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Florence Rolando

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Summer Holiday Stories Part III

August 22, 2017

Where do our favourite childrenswear owners and designers go on holidays? Some destinations will make you dream, big time! Third part of the best summer 2013 holiday memories of cool families : Oeuf Clothier in South of France, Naif Magazine in Spain, Zid zid kids in Tangier, Pom d’Api in Les Cevennes, Agence Violette in Andalusia.
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Family Travel

Summer Holiday Stories, Part II

August 3, 2017

Where do our favourite childrenswear owners and designers go on holidays? Some destinations will make you dream, big time!

Repost from September 2013

Second part of the best summer 2013 holiday memories of cool families : Milk Magazine in Mallorca, Lucky Wang across Europe, Babyccino in Washington State, Clotaire in Ibiza and Pink Chicken in The Hamptons. Continue Reading

Business

Atsuyo & Akiko – 10 years Anniversary

June 14, 2017
Atsuyo & Akiko - 10 years Anniversary

In April 20017, Atsuyo Yang & Akiko Mukae created their brand Atelier Atsuyo et Akiko. A brand that is dear to Pirouette. Their gorgeous cotton tees and tutus with vibrant glitter and sequins, their “so kawai” necklaces & accessories are iconic.  Continue Reading

Culture Design - Home Decor

Green Architecture To Fight Poverty

May 16, 2017

The Mashambas Skyscraper is a project designed to improve the lives of small farmers in Swahili, East Africa. It will host education, training on agricultural techniques, cheap fertilizers, and modern tools. The structure will be made of simple modular elements, easy to assemble, deconstruct and transport.

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Design - Home Decor

Muskhane, Handmade in Nepal

May 6, 2017

The clothing and homeware of Muskhane is inspired by the energy of Nepal, entirely handmade in a palette of rich and vibrant colors. The home collection, in felted wool brings softness and good cheer, where clean lines and high design meet fun and whimsy.  In 100% cashmere extra fine-knit, the garment collection is incredibly soft and inviting.
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