Mole Little Norway is launching it’s coming collection for Autumn Winter 2015 in Pitti Bimbo 80 in Florence, Italy this weekend. The collection is inspired by Norwegian heritage and craft traditions. These beautiful garments are in a soft and warm wool quality, suitable for frosty days. See a sneak preview here!
Mole Little Norway’s timeless children’s clothing collection for Spring Summer 2014 is clearly inspired by sports and activities such as tennis and sailing. The garments are fine knits in high quality, well made with a beautiful finish for children age 0 – 12. Classic, yet playful and comfortable.
Mole Little Norway have launched a preview of their coming collection for Autumn Winter 2014, just in time for the leading European trade show, Pitti Bimbo Florence Italy. The Norwegian brand is inspired as much of Scandinavian nature, heritage and knitting traditions as it is of the current fashion trends -which creates a unique combination of timeless design for children.
The Autumn Winter 2013 campaign images for the Norwegian children’s fashion brand Mole Little Norway is finally out. And it’s another beautiful collection, in pastels combined with deep purple and chocolate brown with fine knits in soft and comfortable alpaca, lamb and merino wool.
The Mole Little Norway AW13 will arrive in stores very soon. Meanwhile, hope you’ll enjoy a small preview of the new collection here.
The images is captured by Norwegian photographer Geir Øyvind Gismervik. The nostalgic hats, that goes so well with the various of garments based on traditional Norwegian knitting patterns, are from Swedish CTH Mini.
With a colour palette based on sun bleached paint, Mole Little Norway takes us straight back to those lazy days at the summer house. The sort of day where you as a child used to have no plans when running out after breakfast, other than exploring and playing with your friends. The days with no clouds, only fun times riding the bike and swimming in the lake, before cooling of on the porch with mums homemade ice cold squash, served from a large jug.
The styles are timeless and comfortable, the knit is in delicate cotton, soft next to skin. The dresses and beautiful jumpers ensures comfort as well as your child will be well dressed for all occasions. The playful striped one-piece suit are made for play and activity. Put a sunhat on top and they are ready to go fishing for crabs!
Mole Little Norway creates children’s fashion for boys and girls 0-12 years old. See more about this Norwegian brand online at mole.no
Children and wool was part of my inspiration to start up this blog. In Scandinavia the children are dressed in wool throughout the colder months to keep dry and warm. And even though the UK is wet, windy and cold during Autumn and Winter, with temperatures dropping to sub zero, whilst the arctic winds sweeps trough the country, the children would be dressed in cotton and artificial fleece to keep warm.
Knowing the benefits of a natural material like wool and also having experienced the super soft qualities of Merino and Alpaca wool in addition to beautiful silk wool blends and wool fleece we have available nowadays, it would a shame not to share it.
In Scandinavia wool is a large part of every child’s winter wardrobe. And it’s not only the hat and scarf that is in the warming material. Most importantly is what’s next to skin; underwear, tee and tights. There’s also a wonderful selection of knitted jumpers, beautiful dresses and funky knitted trousers, There’s socks and baby booties, hooded coats and ponchos, baby sleeping bags, blankets and toys -all in wool.
In the UK it seems hard to find wool clothes for children. In Scandinavia most childrenswear shop would have a dedicated wool section. Changing the way parents dress their children, or opening up to new materials (when all the parents can remember is acrylic jumpers and itchy wool) is not happening over night. But importnat evnets like the Wool Week, supported by HRH the Prince of Wales, is trending. And there’s lovely blog inspiration via sites Wool Rocks, to get you started on your own wool project. However, with a slightly limited crafty talent, we love sites like MorMor that provides home knits -if you don’t master the knitting pins yourself. And as wool is trending, more and more International shops are not only including but specialsing in wool; Mayamin London, Ella’s Wool New York, The Island Wool Company, Faroe Island Next time you’re shopping for kids clothes, check the tag -look out for wool!
Wool Brands, worth checking out!
Gudrun & Gudrun, Faroe Island
Lilli og Leopold, Norway
Alpaca Society, Norway
Mole Little Norway, Norway
As we grow, Iceland