Exclusive Video Interview With Kids Fashion Brand Wild & Gorgeous

Now as you all know, I do so love the sound of my own voice. And I am ever so nosy. So I am really loving the side of my work that gets me to video interview some very interesting people involved in the world of kids fashion. I wrote a few months back about the impending move of ilovegorgeous into boyswear and it’s re-brand to Wild & Gorgeous to accommodate it’s new format. And today, I have for you an exclusive video interview with the founders of this brilliant brand Sophie Worthington and Lucy Enfield with some even more exclusive scoops about what’s coming next.

But first, some very tasty clothes morsels for you…

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Top 10 Stylish Halloween Kids Fashion and Accessories

Just because Halloween is a festival of fright, doesn’t mean your kids need to look frightful. I mean, in what they wear. Looks, I’m afraid I cannot help with.

I digress. Oh yes, we all know you can buy costumes from party shops or supermarkets (do not get the clown masks though!!!!) but even the supermarkets have some faboooolously stylish pieces that work super well for any party or trick or treating. So, without further ado, here are my Top 10 pieces.


First up – Mini Miss KG Roarsome glitter skate shoes from £60.00 Selfridges.

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HM Studio

I’m going to make my first week back all about fashion – darlings. (Word association, sorry). And because it’s Back to School Week and we all have a ton of school admin crap to read (or not if you are me), I shall make this post light on words, heavy on pictures. Let’s begin here.

HM Studio Kids AW16 Fashion Style

All I have to say is look at this brilliant new Studio AW16 kids collection by H&M (yes – believe it).

HM Studio Kids AW16 Fashion Style

This collection is where powerful tailoring meets Swedish heritage and handicraft. Using patterns and embellishments from Swedish folklore, the collection’s details and textures draw inspiration from animals of the forest. Oh yes siree. Here are more more MORE images – click on each image to see the full picture. Then drool. 

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