Happy New Year everyone!
Traditions in the Netherlands at this time of year include eating oliebollen (deep-fried dough balls of which we’ve eaten way too many of), watching fireworks and diving into the North Sea, lakes or canals.
I’m not a fan of swimming in cold water, but thankfully the French brand Born to be Kitch, also known as BBK dived into the far more clement sea near Biarritz for their summer 2016 collection.
Created by Catherine Seixo, an architect and designer from Bordeaux, BBK’s collection illustrates a universe uniquely dedicated to infants that takes its inspiration from children’s fashion from the beginning of the Century and decorative arts from the Thirties.
A classically elegant style associating subdued and refined forms with noble fabrics that have been selected for their quality: wool and velvet cotton for winter, poplin and linen for summer. A collection that has been designed and produced within the “French couture” traditions: comfortable and elegant cuts with neat finishings; the clothes are decorated with pretty braids and antique embroideries.”
BBK’ creations are absolutely adorable and are happy to let you know that BBK has items for women this SS16 collection as well.
[All photographs taken by Emily Kornya]