Posted in Design - Home DecorOctober 8, 2011
It looks like a VW camper but it is…a tent! You can fit a whole family in. I know my kids would love it, but they would probably even prefer to sleep in the small dog house!
(myself in a real VW camper, luxury version – with Haastens mattress, please…)
Posted in Design - Home DecorOctober 6, 2011
Kalon introduces a limited collection of beautifully handmade masks for Halloween. Made in New York by Amelia McIssac the masks are available in five whimsical styles: Coyote, Owl, Fox, Chicken and Bear.
Using traditional techniques passed down through generations, all masks have been handmade from wool from Ameila’s own sheep and plant dyed from her own garden.
Each piece is unique and the collection is very limited. There are only 50 beautiful masks to go around. So get yours fast. Available only at KalonStudios.com.
After Milan and Graz, kidsroomZOOM opened its Vienna last week with more than 20 international designers presenting contemporary art and furniture, as part of the Vienna Design Week.
I am hoping that Paola Noe will bring the event to London soon; London Design week 2012?
Participating to Kidsroom were az&mut (F), Bybo design (S), Bomb Design (D), breaded escalope (AT), Collect Furniture (DK), Caroline Gomez/mouta (F), Gommini (D), Liliane (NL), green lullaby, Hektik (NL), Johannes Hoffmann (AT), Kalon Studios (USA), KIdsonroof (DK), kubix (AT), Jaell & Tofta (D), jooloomooloo (AT), Junior Living (DK), Lou & dejlig (AT), Move-it product (GB), Nonjetable (F),Nonah (F), Pete Oyler (USA), perludi (AT), Punch’n’Cuddle (GB), Rijada (LV), The Collection (F), Thorsten van Elten (GB), Tukluk (AT).
Matali Crasset invites you to the Centre Pompidou in Paris, France to discover a new world looming over the city’s asphalt.
This world is a world of plants designed for children and those who accompany the Blobterre, a world with its own rules and inhabitants, where everyone can experience the influence it exerts on it’s environment.
To celebrate the event, Matali Crasset has created a t-shirt in collaboration with Misericordia. The t-shirts features a fantastic blobterrien named Floom.
Noeuf.fr is proud to distribute the Floom kid’s t-shirt online, in exclusivity.
If you happen to be in Paris this October, don’t miss the wonderful Blobeterre of Matali at the Centre Pompidou.
Posted in Mood of the dayOctober 3, 2011
Creation : September 2010
Country of origin : France Country of production : France
Name of the founder : Marie Laure RENIERRead more
Posted in Mood of the dayOctober 2, 2011
Thanks to Faith Tilleray, the passionated woman behind children’s wear label Damesfly for introducing me to the work of Isabelle de Borchgrave.
On her blog Faith writes : “I am totally inspired by the work of Isabelle de Borchgrave. We’re working on some painted pieces for the Spring/Summer 2012 collection and these amazing paper dresses have spurred us on to try even more new ideas.”
Can’t wait to see Damesfly‘s new collection!
Posted in Parent & Child interviewsSeptember 29, 2011
Honore is the youngest boy ever interviewed on Pirouette, but the little 19 months old is already very opinionated. Obsessed with cars (toys AND real ones) and anything with wheels, he’s always ready for big fun like having his head upside down or running super fast and kicking the ball. Let’s read more about him and mother Elisa Lempicka, Consultant and Design Director for Lolita Lempicka.Read more
Posted in BrandsSeptember 28, 2011
Country of origin Italy – Country of production We design and develop our garments at our Italian Headquarters in Asolo, controlling every stage of their production, including: cutting, preparation, dyeing of fabrics, finishing, sewing of details, application of accessories and pressing. Through a team of expert in-house technicians, we coordinate and personally monitor a carefullyRead more
Posted in Parent & Child interviewsSeptember 25, 2011
Today we welcome Isobel, 5 years old and her mother Lindsey, journalist and founder of Urban Mums. Lindsey reports : “Izzy loves listening to music and dancing, especially “streetdancing” which she can’t believe she learned on her own. She is not a fan of wearing jeans, preferring dresses and leggings instead. Izzy enjoys drawing pictures of rapunzel, mermaids and unicorns. And she also loves chocolate brownies, and chocolate gelato from Gelato Mio”.Read more