EVENTS | Bubble London

The Stylesighters spent a lovely Sunday at Bubble London. Our favorite London Childrenswear show kicks off the Spring 2012 buying season with a well-selected mix of English and international brands. The boutique trade show has grown to an impressive 250 exhibitors, so we were more than happy to take their complimentary rickshaw to and fro (our feet are forever grateful). The atmosphere was feel good and family oriented as always. We ran into familiar faces like Beau Loves, Quirky Collective, Tootsa MacGinty, Mini Rodini, Green Baby and Little Esop (who imaginatively out did last season’s display of cardboard robots with an over-the-top zoo theme). We also met new friends like Jessie and James, a fashion-forward 0-3 line, and Olive’s Friend Pop, an Australian-based brand with a penchant for vintage. Stay tuned for a full wrap of the show in our Best of Bubble London report.

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  • What a lovely mention! thank you…. x
    With so many customers visiting our stand at Bubble, both existing and new, it was a very exciting couple of days for us! We were delighted with the great response to the new Green Kids line, and our also our new range of organic cotton baby basics. AND we were even more delighted to win the ‘Stand Out’ competition for best Bubble London stand….scarecrows rule!

  • Khalym Schell

    Of course you won the “Stand Out” award!

  • Great to see you too Khalym …& looking forward to reading the full report!
    I spot Ike up there in your images, one of the namesakes of our fantastic Bristol stockist:
    “Healthy snack – check ….little bag of toys / distractions – check …..mummy’s phone number penned onto my for arm – check ….look out Bubble here I come!” !! x

  • Khalym Schell

    Thanks Kate..I knew that kid had to be famous. Also The Pippa and Ike Show looks cool. I’m adding it to my feed:)

  • BP

    You da man!
    What are your fashion predictions for the coming season?