sleep, but sometimes that’s a hard task when potty training. That’s why we LOVE the Quack Quack Moo bed pro and seat protector. Now it’s easy to deal with little toilet mishaps at 3am as it’s 100% waterproof and absorbent. What’s more, its machine washable so can be used time and time again.


This season, hand made boiled wool slippers and colour blocked knitted blankets have been added to the Camomile London collection with new additional colours like rich Dark Crimson and Dark Grey being added to the thick quilts. Perfect colours for winter.

We have been mourning over the loss of Love Frankie’s clothing range. But no need to despair, they have the most awesome interiors to spruce up our homes including these rad lampshades. Love!


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A Tropical Paradise... in the UK! We love going on holiday, all that gorgeous sun, sounds of kids laughter, palm trees swishing in the gentle breeze... long delays at the airport, squashing all your belongings in a suitcase, insurance, money, passports... Yes holidaying abroad can be fun, but have you considered staying in the UK? There are beautiful locations to visit and fantastic kids facilities that your children will love, all a mere few hours drive away. Center Parcs has 5 gorgeous locations to choose from each with its own tropical paradise and tons to do whether the sun is shining or it’s pouring with rain. Read on for details of each park and some of the activities on offer.

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Subtropical Swimming Paradise The celebrated Subtropical Swimming Paradise is a permanent fixture in each of Center Parcs’ five attractions, with each village bringing something unique and special to their own Paradise. It is safe to say that no trip to the Subtropical Swimming Paradise is complete without a journey down the Wild Water Rapids, found at all villages bar Whinfell Forest, where the bold and courageous can embark on a picturesque, if somewhat frantic, outdoor tour of the Paradise facilities. Elveden Forest has become something of a hotspot for thrill-seekers and adrenaline junkies alike, thanks to its world first Tropical Cyclone, a ride allowing you to travel up to 30 miles per hour and experience zero gravity. They are also one of the villages to play home to the notorious Plunge Pool, where visitors are invited to test their nerve in the freezing temperatures. Of course, at the heart of each Subtropical

For those mums (or dads) wanting even further relaxation, why not head over to the Aqua Sana spa... Each Center Parcs location has its own uniquely designed spa, with a minimum of 15 spa experience rooms to explore. On offer is an extensive range of treatments (facial/body treatments, face/body therapies, duel treatments and nail care), carried out by expert therapists using products from the finest treatment houses including Elemis, Decleor and Mii. Swimming Paradise is the notorious main wave pool, simulating an exhilarating and thrilling experience, the likes of which guests would be hard done by to find at any other indoor (or outdoor) swimming pool. For those parents looking for a calmer set-up there is of course the new Lagoon Pool, providing an atmosphere perfect for some family relaxation. 111

The Villages Center

Parcs’ idyllic villages provide the ideal summer getaways for families chasing excitement and adventure, leisure and comfort along with bliss and serenity - bringing you closer to nature than ever before. The true charm of Center Parcs lies in its convenience. With there now being five Villages across the UK, reaching Center Parcs has never been easier - the country’s most beautiful and most natural surroundings have never been more readily available. Once guests have made the quick journey to their destination, they will find their new home set against a stunning backdrop of mesmerising forestry and wildlife. Families need only step outside their lodge to fully immerse themselves in the vast natural forest landscapes. From the comfort of their own personal gardens, guests are able to bask in the tree-filtered sunlight while losing themselves in blissful birdsong. Whinfell Forest, Cumbria In a beautiful setting on the edge of the Lake District, Whinfell Forest is a great place for wildlife watchers and nature lovers, especially when you catch sight of the red squirrels. Covering 400 acres of woodland dominated by Scots Pine and Norway Spruce, Whinfell Forest provides something of a haven for the endangered Red Squirrel. The Village is one of only 16 Red Squirrel refuges that remain in England, meaning that a dedicated Red Squirrel Ranger is employed onsite, whose job is to ensure the wellbeing of the Red Squirrels on the village and in the surrounding woodlands, ensuring their protection from the non-native Grey Squirrel. 112

Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire Set in 400 acres of magnificent pine forest, there’s an invigorating mix of woodland and lakeside, the perfect setting for exploring, relaxing and spending quality time with friends and family. Life revolves around the leafy terraces of the Village Square, where there’s a choice of places to relax and watch the world go by or discover our range of shops. Elveden Forest, Suffolk

Set in over 400 acres of stunning pine woodland in beautiful rural Suffolk, Elveden Forest offers calm and creative activities to adrenaline-fuelled

challenges. Our Watersports Lake and sandy beach offer water-based activities including cable water skiing, unique to Elveden Forest. The Subtropical Swimming Paradise is home to our award-winning, gravity-defying water ride, Tropical Cyclone. Longleat Forest, Wiltshire Set in 400-acre woodland with spectacular scenery and hundred-year-old Giant Redwoods. During your Wiltbe the showcase of our latest innovations. The design of this Center Parcs is the most exciting yet with beautiful undulating forest landscapes, the largest Subtropical Swimming Paradise, magical views over the lake and forest with modern Lodges bringing guests closer to nature. Opening last summer to great success, Center Parcs newest Village, Woburn Forest recently celebrated its one year anniversary on 6th June. Set within 362 acres of forest in Bedfordshire, the Village is home to Center Parcs’ largest Subtropical shire break, you can cycle, walk or catch the land Swimming Paradise, along with a state-of-the-art train. Located in the valley is the lake, the per- Aqua Sana spa, 625 lodges, a 75 bedroom hofect day trip or short break location where you and your family can spend time relaxing on the beach or out on the water. Woburn Forest, Bedfordshire Only an hour from London and nestled in a 365 acre forest, our new Village, Woburn Forest will

tel, six Spa Suites and a host of restaurants, shops and over 100 leisure activities (where families can enjoy any number of activities ranging from Aerial Tree Trekking to quad biking). It’s also Center Parcs’ closest Village to London, just four miles from the M1 junction 13 and only 50 minutes by rail from St Pancras, London. 113


Activities for the whole family… Sensory Adventure (Elveden Forest) - This compelling family adventure offers you the chance to explore our unique sensory woodland, testing your own sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell against the best woodland creatures in the animal kingdom. Boathouse - Feel the freedom of being on open water at any one of the stunning Watersports Lakes and beachfronts. On offer, there’s an extensive range of exhilarating water-based ac-


tivities and tuition, including Sailing, Kayaking and Raft Building. Open February to November throughout the year. Cycling - There exist few finer ways to take in the many sights that Center Parcs has to offer than on two wheels, with the numerous cycling routes trailing throughout the entire car-free village. Guests can either take in their own personal bikes or rent them on site. Falconry / Encounter with Owls – Come closer than ever before to the fascinating wildlife inhabiting the forest by experiencing majestic birds of prey fly from your gloved hand and return with effortless and mesmerising grace. For the younger members of the family, come say hello to some of the world’s most spectacular and beautiful breeds of Owls.

For teens with a sense of adventure… Action challenge:

For little ones…. Activity Den - just this year, Center Parcs launched its new Activity Den, across all five Villages. A dedicated children’s destination, it has been designed to answer guests’ increasing desire for family discovery and adventure.

• High Rope Challenge – Nerve-testing challenges in various high rope activities including leap of faith and the climbing wall • Aerial Adventure – Aerial rope course with daring descent. Instructors guiding you through various thrill-seeking challenges • Aerial Tree Trekking – Navigate the forest by whizzing down zip wires, scaling ladders and scrambling up traverse walls • Junior Quad Bikes – Guests are able to learn all the techniques for handling and controlling the quad bike from an instructor, before being invited to try their hand at the exhilarating, purpose-built track • Segway experience - Ride, glide and travel seamlessly around our Segway track in 21st Century style, using skill and precision to determine your route and speed. Stepping into the future has never been so easy. Visit for more information and details on how to book.

Activities in the Activity Den include: Woodland Adventurer (3-7 years) Forest Crafts: Mini Beasts (3 years+) Forest Crafts: Hobby Horse Hoedown (3 years+) Forest Crafts: Woodland Creations (3 years +) Chocolate Chefs Academy (3-7 years)


Eat Appy with Annabel Karmel Keep hungry tums happy with the help of Annabel Karmel and her brand new Family Cooking App. Feast your eyes on these nutritious recipes that are easy-to-prepare, simple to make and tasty to eat. In a drive to inspire every generation to explore new foods, Annabel has cooked-up a new Family Cooking app. From lunchboxes to light snacks, everyday essentials to prep ahead, it’s packed with more than 120 easy recipes. What’s more, it also includes an interactive kids cooking course where children make a recipe virtually then go on to cook it in the real world. Download Annabel Karmel Family Cooking via the App Store. For more information, visit This app is easy to navigate and built with family routines in mind, the recipes are split into everyday meals, quick & easy, prep ahead, lunchboxes and light snacks, sweets and weekend get-togethers. Created for children as young as 4 years, there are 12 recipe challenges to complete. For each one, Annabel’s trainee chefs first take part in an interactive ‘drag and drop’ cookery lesson. They then put their virtual experience to the test by cooking the real thing. 118

TURKEY, BROCCOLI, PEA AND TOMATO PASTA From Annabel’s Family Cooking App Ingredients 125g fusilli 75g broccoli florets 40g frozen peas 2 cooked turkey breast, diced 60g canned sweetcorn, drained 110g cherry tomatoes, halved 2 tbsp fresh basil, chopped Dressing 4 ½ tbsp light olive oil 1 ½ tbsp rice wine vinegar 1 tsp Dijon mustard ½ small clove garlic, crushed (optional) A dash of sugar

Method 1. 2. 3. 4.

Cook the pasta according to the packet instructions. Add the broccoli for the last 4 minutes and the peas for the last 2 minutes before the end. Drain and refresh in cold water. Tip into a bowl. Add the turkey, tomatoes, sweetcorn and basil. Mix all of the dressing ingredients and pour over the pasta. Season well.

Makes 4 portions



Ingredients ½ tsp sweet paprika 1 chicken breast, sliced into thin strips 1 tomato sliced 4 spring onions, sliced 4 tbsp sweetcorn 50g Cheddar cheese, grated 4 small tortilla wraps



1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Mix the paprika, chicken and seasoning together. Heat a little oil in a pan. Fry the chicken until brown and cooked through. Set aside. Put one wrap in the pan. Mix the chicken, tomato, onion, sweetcorn and cheese together. Put half of the mixture on top of the wrap. Put another wrap on top and press down. After a few minutes, carefully flip over and cook on the other side for 2 minutes. Slide onto a plate and slice into wedges.

Makes 2 portions

VEGETABLE TORTILLA WRAPS From Annabel’s Family Cooking App Ingredients 1 tablespoon olive oil 1⁄2 red onion, peeled and sliced 1 courgette, topped and tailed, and cut into strips 1⁄2 red pepper, deseeded and sliced 1 garlic clove, crushed 1 teaspoon curry powder 1 tablespoon mango chutney Salt and pepper 2 flour tortillas 40g cheddar cheese, grated

Method 1. Heat the oil in a frying pan, add the onion, courgette and pepper and fry for 2 minutes. 2. Add the curry powder and sauté for 1 minute, then add the garlic and fry for another 30 seconds. 3. Stir in the mango chutney, then season. 4. Warm the tortillas in a microwave for a few seconds, to make them more pliable. 5. Divide the vegetables between the two tortillas and sprinkle over the cheese. Roll up and cut in half. Makes 2 wraps


VEGETARIAN NASI GORENG From Annabel’s Family Cooking App Ingredients 200g rice 2 tbsp sunflower oil 2 eggs 2 tbsp soy sauce plus 1 tsp 2 shallots, thinly sliced 1 garlic clove, crushed 1 tbsp soft dark brown sugar 50g baby corn, cut into small disks Ÿ red pepper, diced 100g frozen peas


1. Rinse the rice and cook according to the packet instructions. Drain, rinse with cold water and leave to cool. 2. Heat 1 tbsp oil in a wok or frying pan . Beat the eggs with 1 tsp soy sauce and 1 tbsp water. Add to the frying pan and cook to make a large omelette. 3. Transfer to a board, roll up and cut into strips and transfer to a plate. Heat the remaining 1 tbsp oil and stir fry the shallots for 2 to 3 minutes until starting to brown. 4. Stir in the garlic and cook for one minute, then stir in the sugar and cook for 1 to 2 minutes, stirring until the sugar has melted. Add the pepper and corn and soften for 3 to 4 minutes. 5. Add the rice and peas and stir fry for 3 to 4 minutes until the rice is hot and peas are cooked. 6. Stir in the remaining soy sauce and omelette pieces and serve with extra soy sauce if liked. Makes 4-6 portions 122

ANNABEL’S FRUITY OAT BARS From Annabel’s Family Cooking App Ingredients 85g butter 90g brown sugar 55g golden syrup 100g rolled oats 30g Rice Krispies ¼ tsp salt 40g desiccated coconut 30g chopped dried apricots (ready to eat) 30g cranberries 30g raisins 40g chopped pecans (optional)

Method 1. Preheat the oven to 170°C/325°F 2. Line a 20cm square tin with baking parchment, with the parchment coming up the sides. 3. Put the butter, sugar and golden syrup in a large saucepan. 4. Heat gently, stirring occasionally, until the butter and sugar have melted. 5. Remove from the heat and mix in the remaining ingredients. 6. Spoon into the prepared tin and press out in an even layer (a potato masher is useful for this!) 7. Bake for 25 minutes, until golden around the edges. 8. Cool completely, then lift out of the tin and cut into 12 small bars. 9. You may need to store these in the fridge. Makes 12 bars 123

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Tania from awesome online boutique and blog, Maddie Rose Boutique has picked out her faves from the upcoming Autumn / Winter collections.

Leaves skirt, €49 Bobo Choses

Grey racoon socks, £9 Ebabee Rose Petra Star tights, £28.00 Stella McCartney

Fox knit, £34 Tootsa MacGinty

Hattie Monkey boots, £78-£82 Young Soles

Floral skirt, £26.50 Pigeon Organics 125

We love... We love... The amazing Oh...My! Autumn/Winter collection. Beautifully designed in gorgeous fabrics and silhouettes that your little girl will adore. We especially love the cool twinsets and stunning party dresses.

We love... These gorgeous new temporary tattooos from Tattoofab! The awesome cute fruits and fab bracelet designs make the perfect finishing touch to any outfit!

We love...The stunning new collection of dresses from the amazing Question Everything. These traditional dresses are beautifully hand smocked in the Phillippines and QE donates a percentage of its profits to Childhope Asia Philippinesa charity for the care and education of street children. 127

We love... The AMAZING new collection from awesome shoe designer, Amy & Ivor. Utterly divine colourful leathers, lace up designs and two tone beauties will ensure this range of moccasins stay the most sought after and the best moccs in town!

We love... We love... The gorgeous new A/W 15 collection from Piupia. Titled ‘where is the mole?’, these cosy and soft pieces will be the go to outfits for the 眀栀攀爀攀 椀猀 琀栀攀 洀漀氀攀㼀 䄀圀 ㄀㔀⼀㄀㘀 months. We love colder the cute little tails and pom pom details. 眀眀眀⸀瀀椀甀瀀椀愀⸀挀漀⸀甀欀

We love...The new baby collection from I dig denim. Keeping their signature cool denim style and soft comfy jersey. This collection is sure to be a winner for all those cool bubba’s out there! 128

We love... The cool and contemporary collection by Cotton Sparrow. This A/W we see simple and loose designs in easy to wear pieces that you can mix and match for that perfect laid back vibe.

We love...Little Mashers’ amazing Chalk + Talk do it yourself book. This soft little book is full of fun things to colour in and comes with three little chalk pockets so your little one can play at home, in a restaurant or on the go. What’s more, when they’ve finished drawing, the book can be wiped clean for another day!

We love...The stunning new collection of pretty jewellery from the mighty Rockahula Kids. Beautiful two-tone necklaces, cute little rings and bracelets in a fantastic range of colours make this gorgeous range a must have for all those girlie girls out there. 129

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