Letkidsbekids: One We Like
It was love at first sight.
I remember exactly the moment when, searching for cool things, I came across One We Like website: first of all, as always happens to me, the eye was caught by something, in this case by cool urban prints, but with traits of absolute delicacy.
I did not stop there, I studied their models, which were suitable to a child (to MY little girl in particular), and when I read organic cotton I wrote immediately to Vicky, who even sent me the GOTS certificate.
Then it happened that we spent some time together in Paris, talking not only about her gorgeous collection, but also about life, travel, fashion… and the love story continued!
Every season One We Like choose artworks that are transfered on tee shirts, sweatshirts, dresses. They have also a small women’s line that coordinates the children’s line, allowing you to create a modern and never dull mini-me style (also for mothers-of-boys)!
One We Like and Letkidsbekids
When I think about Letkidsbekids, one of the first brands that I mention is just One We Like: I know that Vicky has my same thoughts about kids fashion. The recent collaboration with Acne Jr does nothing but emphasize even more the strong link with the real world of childhood, obviously seen in a Nordic style key.
Acne Jr is a brand of high-quality and design toys born from Sofia Ekvall graphic designer and Mats Johansson illustrator and son of the adult brand Acne Studios.
It is no coincidence that Emma wears precisely at the sea the blue t-shirt with the fish print and shorts and beanie with anchor: this outfit, chosen by Emma, reflects the mood of her walk along the coastal dunes.
Sissi chose the main piece of the Capsule Collection One We Like x Acne Jr, the Monster T-shirt, and decided to combine it with a skirt (Picnik Barcelona) and a crown and necklace (Pop Cutie)… once again this is the essence of our children that laugh for the monster on a t-shirt, but then decide it’s a good monster that accompanies the princess to the ball and defends her from evil. Simply, let kids be kids.
Finally: Emma in a rock version. A strider, a helmet and her Monster t-shirt matching with Tegel leggings (that remind us The Wall by Pink Floyd).
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