Yesterday Kidscase presented their collaboration with conceptual designer Antoine Peters.
Antoine is the father of the one-year-old Alf, and to celebrate his arrival to have co-created this collection. Antoine was a designer for Eastpak, Moooi by Marcel Wanders, United Nude, Quinze & Milan, Film Festival Rotterdam, Effio, Gsus Industries, EYE and Viktor & Rolf. And some of his work has been in museums. And now clothing!
The result is nice, super joyful and funny, obviously inspired by his own son, but also by kids in general. Their contagious smiles and curious way to look at life.
The collection makes us happy and we wish, just like Antoine himself, there were bigger sizes for adults. Because a sweater with that awesome smile or beanie with circles would look quite cool on some dads and moms.
The collection consists of 8 pieces for boys, and girls who don’t fancy pink and frills. Sizes run from 3 months up to 10 years.
We think it’s pretty rad when a dad designs a whole collection for his son and above are happy he wants to share it with all of us.
The collaboration between Antoine Peters and Kidscase is a good one. The fit really well, because Kidscase is know for it’s minimalistic and timeless styles. This collection is now available in stores, online and the Orange Mayonnaise webshop.
For the original post, see UrbanMoms.nl blog