We loved the product we saw in Australian magazine Little One baby. Here’s a selection of colourful items, made out of natural materials, all with a handmade touch and an ecological approach.
Beautiful and quirky, Georges is a magazine that stimulates curiosity and revisits the traditional codes of children’s press. Created by author Johanne Nicolas, it is a mine for great graphic design and illustration, ideal for kids who love drawing and painting.
Online platform with a blog, newsletters and e-magazines, Circus covers areas like fashion, interiors and all aspects of the children’s world. Circus is based in Berlin, but published in English and German. Interview with Ruth Janessa Funk, the lady who created it.
New (and exciting – again!), The Loop is a quarterly magazine for children aged 9—13, that engages its readers in contemporary global and local issues in an approachable manner. We received the first issue a few months ago and read it “en famille” from beginning to
Little Mag number 10 will be out soon, and so will be Little Fashion Gallery’s eponymous label. A rather expected brand extension for the e-store whose collection will include a baby line (3-24 months) and a kids
The Trend Area at CIFF Copenhagen will show a sneak peek of “There’s a bluebird in my heart”, a kids editorial by Deborah Sfez & Mélanie Rodriguez for PAPIER MACHE. The magazine’s 5th print issue – The Dream issue – will be available
Doolittle number 11 is out, celebrating Summer. What else? Three inspiring fashion series, a reportage on raising bilingual children, an inquiry on the new generation of dads and much more, including a travel carnet that will take you to six South American countries.
Do you know Naif Magazine? This will be most likely a “YES” in continental Europe as Naif has been around for a while now. But the title isn’t very spread in other countries.
Doolittle issue #13 – Photo by Melanie Rodriguez. Relatively new, Doolittle magazine