In our last participation at Pitti Bimbo, while checking the news from one space to another, a brand caught our attention for its clothes with simple cuts, minimalist prints and a flirt with the no gender style. As we approached to check all the looks closely, we saw it was Little Indians, a cute brand from Netherlands.
The history of the brand begins in 2014 when Vanessa de Kock-Erasmus, mother of two boys, sees in her day to day inspirations to create a children’s brand that fits the modern moms lifestyle.
In the beginning, Little Indians only created pants and shoes for babies and toddlers, but as the business grew, the brand saw the need to expand its apparel options, so nowadays the brand sells all the kinds of outfits to the children’s wardrobe, and it is also possible to find in their physical and virtual store options such as accessories and decor items like teepees and blankets.
In its most recent collection, the minimalist style predominates, with geometrical and abstract prints, in a palette of neutral colors, such as gray, green and rosé. The good humor is due to fun phrases such as ‘Forever Young’ and ‘Fabulous Like Mama’. The style of the clothes is perfect for those who like fashion with Scandinavian influences (which, by the way, is super trending).
Little Indians pieces are produced with eco friendly and non-toxic fabrics and materials and are delivered worldwide.
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