Home of Zara and Mango, Spain is definitely a fashionable destination. Today, we explore the world of kidswear with the top 8 Spanish brands you should know. And the good news is: two of them (Kitipongo and Pan Con Chocolate) are available to buy on fashionTrade. Click on the link below to join us as a retailer and have the opportunity to connect with them online.
Born in 2009 in Madrid, Kitipongo creates collections for children, from 0 to 8 year old. The brand designs elegant, comfortable and fun styles with an urban feel and a fresh touch. Combining traditional materials with new designs, Kitipongo always pays special attention to the elaboration of the final product. Their materials are carefully selected: cotton and linen for the Summer season and wool in the Winter, to create long-lasting products. Kitipongo is currently available online and in retail stores in Spain, France, Italy, Portugal and South Korea.
Pan con chocolateWe just love Pan con chocolate‘s name! Pan con chocolate means ‘chocolate croissant’ or ‘bread with chocolate’, the perfect snack for every kids (and grow-ups!). Created in Bilbao, in the North East of Spain, the brand is characterised by its personal design and colourful textiles with tons of details. Every season, the brand introduces 2 collections:
- for babies (3 months to 4 years)
- for children (from 2 to 14 years old) which includes a line for boys and one for girls.
Founded by Kristina Laux and Roberto Visús, Nadadelazos is a brand is for ‘real kids’, who likes to play outside and get dirty! Nadadelazos means ‘no bows’ in Spanish, because kids should not wear frills, glitter or unnecessary ornaments. Kristina and Roberto feel that childhood might just be the most important time in a person’s life. So children should be able to roam and play with their imagination and their creativity.
Nadadelazos’ collections are fun and colourful, with patterns and design that help children discover fantasy worlds. They are also comfortable, easy to wear and made out of organic cotton.
Mon Marcel Barcelona
Mon Marcel was established in Barcelona in 2010 and received the Junior Design Awards only two years later in 2012. It combines Mediterranean colours with the softest fabrics and natural products. Mon Marcel designs clothes for children from newborns to 4 years old and is available online but also in selected retail stores all around the world.
Babaà might have a French-looking accent but it’s 100% made in Spain, from every corner of the Iberian peninsula. The designs are drawn up in Madrid, the wool comes from Andalucía, the cotton from Castilla y León and they all come together in a workshop in Cataluña. Marta Bahillo is the driving force behind Babaà and aims to provide the whole family with colourful, ever lasting sweaters.
Cristina Lopez-Lago and Maria Llerena, both architects, created Motoreta about 3 years ago. Their idea? Bringing simple but sophisticated designs with plain colors and clean shapes to children’s clothing. Motoreta only uses sustainable fabrics and produces locally in Andalucía. In this way, they are exporting the Sevillan know-how and craftsmanship to the world.
Omini aims to accompany kids as they grow, from the very first day until their 10th birthday. With its colourful prints and tribal patterns, Omini wants to inspire children and parents by evoking fantastic worlds. This is also reflected in their website where their beautiful blog offers beautiful pictures and inspiring stories. Omini now ships worldwide through their own online store
What could be better than a picnic to spend some quality time with your family? This is what inspired Laura Armet and Jordi Pey, founders of Picnik, a bold and colourful brand from Barcelona. The brand is now exporting as far as South Korea and is sold in more than 150 stores worldwide. Picnik wants to grow even more but is committed to keep its production in Barcelona.
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