Petit Bateau has real talent to finding the best collaborations for memorable capsule collections. Carven, Tsumori Chisato…and now French designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac. His colourful, whimsical style is the perfect mix with the iconic Petit Bateau pieces.
Freshly launched in London, shortstitch.com is a personal shopping service for kids aged 4 to 10 years. The perfect way to release busy parents from the task of spending hours searching the web and boutiques for cool outfits. This season’s top notch brands selection includes April Showers, Finger in the nose, American Outfitters, Scotch r’belle, Soft Gallery. A promise for impeccable style.
Published today by Thames & Hudson, I Can Make Dolls Clothes is a compact guide that teaches children aged 7+ to sew mix-and-match dolls’ clothes. By Louise Scott-Smith (former Head of Childrenswear Design at Liberty and Caramel Baby and Child) and Georgia Vaux (talented graphic designer, book designer and art director).
At Pirouette we love start ups and independent labels. We are thrilled when designers contact us about a new brand that fits perfectly with our vision and aesthetics. Freshly launched, Wild Boys & Girls is a good example of what makes us jump out of our seats with joy.
Winter is coming, let’s hope as late as possible. It is nevertheless time to think about warm items. Among the super cute baby outfits on the market, there is Treehouse by Anja Schwerbrock, A must see collection for who loves simplicity associated with gorgeous quality.
This summer will take us to Switzerland (for only long enough to allow us a swim in an Alpine lake), to Italy (Milan, Bergamo and Venice), to Lithuania (Vilnius), to the Latvian countryside (near Daugavpils) and to France (Saint-Remy de Provence, Les Landes – just above Biarritz and Bordeaux). Here’s the first chapter : Milan. A guided visit…
When was the last time – or indeed, the first time – that you went some place really wild with your kids? Not just off-road, but truly wild. Where there are no roads. A place that you might encounter an unfamiliar face. Perhaps the closest we’ve come to visiting a place that could be genuinely described as wild was Patagonia.