Part 2 of Kari Nyack’s amazing fashion finds at Bubble Kids Show in London:

If you missed out on Part 1 and want to catch the special finds that Kari unearthed Click here.

Corby Tindersticks- Fabulous newcomer, proved to be a real hit at the show. Displaying quirky designs and prints complimented by funky retro furniture. Well done Guys!!!

Tootsa MacGinty - A little fishermans story at this stand. The collection has been inspired by the long summer holidays of our childhoods, bold deckchair stripes, graphics of kites, ice lollies and ice creams and bright summery colours.

Beau Loves- I was happy to see this brand again as it was one of my favourites back in January. We continue to see the brands superhero mask print, carried throughout the collection along with fringing and quirky easy to wear cuts and shapes. This collection has been inspired by Beau’s (the designer, Faye Wilde’s son) summers in France- mountains, baby whales, boat trips, crowns and merry go rounds.

Loud Apparel- Luxury for children, the creativity of London design mixed with the tradition of Italian minimalism. A monochrome colour palette, white, black, black and white gingham for girls and washed blue for boys. I LOVE the leather jackets!

Junior Design Award winner Aravore displayed classic styles, lots of crochet, knits and soft lemons and greens. Tops, shirts and dresses in a check print with sporty knitted cloth trims, to allow for a more casual option.

Another fantastic newcomer Rock N Regal, inspired by British history and Rock and Roll. Lots of traditional tweeds and checks, made with luxury fabrics. The classic vintage cut styles and traditional quality ensure the clothes will not date and can be worn or inherited for seasons to come.

Pictured clockwise: Funky neon brights by Dandy Star, luxury fabrics from Emma Levine, love this matching headband and playsuit by Isossy children, fabulous footwear for boys by Tinny shoes, nautical stripes and fishes by L’asticot, I love the retro style shorts in the back!
It was a tiring 2 days, but I had lots of fun and met lots of interesting people. A big thank you to everyone who was so accommodating!


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