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Introducing Little RO London

New brand Little RO London launches its Spring/Summer 2017 collection for babies and children. Offering adorable styles for newborns through to the age of 4, the line draws inspiration from classic Spanish children’s style

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The entire range is handmade in Spain using luxury linen and cotton blend fabrics, and since its inception, the two founders have been dedicated to creating a brand that combines only the best fabrics with high quality production.

The two young and stylish founders work in London in the creative industry, but have drawn on their own European styles and backgrounds to create this new label. While living in Spain, they saw an opportunity to target the UK market, and are now able to offer buyers here the elegant and unique style that Spanish parents dress their children in.

Their tastes and skills were honed while working on designs for their own children, and from this, Little RO London was born. The ethos of the brand is to offer a range of childrenswear that transmits Spanish-style worldwide.

Little RO London employs traditional manufacturing methods, partnering with seasoned artisans who work with the finest, natural textiles. Offering only the very best for its customers, each piece is created with children in mind, knowing that clothes need to be comfortable, durable, fit well, and most importantly, be fun to wear.

The capsule Spring/Summer 2017 collection launches with 26 pieces using six colour-ways with muted tones and soft pastels. With summer approaching, these outfits work wonderfully for weddings, as well as for Christenings and other special occasions.

While the range is currently only available on Babyccino and on their own website, the brand is very interested in targeting bridal wholesale. Get in touch with the team here to find out more.

 

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