By the age of 16, the average American child has seen over hundred thousands of advertisements. We all live in an Empire of Signs,
In amongst all the grand glitz and glamour of The Oscars there was a little short film hailing from the UK, drawing your attention to life in a silent world. The film explores a deaf child’s difficulty of understanding and communicating whilst not being able to hear the sounds of the world around her. ‘The Silent Child’ shone bright winning the Oscar for Best Live Action Short Film. Written by Rachel Shenton, and directed by Chris Overton.
Oscar Cauchi was born in Antwerp (Belgium) 16 years ago. At the age of 11, he moved to Porto with his family, a move dictated by his father’s business.
If you would have told me at that time that she would one day become my assistant at Pirouette (that was in 2013!), it would have seemed a long shot. But if you would have told me that she would become a pop singer one day, I would have totally have bought into that idea. This girl has soul! She had it then, and she has it now.
Who doesn’t like to pull a funny face or shout as loud as you can if given the chance. This is what photographer, producer and Kid’s wear magazine publisher, Achim Lippoth asks a number of children to do in this fun short. We love it, so thought we would share…
This summer we went to India en famille. Only virtually, to play, dream and learn. It was fun and it left us lots of vivid memories. Not to mention a lot more knowledgeable about this remarkable country.
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.
Where do our favourite childrenswear owners and designers go on holidays? Some destinations will make you dream, big time!
It’s both scary and exciting to think that I’ll soon leave my little family for three weeks, to travel to the Himalaya mountains to help a medical team bring health care to people in remote rural Nepal.
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.