April 2018

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Little Miss Sophie’s Closet: Spring In Technicolour

Join Little Miss Sophie in her latest adventure in Playland – America’s oldest amusement park in Spring In Technicolour, featuring girlswear brand Billieblush and independent kidswear labels Hilda Henri, Raspberry Plum & EFVVA in a colourful editorial.Read more

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Dancing Mists with Little Wardrobe London

Little Wardrobe London, based in London is an independent and conscious luxury brand – a clothing line to celebrate Britain’s heritage, eccentricity and individuality. Every garment is hand stitched and made proudly in Britain, featured on Junior Style Blog with images by Natasha Bridges Photography.Read more

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Morocco

A Colourful journey through Morocco, with photography by contributor Anelia Alaudin featuring cool kids fashion brands such as Fish & Kids, The Animals Observatory, Bobo Choses, Maison Mangostan footwear, Little Man Happy and Zezuzulla.Read more

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UPA SS18 Collection: Unleashed Princess Army

Founded by Vaida Rasciute, UPA childrenswear label is designed to be cherished and passed down to the next generation. The timeless, heirloom styles are elegant and delicate. View the slow fashion labels SS18 kids collection on the Junior Style kids fashion blog.Read more

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Editorial: Lost In Dreams By Evgenia Karica

Two friends kids fashion models London and Maleah bask in the delight of the Miami beach, dreaming, dancing in the light of the day, with sand beneath their feet wearing Kidswear label Tia Cibani in an editorial by photographer Evgenia Karica.Read more

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The very busy smear test

Because I can be both badly organised and also extremely forgetful (tell me; does this never go away?) I somehow ended up accidentally booking in my recent…Read more

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Editorial: Colour Condition

Bringing a burst of colour to Junior Style, Colour Condition a kid’s fashion editorial by Cindy James Photography, featuring cool independent kidswear labels, including Manuela Kids, Bandy Button, Bobo Choses, Stella McCartney, Raspberry Plum and many more.Read more

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Editorial: Studio Bamako By Feli & Pepita

Creative Team Feli & Pepita were inspired by the pictures of Malick Sidibé and Seydou Keïta, two photographers from Mali, Africa, who are known for their portrait photography in the 1950s, 60s and 70s, the years after Mali´s independence for this Kids fashion editorial on the Junior Style Blog.Read more

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Finding Paradise with Maison Balena

Jessica Dickinson of the beautiful children’s lifestyle blog Blake Acres shares her love of classic children’s wear labels and features Belgium brand Maison Balena and Everbloom Studio, from online retailer MineMine on the Junior Style blog.Read more

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Style Piccoli Editorial: The Queen

The Queen as seen in Italian Kidswear Magazine Style Piccoli @style_piccoli February Issue by photographer Midivertounmondo and stylist Petra Barkhof @scimparello featuring SS18, summer collections on the Junior Style Kid’s Fashion blog.Read more

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Jessica Dickinson: Awakening Spring with Popelin

Jessica Dickinson of the beautiful children’s lifestyle blog Blake Acres shares her love of classic children’s wear labels and features Spanish brand, Popelin on the Junior Style blog.Read more

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Tinono Kids: By The Sea

Basking in the sun by the sea, three children play. Images by kids fashion photographer and contributor to Junior Style Kids Fashion Blog Gina Giampa Grimm and featuring Tel Aviv based brand Tinono Kids.Read more

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The one with the accidental Easter Bunny

Do your children believe in the Easter Bunny? Asking for, well, someone who’s not quite sure how it happened, but whose children really do. As…Read more

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Should You Let People Kiss Your Baby? One Mom Doesn’t Think So

One baby’s harrowing battle with the herpes simplex 1 virus is making some new parents reconsider just how close visitors should get to their newbornsRead more

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How to Soothe a Crying Baby

Harvey Karp, M.D. explains how to turn a crying cutie into a sleeping beauty.Read more