Somebody’s Child! That’s the name of the new kidswear brand launched by Nobody’s Child – the eco-conscious British fashion brand.
The official launch was marked with the in-house design team making a signature 9-piece range of dresses and jumpsuits.
The much-talked about collection emulated the womenswear collection of blending ‘mini me’ styles and kidswear exclusives.
Every piece of the collection is embellished with exquisite floral prints, tiering, ruffles and bow finishes.
Importantly, these are sustainable too! The new collection is made from responsible fabrics like organic cotton and LENZING ECOVERO.
Substantiating further, Anna Pipkorn, Senior Designer, Nobody’s Child, said that the brand has curated some fun shapes that will be loved by kids and parents and notably by using conscious fabrics.
The range of collection comes in dual sizes from age 3 to 11-12 and is priced from £28 to £39. While these are now available online, they will be unveiled on M&S, Very and Next in the coming week.
London-based Nobody’s Child was founded in 2015 by Andrew Xeni and champions sustainable fabrics and recycled production for its apparel collections.