STYLE TRACKER FOR KIDS

The lat­est trends and prod­ucts for lit­tle ones

Mother & Baby (Australia) - - Contents -

Must-have mini-me prod­ucts

FAB FEET

The lat­est range of kids shoes from Bobux has in­put from French de­signer Solène Roure. There are eight leather/canvas styles in two ranges: Xplorer City in sizes 18 to 22 for $60, and I-walk Ac­tiv in sizes 22 to 29 for $85. Mono­chrome, pas­tel pinks and greys have fun ad­di­tions like gold de­tail­ing and bright yel­low soles. See more at www.bobux. com.au.

KAWAII KIDS

Orig­i­nal art­work, con­tem­po­rary de­sign and typography fea­ture on Whis­tle & Flute’s uni­sex chil­dren’s gear. The vibe is street fash­ion/Ja­panese kawaii-style, with colour­ful and mono­chrome graph­ics. Or­der gen­derneu­tral body­suits, T-shirts, tanks, sweats and more for kids and adults on­line, priced from $30, at www.whistle­and­flute­cloth­ing.com.

CLOSER TO HOME

Noah & Bowie now pro­duces baby cloth­ing and blan­kets at its Auck­land home base. The range is hand­made us­ing soft yarns and non-toxic inks, and in­cludes or­ganic cot­ton wraps from $59.99, merino wool blan­kets for $189.99 and bloomers, dresses, leg­gings and bean­ies. Visit www. noa­hand­bowie.co.nz.

SAL­VAGED STYLE

Eth­i­cal chil­dren’s cloth­ing brand Beru re­pur­poses sur­plus fab­rics into orig­i­nal styles. The US-based la­bel’s lat­est col­lec­tion caters to lit­tlies aged from 18 months to seven years. Our faves in­clude soft denim jump­suits, grey sweat tops em­bla­zoned with ‘Wild Child’ and printed floaty dresses. They’re priced from US$34; or­der on­line at www.berukids.com.

TRENDY TOTS

A new range of colours and prints is re­leased ev­ery month by Aussie brand Lit­tle Bubba, which spe­cialises in prac­ti­cal and comfy baby ba­sics and ac­ces­sories. The 100 per cent cot­ton range in­cludes all-in-one jump­suits, body­suits, T-shirts and leg­gings from new­born to age two, plus bibs, hats, blan­kets and burp cloths. Prices start at $12.95; start shop­ping now at www.lit­tle­bubba.com.au.

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