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Kids fashion is the heart of Paul & Paula.

It is our passion and we love to share the best of this world. We adore small and independent brands. This is the perfect place to be up to date on the kids fashion world!

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01.06.18

Welcome June with these finds!

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Hello June! We are blessed with sun. More and more and people are getting a little anxious. Does it mean that the rest of the summer (that did not even start, officially) will be crap? But hey, we are here to enjoy. As long as it lasts!

We even made a trip to the beach after school this week and there is more ice cream involved than I want should whatever share.

It is lovely and feels so good.

My list of bookmarked things was crying for help too. So here is just another Friday list to support the summer feeling!

Enjoy!
 
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31.05.18

Heritage the Label

Heritage the Label
Sorry, I am a little late here today. But, to make up for it, I found a really beautiful brand. With wonderful images and a collection called Fields Of Grace!

The inspiration behind our collection is to be timeless.
Made mostly with stone washed linen and a few vintage style check cottons.
While also adding a little bit of embroidery through the collection to give it that one of a kind feel.
Bringing back the old, one piece at a time.

Heritage the Label strives to bring you a vintage inspired clothing label that is timeless but unique in every way! Based in Perth, Western Australia.

All garments are designed with passion and practicality in mind. And every piece is carefully made by hand using natural fibres by either the founder herself or ethically by a family ran studio in Bali. Using both natural and recycled fabrics.
Sustainable slow fashion that lasts forever and can be handed down.

 
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30.05.18

Dreams of Paradise

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Dreams of Paradise was the theme of our last shooting together with Maru. It took place back in March (and we even had another shooting in between already) and we wanted to capture the feeling of summer. The warmth, light and energy…

This kids fashion editorial is the result of bringing together small brands and designers under one theme. It is about sharing and to create beautiful content together that is shared by everyone involved.

And it is beautiful and very rewarding to see everyone supporting each other. Being part of the big picture.

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28.05.18

BlanBlin – natural clothes for kids

BlanBlin
Good Morning! Hello Monday! How are you all?
I stumbled upon these images not long ago and was so inspired by them. I love the ‘zen’ feeling and the light. How the colours match perfectly and how everything looks so soft and easy.

BlanBlin, from Spain, was founded by Blanca a mum of three girls. Blanca loves colours, creativity, aesthetics and the environment. Therefore, in addition to the natural fabrics she works, she puts special interest in the dyeing of the garments too.

First she creates the eco-friendly colour and then she works to achieve the desired tone. Both things – the naturalness and the colour of the fabrics – give the garments a very special character.

‘My role as a mum made me think continuously about the “perfect outfit”. That piece that you would have always dreamed about wearing as a child. Or maybe you did have it and you kept as a treasure until it was gone. Almost naturally BlanBlin was born.’

Every season is inspired by a specific topic and for this summer it is NATURAL. It is the brands’ fourth collection and the inspiration came from nature’s colour scheme, shapes and textures. You can find earthy tones like clay and limestone as well as natural tones like dune or ocean blue and cactus green.
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24.05.18

Kaleidoscope – Conscious Kids Wear

Kaleidoscope Conscious Kids Wear
I met Anna in January this year during Pitti Bimbo. And since I feel a little bored by the industry at the moment (a wide topic by itself but Linda summarized it pretty well, short: I would love to see brands as well as shops taking more risk again) this brand definitely did catch my attention.

And you know I love to support new brands. Small brands. It is the essence of what I do here on Paul & Paula.

Therefore I am inviting you to welcome Kaleidoscope here today. Born in Porto, Portugal the label began a metamorphosis for a more conscious and global attitude. Believing that we should find new ways of thinking and making things.

‘We should always question this ephemeral and disposable culture and think on development and production solutions for a better and sustainable future. Kaleidoscope is a sustainable and conscious children’s wear clothing brand for cosmopolitan and relaxed kids up to 8 years old. Classic designs interpreted in a funny and contemporary way with the finest ecological materials.’

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