Posts in Kids
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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FUB

Founded in 2006 by Anne Sofie Olrik and Lotte Bundgaard, FUB makes classic, comfortable and sustainable knitwear for kids and women. Every item is carefully created and produced with a demanding regard for details and craftsmanship. The collections are purely made of OEKO-TEX certified merino wool and GOTS certified organic cotton. For 10 years their production has been limited to a minimum meaning that they only produce for orders – not for stock and not for waste.

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Nuage Kids

Nuage means cloud in French. Clouds evoke the carefree days of childhood spent lying in the grass gazing at the sky. Imagination. Simplicity. Freedom. Nuage Kids is a small business based in the suburbs of Paris, France. Born out of a love for design, illustration, animals, nature and of course children. Founded by Jade Rae, an Australian designer/maker who has lived in France since 2010.

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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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Rabbit Hole

Katinka and Gabriëlle are an innovative design duo that have been successfully working together in baby and children's fashion for over 10 years. Because of their passion for design and sustainability in combination with their successful way of working together they decided to set up a brand with their own vision. This leap into the deep, their discovery of a circular system and their surprising designs is what Rabbit Hole stands for. With a nod to 'Alice in wonderland' down the rabbit hole; adventure to the unknown!

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Fabelab

Fabelab, founded in 2013 by Michaela Weisskirchner-Barfod, is a playful organic Scandinavian children’s interior brand that believes in creating high quality, innovative and responsibly made products for a cosy and creative home. From their Copenhagen studio, they design products that encourage curiosity and imagination. The products are multipurpose and grow with the family, gathering stories and memories along the way.

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Tuwi London

Tuwi London´s soft blankets and throws, designed in Britain and made in Peru, are made of the the softest baby Alpaca fibers. Baby Alpaca is comparable to cashmere in terms of softness and is perfect for delicate skin, since it is natural, hypoallergenic, non-prickly, breathable, lightweight and has outstanding thermal qualities (bringing warmth in cold weather and keeping the body cool in heat). Founder Kasia McConaghy choose the name tuwi for her brand because it means baby alpaca in Quechua, the language of the Incas.

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Aidie London

Aidie London is a conscious company that sells ethical, sustainable baby & toddler products. Natural, organic materials are used to make their award-winning moccasins, booties and blankets designed to support your baby´s development. Not only is it important to take of our babies, we also need to take care of the planet for the next generation. Because the babies and toddlers of today will one day be the adults of this world.

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Bondi Bandits

Amy and Annie, Bondi girls and surfers, founded Bondi Bandits when they realized that there was a massive gap in the market for unisex, eco-friendly, kids surf clothing. The company produces rashies made out of discarded and recycled fishing nets that can be worn by both boys and girls (not the typical blue and pink ones they saw everywhere) and recyclable swim bags.  

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Origami Organics

Origami Organics, founded by Maria Maddalena Falaschi, is an Italian brand for babies from 0 to 24 months with apparel made from milk fiber and organic cotton. Origami was born with the aim of creating clothes that are good for our children, putting first their health and their future which means that the social and environmental aspects of production cannot be overlooked. The fabrics used are natural, eco-friendly and rich in beneficial properties that can take care of your child's skin, respecting the environment and the people who make it.

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MORI

MORI, meaning forest in Japanese, is an innovative company that crafts the world’s softest and highest-quality baby clothes made sustainably. Founded by Akin Onal and Cameron Miller, MORI believes that every moment is worth embracing; from the sleep deprived times to the loving cuddles, every moment is important. That’s why they create products that help to welcome a baby into the world, with a gentle touch from natural materials.

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Sleep no more

Sleep-no-more, founded in 2017, is a young, new and creative London based brand. Bringing trendy fashion back to babies and toddlers with amazing prints and quality organic products (bodysuits and t-shirts with long and short sleeves) that'll make you go "Oouuu".

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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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Lanco Toys

Lanco Toys is a family business from Barcelona dedicated to the design and manufacture of 100% natural rubber toys since 1952. All toys are made of 100% pure natural rubber from the Hevea Brasiliensis tree. Quality is the main driver and it's present all along the production process resulting in a unique product free of PVC, BPA, Nitrosamines and Phthalates and being hand-painted with food grade dyes.

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Oeuf

Oeuf, created by Michael Ryan and Sophie Demenge, started with just one crib, and has grown to produce several lines of stylish nursery and junior furniture, kids’ clothing, fun toys and elegant yet whimsical décor objects, sold all over the world. Michael and Sophie live in Brooklyn with their two children, who are their main source of inspiration for creating new products.

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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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Lillydoo

When Sissi Rasche, co-founder of LILLYDOO, became a mother in 2011 she made sure that the products she used for her baby were free of perfume, parabens and PEG´s. She committed the same importance to the production of diapers and wipes for LILLYDOO. The products, made in Europe and developed in cooperation with midwives, are free of any nasty ingredients, like endocrine disruptors, perfume, PEG´s, parabens, chlorine, glyphosate and dioxine.

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Hevea

The name Hevea is derived from the Latin name for the rubber tree, Hevea Brasiliensis. The natural rubber it produces is the foundation of the product range of Hevea. Using natural rubber, rather than synthetic rubber made from oil, Hevea acts against climate change by increasing the number of trees and cutting back on the use of fossil fuels.

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