Jul 25, 2017 | By Carlene Thomas Bailey
Apr 26, 2016
When it comes to who or what is influencing kidswear, everywhere I look at the moment I keep stumbling across the same source……Spain.
From Bobo Choses increasing their offering to womenswear for adults as mentioned in our recent blog, to the runaway success of one of our current favourite brands Tiny Cottons through to princess Charlotte photographed wearing M& H it seems that regardless of the economic climate, the Spanish aesthetic is where it’s at.
Speaking about this latest kidswear collab, Celia Muñoz, Founder of La Coqueta Kids says:
‘We are very excited to have House of Hackney’s iconic prints on our traditional timeless designs. La Coqueta’s heritage mixed with a bit of East London edge adds to the surprise element that our customers look for every season.’
Issuing the unmistakable Palmeral and Wild Card print as well as two prints, transformed from the beloved .F.A. Voysey (1857–1941) collection, care of the Victoria and Albert Museum; The Little House of Hackney x La Coqueta collection is aimed at children aged 12 months to 6-year-olds and includes smart shirts for boys, easy A-line dresses for girls and sweet contrast lined bonnets for baby.
It also reflects another key trend that the WGSN Lifestyle and Interiors team recently blogged about, the world of interiors blending with fashion; basically wallpaper inspired dresses never looked so good!
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