‘The kids have got the blues’ here is the new manifesto of Wolf & Rita new AW14/15 Collection.

    “The spirit of Rock n’Roll, music stars and fast vintage cars are the main source of inspiration for these new shirts and dresses for all the cool kids out there. Winter can be the season of long rainy days and grey skies above. It can also be the time for warm clothes, a nice cup of hot milk and chocolate, and lazy afternoons lightening to music and playing with friends at home or in the nearby park. So at Wolf & Rita we hope to take the blues and the warmth of a nice shirt or dress. At Wolf and Rita we love the Winter and we sure do love the blues”

    For this new collection, Wolf & Rita has reached new markets by doubling their selling points all around the world. We remember their first collection a few years ago when we bumped into their booth at Playtime Paris. Year after year, Claudia & Sonia, are suprising us with their huge peter pan collars and exclusive prints, thanks ladies!

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  • OISHI-M Summer 2014

    Oishi-m is very excited to be launching their anticipated collection of Summer 14. There’s a so much pop and heaps of summery vibes!

    Designed in Torquay, Victoria, Australia, Oishi-m have a cult following behind their limited edition garments that are every so practical, comfortable and stylish. There are amazing shorts and leggings, skirts and dresses and their well-known denim range with their signature skinny and chubba jeans styles perfect for daily adventures.

    This Summer introduces a new style, a T Dress.  The Yama T Dress is part of their Global Collection and features bright and colourful mish mash of soft jersey Oishi-m fabrics combined with a super cute front pocket. It’s finished off with a scalloped hem perfect for growing little girls. The Yama T Dress is exclusively at www.oishi-m.com and Oishi-m Torquay.

    Enjoy shopping on their website, Oishi-m Torquay store or visit one of their lovely stockists.







    The new collection of the gorgeous Australian brand ‘Peggy‘ is now out!

    Named after the Melbourne’s designer grandmother, Peggy aims to keep an air of “old fashioned whimsicality’ in its gorgeous designs. The range features dresses, pants, nappy covers and hats – all of which can be mixed and matched for a quirky boho effect. Peggy’ size range is from 0-3M to 6 years and stocked in high-end children’s and lifestyle boutiques.

    Visit their website here, happy beginning of spring everybody!






    You have probably already heard of the French designer Adeline Affre for her quirky and beautiful jewellery line ‘Adeline Afffre’, launched in 2005. Today, Adeline is surprising us with colorful and poetic home items for both kids and adults (no need to be jealous this time!)

    By mixing Japanese prints and soft French cotton, no doubt ‘AA by Adeline Affre’ will bring happy colours to your house. In between comfortable pillows and unique patchwork blankets, there’s a lot to choose from!

    100% handmade in France – in a little workshop in Paris – Adeline associates shapes and colours together as simple as child’s play. Also, as an hommage to her jewellery, she designed an exclusive line for kids, including necklaces and bracelets entirely made of wood and rope. No more reason to find your kid in your jewellery box now…

    Now available on Adeline Affre‘s website.

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    Photos by Aurélie Lecuyer from Ledansla


    This October, mobility brand Bugaboo will launch the first result of its three-year collaboration with iconic lifestyle brand Diesel. Introducing a creative and fashionable take on a parenting essential, the eye-catching collection with unique details will let your newborn trooper stand out from the crowd.

    The first Bugaboo by Diesel collection will be in stores worldwide from October 2014. For store locations, please visit bugaboo.com

    image credit – danielle@impress_pr_studios


    Photographer Lee Clower

    Velveteen was founded with the idea of dressing bold, kind and happy children, who strive to discover the world around them.

    Velveteen embraces the exciting, fascinating and magical world of childhood. Since its inception, the brand has been offering chic, comfortable and timeless collections for babies and for girls. Next spring-summer season, Velveteen will also launch its first collection for boys !

    The brand’s clothes are beautifully and ethically manufactured in India with the finest fabrics. They are hand-embroidered and have unique details. Velveteen teams up with fair trade artisans whenever possible and seeks out social enterprise partners in India who are focused on providing sustainable income to marginalised communities.

    The AW 14’15 collection, effortlessly graceful and with all the playfulness needed, is now available on Velveteen’s website.

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    Jumper and shirt vintage


    Tassia wears Tee-shirt vintage -  Jacket Finger in the Nose – Skirt Macarons – Socks April Showers, Mika wears beanie Sergent Major – jumper Macarons – Pants & boots kid’s own – Schoolbag vintage


    Jumper and shirt vintage – Leggings April Showers


    Jumper Macarons – Scarf vintage


    Dress and schoolbag vintage – Cardigan Mamy Factory – Socks April Showers - Clogs Bosabo


    Jumper Macarons


    Beanie Sergent Major – Apron Bleu Comme Gris pour La Redoute – Shorts kid’s own – Schoolbag vintage

    Thanks to  Tassia et Mika
    Photographer  Lucie Cipolla
    Stylist Anaïs Génot
    Assistante stylist Catherine Ly
    Grooming Georgina Fillatraud



    In winter at papier mache, we love wearing vivid colors to lighten up the somber days and snuggling up in soft and warm knits at home.

    Here is a selection of the coolest winter looks by ‘What Mother Made‘, the new crush of our deputy editor Deborah Sfez.

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    Launched 2 years ago in the city of London, this handmade childrenswear label blends classic traditional shapes with contemporary, locally sources fabrics and prints. Crafted for kids aged new born to 8 years old, What Mother Made designs, cuts and sews everything form the UK, Dalston in East London.

    “We are firm believers in contrasting textures, fabrics and prints. The last season we’ve introduced African prints into the collection because of their vibrancy, playfulness and when paired with heritage english shapes is a fabulous contrast that we just love
    AW14 uses many of the heritage shapes we love; balloon trousers, round collar shirts as well as what has become our What Mother Made classic, the pleated front dungaree. We’ve paired them with wools, denims, fine needle corduroy and cottons and really tried to encapsulate what we believe is a firm movement towards bolder colours during the autumn/winter months”



    Dress Fendi


    Dress Tartine & Chocolat


    Dress Jean Bourget


    Dress Tartine & Chocolat


    Dress Twin Set


    Dress Mini Preen

    Photographer Thirza Schaap
    Stylist Ulrike Kache
    Make up artist Storme Webster