With just a few days to go we would like to introduce you to some of the designers that will be at the We Make London area at the Thames Festival.
These are all of the wonderful sellers that make childrens clothing
I love kids clothes and have always had great fun shopping for clothes for friends' babies, discovering many great independant designers and small labels along the way.
In 2009 I started 'littlechook' with the aim of producing a fun and quirky collection of childrenswear all featuring my flock prints.
Please have a browse of our gallery to see a selection of our designs or visit or shop at http://notonthehighstreet.com/littlechook to see our full range.
We are also on facebook - just search for 'littlechook' and 'like' us for previews, special offers and sample sales.
MoochicBaby offers a gorgeous range of soft and snuggly hand printed children's bedding and nightwear. Started by two friends, Yuva and Aneesa late in 2010, each print in the MoochicBaby collection is driven by colour and inspired totally by fun! Having between them two children under the age of 5, they became tired of paying ridiculous prices for products, that offered little by way of originality and quality in return. This led them to create their own original and vibrant collection using prints that have been in Yuva's family for generations. Each item is handcrafted using traditional block printing techniques and is therefore completely unique. Moreover, all of their products are made with 100% pure cotton enhancing the snuggle experience!
I design & make children’s clothes. I designed the Kimonii, an all-in-one wrap around trouser suit that combines style with practicality. It slips on like a Kimono, the trousers wrap round and fold up, and down again for changing.
I make a whole collection of Eastern inspired kids clothes which mix simple shapes and cute styling with practicality.
I hand make all the items for sale at the festival.
Kappuke-ki (Ca-pook-key) means cupcake in Japanese, and I’ll be selling
those as well!