Chic pic­nics

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CINK’S BAM­BOO DINNERWARE

In­spired by the shapes and colours of the Österlen plains in south­ern Swe­den, Cink’s bam­boo kids’ table­ware was de­signed by Love Elena, who had had enough of glasses, plates and cut­lery for chil­dren in gar­ish colours. The brand name Cink comes from the French word for five, cinq, the idea be­ing that the five colours in the range – rye, fog, ocean, beet and brick – should re­main a con­stant in all the prod­ucts it makes. Items to end­lessly mix and match in the chang­ing colours of the land­scape that in­spired them. Looks like pretty pic­nics are on the cards!

BUGA­BOO’S MAM­MOTH BAG

This bag is likely to be­come a musthave ac­ces­sory for par­ents who take chil­dren out for a stroll in the pushchair laden like a pack mule. De­signed by the savvy Dutch mo­bil­ity brand Buga­boo, the Mam­moth bag could have been called the Mary Pop­pins bag, since it can hold so many things: up to 12 ki­los or 30 litres of shop­ping, toys, beach gear or pic­nic ne­ces­si­ties. Neatly at­tached to the lower frame of the stroller, it won’t get in the way of ei­ther par­ents or chil­dren. Avail­able in black or grey, it makes a truly el­e­gant ac­ces­sory. (H.L.)

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