Childrenswear specialists will be at Indigo Paris!

With the childrenswear market growing year on year, the specialism is becoming more important by the day. From colour-focused collections to print focused pieces, Indigo Paris will have a variety of childrenswear studios displaying their work this September. Paper & Cloth, with their strong illustrations, Lucie Bellion, with her naïve aesthetic and the colour focused Never Forget Yvette are three such studios who will be showing their work this season.

Paper & Cloth

With a strong focus on illustration and characters, the approach Paper & Cloth take to their designs may well be whimsical but has a commercial focus on colour and trend. For this season’s Indigo Paris, they will show an autumnal palette of petrol blues through to marine greens, as well as peach golds and violet hues.


Lucie Bellion

Describing their designs as a bit naïve and a bit handsome, Lucie Bellion will be showing their Summer 2015 and Winter 2015/16 collections at the upcoming Indigo Paris. Working with different tones of yellow and indigo for Summer, as well as a selection of darker tones for winter, Lucie Bellion take only the essential inspirations from the catwalk before combining it with their innovative, creative vision.


Never Forget Yvette

Drawing inspiration from colour and imagery on the catwalk and making it more accessible and usable for their market, Never Forget Yvette’s designs are eclectic and individual. Showing their AW15 collection this September, their designs take pride in the positive, clean colours palettes they use and how they relate directly to their customers.