Created in 2016 by Parisian mom of two and Founder of Smallable, Cécile Roederer, Hundred Pieces is a children and teen clothing brand that designs cool, relaxed, and easy to wear garments inspired by urban culture and vintage sportswear. Featuring retro-chic essentials made from materials like organic brushed cotton, jersey and velvet, their ever growing collection has a strict emphasis on quality, style, prints and accessibility.
Jelly Alligator is a European brand with all clothing being made in ethical working conditions in Europe. Their first-ever collection ‘Arcade Masters’ will be landing in the beginning of May 2020, and is inspired by retro video games. The collection was shot in a retro arcade alley in Los Angeles, where many Hollywood movies have been filmed! Jelly Alligator clothing is available in all ages from newborn up to 12 years old. Their swimwear is not only UV50+ protected, but is made with recycled plastic bottles!
Jelly Mallow is a contemporary premium fashion brand from South Korea for kids, with the latest grown-up trends. Launched in 2013, their clothes are designed to look good, feel comfortable, and make kids happy!
Junior Blvd is a children’s clothing label hand crafted in Sydney Australia using high quality sustainable bamboo and cotton materials. Founder and Owner Louise Sykes is a fast emerging designer bringing a unique sense of playfulness and freedom to her colourful collections that are being recognised around the world. Her passion for colour mixing is showcased throughout her modern yet slightly retro style.
Sarah, a mum herself, works with a team of 3 in Auckland. "I love coming to work," she says. "The people I have worked with have had such a massive influence on the brand. It's really important to me that we all get on really well." Lamington socks and tights are knitted in New Zealand, something which is equally important to Sarah and ensures the brand's high quality standards are met.Stocked in high-end retailers around New Zealand and the world, Lamington have definitely earned their status as the country's "top-drawer sock".