april 29, 2019

POPSICLES

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Ze zijn er weer! De lente én onze favoriete fotografe Hannah Lipowsky! Ze ging een samenwerking aan met de creatieve styliste Julie Cordewener. Het werd een funky fresh lente fotoshoot met pop-out kleuren & zoete kindjes.


Fotografie: Hannah Lipowsky

Styling: Julie Cordewener

Met dank aan: Onze lieve modellen: Lena, Thom & Sofia

Special thanks: Outfits by Orange Mayonnaise 





SOFIA

LENA
H&M – Plain white T


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april 16, 2019

NADADELAZOS SS19


Spanish brand Nadadelazos collections are different, colourful, and incredibly comfortable for children to wear and just feel free.  They are unique for their special hand-drawn illustrations and bright colours.  If you are trying to wrap your tongue around the name then try “Nada de Lazos” which means no laces or no ties – extra comfortable clothing that’s all about getting the kids dressed quickly so that they can get on with playing.  Clothes for real kids!
All Nadadelazos collections are ethically produced and have the GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified label.
The SS19 collection is inspired by a retro trip to Torremolinos, in Spain.
Shop the collection at Orange Mayonnaise here
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april 15, 2019

WHY CHILDREN SHOULD WEAR ORGANIC COTTON CLOTHING

by BARN OF MONKEYS

When we’re choosing clothing for our kids, we tend to pick the softest materials, the cutest prints and most comfortable designs, and we should! Our sons and daughters deserve only the best. But there are other things you should be looking for in your kids clothing.
Did you know that some dyeing processes add chemicals to the textiles that can be absorbed into your body through your skin? A study conducted by Greenpeace states that over 20 brands had hazardous chemicals in their finished products for adults and kids – who are more vulnerable to the effects of these chemicals.
So why should you prefer dressing your kids in organic cotton clothing?
Organic cotton clothing is better for sensitive skin such as children’s as well as for those ,with allergies. Organic cotton farmers use only organic-approved fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides from plants, animals and minerals to prevent pests and diseases. This reduces the risk for your health while also protecting farmworkers and reducing environmental pollution.
But the origin of the cotton is not all that matters. For example, at Barn of Monkeys they take great pride in being GOTS certified (Global Organic Textil Standard), the leading textile processing standard for organic fibers, backed up by independent certification of the entire textile supply chain.
This means that from the moment that the cotton is picked up, they guarantee that the production of the fiber, processing and manufacturing of the clothes is done so within the GOTS standards!

And do you know what that leaves you with? A piece of clothing that is even softer than the common cotton clothing yet more durable which means that your clothes will look better for longer!

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Find the collection of BARN OF MONKEYS, here at Orange Mayonnaise

april 02, 2019

THE MUSTHAVE SWIM SHORTS FOR THIS SUMMER


He’ll be doubly excited to hit the beach or the pool with of the following colourful boy’s swim shorts. From bright colours to striking prints, these boy’s swim shorts cover all of his sunshine getaway clothing needs. Super versatile and comfortable, he’ll be set for warm weather attire from the pool to the playground in our boys swim shorts.
Swimshort by Mini Rodini. In soft brown with green CROCCO all over print. Available here.
Swimshort by Mini Rodini. In soft blue with BANANA print. Available here.
Swimshort by Mini Rodini. In off-white with SEAMONSTER all over print. Available here


Swimshorts by Gardner and the Gang. In red lycra with all over BIRD print. Available here
Swim shorts by Beau LOVes. In white with GAME PLAN all overv print. Available here
Sporty swim shorts by The Animals Observatory. In yellow with SHIPS all over print. Available here

Swim shorts by Wolf & Rita. In off-white with ALPHABET SOUP all over print. Available here
Bermuda shape swimshorts by Stella McCartney Kids. In white with black and yellow all over BANANA print. Available here
Surf shorts by Munster Kids. In deep pink, feaurint an all over OvX print in black and yellow. Available here
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maart 22, 2019

A BAREFOOT SUMMER – by EMILE ET IDA SS19


Emile et Ida is taking us neither to the sandy beaches nor to emerald, wild lake. Not even we will go to the rustic countryside. Instead, we are staying in the city and discovering anew its exceptional beauty. The team from Emile et Ida proves that the summer in the city can also be charming and full of adventures. Exotic flowers are replaced by old, rocky streets and coconut water by ice cream from the nearby pastry shop. The vibrant city can hide a lot of mysterious secrets and with some help from Emile et Ida, we can discover them!
Joy, carefreeness and natural way of being are in the heart of the new collection. No wonder that some of Emile et Ida’s fashion models have dirty hands or dirty face. Having fun requires sacrifices! Clothes coming from Emile et Ida are perfect for every occasion – when playing hide and seek or hopscotch game. There is no posing in the Emile et Ida lookbook – only honest children’s friendships, pure smile, and simplicity.
Check out the Emile et Ida SS19 colletion now at Orange Mayonnaise.
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maart 12, 2019

NUNUNU SS19





Written by Les Enfants a Paris
It’s been a while since we last blogged about the kids fashion brand nununu.
nununu creates an alternative fashion line to typical children’s clothing. it goes against fashion’s narrow set of beliefs, and breaks free from over-stimulating kid clichés. by introducing children to the wonderful mystery of minimalism, nununu lets kids shine at every stage with a kickass cocktail of attitude and a big sense of humor.
the nununu image conveys an air of detachment. it is never cute or sweet, but always ready for the challenge. the brand operates in a way where instead of defining differences it dissolves them, blurring out any boundaries and making divisions completely insignificant.
led completely by their intuition, co-owners and designers iris adler and tali milchberg created children’s clothing collections that broke stereotypes and dodged accepted norms. their need for a basic dna and a unisex offering in kids fashion, created a global trend that is now an inspiration worldwide. driven by an agenda that defies the traditional dichotomy of boy/girl clothing, iris and tali showed that in the world of real individuals not everything is so black and white. for nununu, what really matters is the freedom of individuality and creativity, especially at a tender age.
this fighter-leadership brought about something disruptive in fashion, which erased traditional definitions and gave young people the freedom to choose who they are. today, ten years later, the eccentric and unconventional style of nununu has become a natural element in children’s fashion everywhere. iris and tali created a revolution.
nununu dresses the children of the future, enabling them to bring out their inner essence, highlighting their creativity, helping them fight injustice, and letting them connect to their own personal creativity so they can bloom forth in a world where they are the ones that determine its limits.
nununu offers children the space and time that lets them bring the future.
Shop the nununu SS19 collection at Orange Mayonnaise or on the nununu website here
Photo’s provided by Studio ToutPetit
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