7 Southeast Asian Shops for Stylish Kids
September 8, 2014
Across the region new designers are popping out outfits that are runway-fabulous and playground-ready. Shea Stanley, founder of family-travel website LittleStepsAsia.com, shares the season’s hottest additions.
Published on Sep 8, 2014
1. Duduk, Jakarta
Colorful pillows, sleeping bags and other adorable accessories round out this unique collection for kids. duduk.bigcartel.com.
2. Coco and Ginger, Bali
This brand has taken florals, colors and batik prints to a whole new level of eye-popping appeal. cocoandginger.com.
These extraordinary designs tie together travel, adventure and color. Look for the Design Atelier opened in May, 2014 in Hong Kong. papinee.com.
PAPINEE inspires kids with extraordinary design.
Capturing the magic of the 1930's Far East and the splendors of retro French design, Nicole Andrianjaka de Surville sells her kids' clothing and accessories at more than 40 boutiques globally. zolima.com.
5. Le Petite Caravane
Founder Thuy-Tien Crampton celebrates her Vietnamese heritage and love of French design through her awww-inspiring limited edition clothing in vibrant colors. lapetitecaravane.com.
The fabrics for these fabulous pieces are sourced from trips around India, highlighting their expanding global vision for jet-setting stylish tots. petibisou.com.
Serving up chic treats and pretty play clothes designed by sister act, Carol and Audrey Ng, Elly is a fast-growing brand in Singapore. Have fashionista middle-schoolers to placate? Check out the sisters' new pet project, Twelve by Elly, dedicated to pre-teen designs and cool accessories. facebook.com/Twelvebyelly.
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