In 2004, Romaine Coonghe realised that although she could easily find discounted designer and boutique labels for adults, nobody was catering for time-hungry, working parents like herself who want to dress their children in beautiful, stylish, high-quality clothing and accessories at affordable prices. Junior Style as a concept was founded and has been growing in popularity ever since.
Category Archives: Children’s fashion
Aya Naya’s Autumn Winter collection for 2013/2014 is just adorable! Cozy knits, sweet dresses and lots of wearable pieces, in layers. This is the quintessential Danish style, functional, comfortable and just very cute.
Are you all set for the holiday? Secure your child’s holiday wardrobe now, and receive it beautifully wrapped in the post. There’s everything from wonderfully chic and warm winter coats to pretty party dresses in store now at Mora. Here’s a few ideas on what you’d perhaps like to consider for your girl -and yes -they do boys clothing too, sizes up to 14 years.
Brands include Pale Cloud, Soft Gallery, Petit by Sofie Schnoor and many more. Mora-store.com
In collaboration with the Swedish restaurant Lisa’s in Portobello Road and online children’s shop Mayamin there will be a one day only pop-up shop and Scandinavian Christmas Market in Notting Hill.
Browse through beautiful children’s clothes age 0-6, from Scandinavian brands such as MeMini, Miniature, Aya Naya, Dundelina, Janus, Lilleba and Ugly.
Also, this is a great opportunity to sample some of the traditional dishes, from Lisa’s. There’s also a tasting menu available, especially for today, that’ll include
* Meatballs with beetroot salad £3 each
* Oven roasted ham with mustard on a traditional Swedish Christmas bread £2.50 each
* Grav lax with mustard sauce £2.50 each
* Mushrooms and blue cheese cream £2.00 each
Open from 10am in 305 Portobello Road, nearest tube Ladbroke Grove. Hope to see you there!
Artistic and playful, the creations from Jumina, are known for their fairytale design. It’s unusual combination of favourite colours, there’s polka dots and stripes, fabrics ranging from tulle to soft cotton and wool. This is children’s clothes, like nothing you’ve seen before.
When there was no cool and comfortable denim jeans for children, Hanna Clavegård decided to design them herself. I Dig Denim was founded and we featured the Swedish brand first time back in 2010 Denim for small people with big personalities Today the brand caters for children from 0 to 12 years and includes not only a variety of cool denim styles but also some soft cotton tees and wool knitwear.