Linen is obviously the best material for kids garments and decoration. Peek a sneak to what we found at Playtime Paris last January.

Petit Picotin


Imagined by a mom for moms, the French label Petit Picotin offers all the essential products to accompany baby from its first days. From  bed linen to decoration, products are totally customizable, and their quality passes by the choice of an 100% European washed linen, cultivated in France. It is soft and naturally sublimates the colors in a fresh and trendy hue. Little more? A nice gift box that will become a souvenir box to store children’s drawings or their little treasures.



Kidswear lin

Le Petit-Fils du Cordonnier


A collection of Birth Gifts for Mums and Refined Babies. – At the heart of the DNA of this family business, and this since 4 generations: the preservation of French know-how. The design and manufacturing are made in France in the Mauges, La Chapelle Aubry (between Angers and Nantes).

Slippers / baby shoes (0-36 months) in noble or exceptional material for the PREMIUM Ceremony line (leather, cotton, linen, hemp, silk). “My first box” consists of a cover for health book, a pacifier clip and a pair of baby shoes. With, attention for moms, a line of small leather/fabric goods matching. To choose without missteps a pedometer is available on the site.



Little Creative Factory


Little can be defined by its unique and innovative style, by its sustainable values and by collections that play with fabrics, volumes and layers to create an experience, a feeling, that goes beyond the notion of simply getting dressed.

Drawing on traditional skills from around the world Little is less about fashion and more about the pure enjoyment of shapes, volumes, layers and natural materials (linen, linen/cotton).
We believe that less is more and this is why our pieces are timeless and unique. Our little friends can literally grow with their garments, enabling them to create their own style and to experiment with their identity.

Made in Barcelone with love



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