This month’s giveaway is Babes in the Shade swimwear. The winner can choose an item of swimwear from our collection. To enter leave a comment telling us your favourite beach in the world. Good Luck. Entries close 31st Dec.
Check out our new arrivals from Mini Rodini! Mini Rodini is one of Scandinavia’s fastest growing children’s wear brands. Selling in some of the most prestigious department stores and independent shops world-wide, from Harvey Nichols in Kuwait to Little Fashion Gallery in Paris. As of now, Mini Rodini is represented in over 250 selected locations […]
Possum & Banjo is about creating children’s clothing synonymous with our Australian lifestyle. Cool and comfortable cotton, eco-natural luxury linen and organic denim. Holiday happy colours in fresh whites, cool ocean blues, retro reds, sunshine yellows, sun-kissed oranges and tropical greens. A colourful mix of bright retro prints and hints of vintage vogue. Their clothing […]
Check out some of our cutest spring fashion from Baobab, Eternal Creation, Fabrik and Hide & Seek.
Sweet, simple style with a little edge – Go Gently Baby creates stylish, earth friendly apparel for children and shares the vision: Teach your children to love others, be kind to the earth and to Go Gently on their journey through life. Go Gently think about the world around us. They feel it’s important to […]
Cocoome Organic is proud to design 100% pure organic cotton sleepwear for your baby and child. Designer and Pyjama lover Amanda Evans created Cocoome Organic Sleepwear after the desire to have the purest organic cotton sleepwear for her own children. Amanda wanted a range of baby and kids sleepwear that was chemical free and truly […]
Coco and Ginger is a baby clothing company, based on the Indonesian island of Bali, which is producing quality baby clothes, especially baby girl clothes. The business has evolved slowly and is nourished by the wonderful relationships they have with the talented Indonesian craft people and families that they work with, who bring to life their designs. Wherever they can they try to […]
How it began… After graduating from the East Sydney institute of fashion design in 1994, designer Frances Carrington registered with Australian Volunteers Abroad, hoping to use her skills in a community in Africa. Instead she was sent to India. She was put in charge of the fledgling tailoring department of the Norbulingka Institute in Dharamsala, […]