Camille Walala x Labour of Love Kids Fashion Collaboration

Now unless you have been living under a stone, or maybe in some Amish community that has no electricity – you will have heard of the brilliant vlogger Mother Pukka. Now we know her and we like her. She is very very funny. And pretty. Actually, maybe we hate her? No, we are not that shallow. Anyway, I digress. On her hugely popular Instagram, she often seen posing in front of a rather striking graphic wall. Now that wall is why we are all gathered here today.

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The wall has been painted/muralised whatever by the amazing graphic artist Camille Walala. Camille Walala is a purveyor of powerfully positive digital print. A graduate in Textile Design from the University of Brighton, her namesake brand was established in East London in 2009, where she continues to live. Yes, she is one of those hipster-types and not only is she achingly cool – her work is off the charts cool.

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And now kids can get a piece of Walala action as she has created a capsule collection for Labour of Love.  It’s first brand in the UK to collaborate with Camille and they have taken her punchy signature prints and redesigned them onto their new range which is available for women, men and kids.

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Beatrix Potter Books Gets A Redesign for Her 150th Birthday

As babies and then kids, first came milk, then came weaning, then came Beatrix Potter’s books. I’m in fact haunted with memories of my mother dressing me as Peter Rabbit on various world book days because she had lovingly sewn a costume for me. This became uncool at around the age of 12. 

But what is cool is this. Penguin Random House is releasing a special edition collection of redesigned novels to celebrate 150 years since the birth of Beatrix Potter by teaming up with come iconic fashion designers. The titles include The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck, with cover designed by Henry Holland, The Tale of The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin by design duo Preen, Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle by Orla Kiely, The Tale of Tom Kitten by pop band-cum-fashion label Rodnik Band and The Tale of Peter Rabbit by luxury knitwear/street-wear label Cats Brothers. 

Beatrix Potter 150 years Fashion Cover Special Edition

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Vans X Nintendo

Yes, people – it’s another amazing Vans Collaboration. Last time it was all about Junk Food. And now, one of its famous partners in crime – the humble video game. I bring you Vans X Nintendo.

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Vans celebrates the early days of video games with a truly unique collaboration featuring 8-bit artwork from Nintendo’s iconic personalities.

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These one-of-a-kind graphic prints include characters from Super Mario Bros, Duck Hunt, Donkey Kong and Legend of Zelda, in addition to a capsule inspired by Nintendo’s rst console, the NES.

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Rooted in footwear and extended into apparel items, this coveted collection covers adult and children’s sizing, making it ideal for Vans and Nintendo fans of all generations.

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Look the part and get involved – or you know, it’s GAME OVER stylewise. Kids sizes 10 Junior to 5, all £32 Vans.

New Jeremy Scott X Cybex Collaboration

Jeremy Scott must be broody or something. He’s launched his second collaboration with CYBEX, and it is EVEN more amazing than this first.

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For those of you who are not fashionistas – Jeremy Scott is a fashion designer – for his own label, as well as Moschino plus many other great fashion collaborations – including Adidas, with wings. His style is wacky, whimsical and wild, and has amassed a big following amongst the young, beautiful and famous – like Rihanna and Katy Perry – as well as the formerly young, beautiful and famous – like Madonna. OK, so still famous but you get the gist…So let us look..

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