A garden party you’ve been invited to or just because the weather is so nice, surrounded by leafy trees, green lawn and flower beds, garden chairs grouped casually, fresh flowers and candle lights on the table. Let the party begin!
A garden party -photo from high-heels.com
We’ve made a quick selection of the party dresses we think would suit your little midnight summer dream princess.
Diy flower arrangement from the inspirational Little White Blog.
Founded in 2008 by Jenny Arvidsson, Swedish brand LiandLo provides babies and children up to age 6 with colourful cartoon inspired bright and fun clothing. Also included in the collection is fabrics, as their prints has become so popular.
LiandLo Spring Summer 2013 collection is available in online shop Love It Love It Love It
Online children’s shop Scandinavian Minimall is inviting all readers of Little Scandinavian along to a fun pop-up event at new French restaurant Assiette Anglaise in Islington, North London. Assiette Anglaise is an all day modern brasserie, and we highly recommend a visit if you haven’t been already. Great food, reasonable prices and a relaxed atmosphere makes it a perfect venue for a family meal.
It’s a party -and you’re invited! Pop in for a drink and browse through all the gorgeous news for Spring Summer, including popular labels like Mini Rodini, Beau Loves, Poppy Rose and Soft Gallery. There will also be a children’s fashion bargain basket with up to 70% off. See invite below and don’t forget to tell your friends! Goody bag for each guest. See you there?
The Scandinavian Minimall pop-up shop is taking place on Thursday May 9th 2013 between 2-6 pm.
Address: 489 Liverpool Road, Islington, London N7 8NS
Katrine Rohrberg, 32 year old Danish photographer, trained by Signe Vilstrup and graduated in 2008 from Kts in Denmark. Today Danish Elle, Custommade and fashion brands like Munthe plus Simonsen, Baum und Pferdgarten, Designers Remix and Poppy Rose are all in her portfolio. Rohrberg’s work is beautiful, innocent, and soft with a twist of cool edginess.
© Katrine Rohrberg Photo 1 to 3 Poppy Rose, photo 4 and 5 Designers Little Remix, photo 6 and 7 via Sanctuary Blog
Katrine is represented by the Swedish agency Eyes Production, an agency supporting image makers, both in print and film, covering the world of art, commissioned work as well as editorial. See more about Eyes at eyes.se
Katrine is also represented by tomorrowmanagement.com
See more of Katrine Rohrberg Work here katrinerohrberg.dk
Adolescence, meaning “to grow up” in Latin, is a transitional stage, from puberty to legal adulthood. The period of adolescence is most closely associated with the teenage years. A teen, no longer a child, but yet not an adult. It’s a challenging nevertheless wonderful time.
Danish brand GRO Company founded the label Sprout by GRO when they found a gap in the market, clothes for growing girls, age 8-14. And we love the styles, the soft shades and fabrics, the cut that capsules in a relaxed yet edgy fashion.
Sprout by Gro SS13
Did you know? About girls and being a teenager…
• The average onset of puberty is at 10 or 11 for girls.
• During their peak height velocity (growth spurt), teen girls grow 3.5 inches (9 cm) a year.
• The weight gained during teenage years constitutes nearly half of one’s adult body weight.
• For girls early maturation can sometimes lead to increased self-consciousness, and consequently they would be more likely to develop eating disorders.
• During their teens they develop an advanced reasoning and logical processes to social and ideological matters such as interpersonal relationships, politics, philosophy, religion, morality, friendship, faith, democracy, fairness, and honesty.
• Girls have usually reached full physical development by ages 15–17.
See more about Adolescence at Wikipedia
Children’s shop and the number one destination for trendy design from Scandinavia is the Kensal Rise based shop Kidsen. We popped in today, and the store was filled with gorgeous Spring Summer news. “I’m really striving to find new cool brands to surprise and intrigue the customers, whilst of course continuing the more established and popular ones” said Corina, the Swedish owner. And we must admit, once again, she’s spot on.
With the most trendy kids labels in store, gorgeous accessories and shoes this fashion led London children’s boutique is a must visit. With books and toys too, this is a place to get hold of that perfect present for the trendy tot.
If you don’t happen to be in London, don’t dispair… Kidsen is online too! To see news from Mini Rodini, Indikidual, Shampoodle, Gro Company, Ferm Living and Lucky Boy Sunday – head to kidsen.co.uk
Currently occupying the pop-up area in in the Kidswear department on the 4th floor of Selfridges…
The girls dresses by the new children’s fashion brand, Little Troll is quite versatile with it’s minimalistic style. With a collection including only 2 styles; The Sketch dress and the Littlestich dress, prices from £69, both chic and comfortable to wear. The idea of the Norwegian designer is to create a simple yet beautifully made dress that can be styled according to occasion.
© Little Troll SS13
The Little Troll Sketch dress is in a simple A-line shape, it’s sleeveless and with a draped neckline, concealed zip at the back. It comes in four different colours; sherbert, licorise, popcorn and candyfloss together with a contrast licorise strip belt.
The LittleStich dress is a sleeveless shift dress with stitched detail and two buttons at the neck. We love the contrast top stich collar, pocket and hem. There’s a single button fastening at the back. Available in cloud grey, berry, off white and biscuit.
Both dresses are in sizes from age 2 to 10. Prices from
© Little Scandinavian. Little Troll at Bubble London June 2012
The Little Troll pop-up shop will be there, in Selfridges until the 26th of May. make sure to stop by if you are in the area. We have! See all about it here. Some of the dresses are also available from notsobigshop.com
To find out more, visit little-troll.co.uk