We are loving the Kardashian Kids AW15 collection that is available at Babies R Us and online at Nordstroms.
It was literally love at first sight when we were first introduced to Dress Rags. The playful lines and whimsical colors of the clothing in this line play off each other beautifully to form perfect summertime outfits.
Dress Rags believes domestic production, and is dedicated to continue working directly with local factories. Each batch of garments is produced in a small run, ensuring the handcrafted pieces are all unique and made with love. Dress Rags also personally sources all the fabrics, selectively choosing only the highest quality cottons for your littles.
We love how they’re pursuing authentic and imaginative styles, we love their dedication to local production — and we especially love how they stand for COLOR! We are so impressed with this brand, and can’t wait to see more from them in the future.
Photography/Direction :: Megan Dendinger
Model :: Ava, Trinity (Paloma Model + Talent), Anya, Lily
Babiekins Issue 6 is so much fun! It’s colorful and full of activities for the kiddos! You can take a closer look at issue 6 and purchase it HERE.
I am sure a lot of fashion interested people out there have heard or read the blog called The Sartorialist. Run by photographer Scott Schuman, who started the blog with the idea of creating a two-way dialogue about the world of fashion and its relationship to daily life. The blog is packed to the rim with interesting photos from around the world, capturing people on the street wearing their personal favorites.
Here are my “mini” versions of some of the photographs from the blog! – Minor De:tales
1. C DE C, Flora T-shirt
2. FINGER IN THE NOSE, Canvas Romy shorts
3. HOPHOPHOP, Round Locket
4. SONS + DAUGHTERS, The Lenny
5. BOBO CHOSES, Rope belt
6. APRIL SHOWERS, Ghost Sandals
7. MY NAME IS SIMONE, Jean-Louis shopping bag
after last week’s upset, hadley had her birthday party on saturday.
she wore her princess dress from last year.
the girls played hot potato + freeze dance
[but asked about the piñata the whole time!]
the piñata was beautiful yet deceptively strong!
each girl pulled a cord – but instead of candy + treasures pouring out – the whole thing fell from the ceiling!
it took a few parents to wrench it open.
we had a big crowd so i made two cakes.
it was a sweet day.
3. La Miniatura
4. Zara Kids
Valentine’s Day is in just a couple weeks and is such a fun little holiday for the kids. Making those sweet little mailboxes at school to collect a note from each friend was always something I so looked forward to on February 14 as a kid. I found a few looks that are just perfect for the sweetest holiday of all. The first two are cute and hip. The seconds are a little bit rocker and the third looks are dapper and simply adorable. Do you dress your kid up special for Valentine’s Day? Have a wonderful weekend!
Welcome to the first Spotlight! I will try and highlight a few labels from Down Under, that are very much up and coming or have been established over here, but might not be too known in the rest of the world.
When I first moved down to Australia, I was still very much searching for the equivalent to those amazing Scandinavian labels that I had left behind, when I moved from Copenhagen, Denmark. At a first glance, the Australian children’s fashion world was nothing but pink and blue – and lots of it! There was an overload of boisterous dinosaurs and cute flowers and the excitement I had felt back in Scandinavia felt slightly lost. But then I slowly started to find labels that was completely new to me, but were designed with the same sense of excitement.
Packed with with bold colors and raw prints. One of those labels were New Zealand’s MINTI. The label was born in 2003 and back then there really wasn’t any option for parents to dress their kids in high quality, cool clothing. The first season they designed went quickly off the shelves, and since then they have gone from strength to strength in their collections.
Their ethos “would we wear that if we were small” brings fresh air to all their artwork, which are designed by Nick Joblin, one of the art directors of the label. The hand drawn raw look appeals to both genders and is a huge reason to the success of this label.
Minti is coming into their 17th season this winter and have recently released their Winter 12 collection (unlike the European labels they release their collections to fit the Australasian region). The new collection dishes out a new dose of cool, for both girls, boys and babies. There are more clever graphics and prints, and as usual more bold colors to liven up those young wardrobes out there.
Minti is sold in Australia, New Zealand, United States, Japan, United Kingdom, Austria and Hong Kong.
I know, I know, Harem pants have been around for a long time, but it is one look that I still absolutely adore on a child. The comfort, the style, the uniqueness- I just love that about a pair of harems. I also love that the style is so appropriate for both boy or girl. I highlighted a few little things from these images (aside from the pants) that totally make me swoon. Happy Friday! –LINDSAY