Posts tagged Sustainable kids clothing
Little Llama

The driving forces behind Little Llama are Helle and Nicoline Løvschall – a successful mother and daughter team. While travelling in Peru, Nicoline got to know about baby alpaca wool, which is one of the world's most exclusive yarns and is the main component of the Little Llama children’s fashion collection today. Helle has many years of professional experience working with children and allergies in the Danish hospital service, and she also has a great natural focus on caring for children through a healthy environment.

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Jackalo

Jackalo was founded by mother, maker and long-time environmentalist Marianna Sachse. Marianna was always happy to receive hand-me-downs for her kids, but noticed that they petered out as her son grew bigger. Kids are notoriously rough on their clothes, their pants don’t last a month, let alone an entire school year, without rips in the knees.

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Trixie

The main source of inspiration at Trixie is the infinite imagination of a child. From newborn to teen, children own an immense fantasy, that they use to discover the world around them. We want to celebrate this fantastic characteristic by developing products and prints that create a playground from which imagination can take flight! The cheeky prints and spot on colors are the signature elements of the brand.

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Swearhouse

When Alice Kok and Bart Baekelandt started Swearhouse in 2010 they had a lot of experience in the creative field as designer and illustrator. They wanted to start their own label to be able to sell their own products. They experimented with different media, materials and techniques, but it was not until 2011 that they designed and made their first kids clothes. 

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