OK people – elbows at the ready – and most definitely get behind me in the queue. It’s collab heaven with Mini Rodini announcing its second joining of forces with adidas for a limited edition awesome collection. Look.
Roll up, roll up! Today, my lovelies, we have not one, but two exciting news stories from one of our fave brands Mini Rodini.
First of all – Mini Rodini has just launched it’s very first Christmas collection. Finally. A Christmas jumper, that doesn’t make me want to throw up! Look:
Bringing Christmas to life, the collection consists of Reindeer printed onesies, sweatshirts and dresses all available in navy and red.
I’m a big fan of Mini-Rodini and am always in awe of how seriously they take their ethical and sustainable commitment. So I wasn’t surprised to learn that recently they launched a new limited edition line of organic and up-cycled bedding. I’ve heard of re-hashing last night’s dinner, I do that often… but only they could use leftover fabrics to make blankets and quilts that look as good as these. GENIUS!
We were lucky enough to meet up with Cassandra Rhodin owner of the gorgeous childrenswear brand Mini Rodini whilst she was in London recently. She took us through her new “See you later Alligator” collection for SS15, inspired by the fishy life under the aquatic surface. And it went swimmingly!
Suzanne was chatting away to her in Swedish – I feel like it’s a language I might need to master as so many people in this industry are Swedish and I’m starting to feel left out! Anyway – without further ado – here’s what she had to tell us….and be aware – we have some hot gossip within….
Big cat motifs are a LION of a trend for Spring/Summer 2014 – which will continue to roar their way into Autumn/Winter – going from the adult catwalks to the kids.
For me – it’s not a great top to toe look unless you like your kids to channel a bit of Pat Butcher. I prefer to dip their toe in. Literally. On the shoe front. I have spotted some amazing amazing kids sneakers that I had to share with my lovely Junkies. Let’s go…