Kids Fashion


Good Boy Friday, a reasonably new American brand that mixes traditional style with modern fabrics.

Kellee Bachour, the owner and designer of Good Boy Friday, designs clothes that are functional, comfortable and can easily be taken from the playground to a birthday party. The designs incorporate woven and knit fabrics with great sketchy graphics. 

Time for an interview with the talented Kellee Bachour.


How would you describe your brand?

Good Boy Friday is all about taking a classic pattern, a modern print and putting them together. I love working with (and dressing my son in) traditional fabrics like twill and chambray, but it was important to me to update those wonderful but basic options.

What inspired SS14?

I started SS14 with a very focused color palate of black/ white/ chambray and touches of neon and I wanted to incorporate geometric shapes. On a trip to Los Angeles for a textile show I spotted the ikat and loved the natural hand-loomed aesthetic but also the inherent geometric pattern… and the colors of course.

Triangles, rectangles and circles appear in subtle and not-so subtle details in every piece; look for them!

What is your favorite piece from the collection?

From first design and now to launch, I’ve been looking at this collecting for almost a year and I’m still so in love with the pieces. If I had to pick a favorite it’d probably be the chambray woven tank with over locked edges, can’t wait for summer so I can put my son in it!

Do you have children? How does that influence your work?

Being inspired to start was completely inspired by my son Gideon. When we began two years ago he was 2 and I designed clothes for two year olds but as Gideon has grown, so has my understanding of how boys want to be dressed as well as given me time to research and better understand the market.

What are the most rewarding and most challenging aspects of your job?

The most rewarding part of all this wonderful clothes making is creating, not just clothes but a space and outlet for my energy. The most challenging part is finding balance. After years of working in advertising agencies with late nights and weekend shoots I thought I was prepared for the amount of work necessary but owning your own business is infinitely harder! I’ve learned to compartmentalize so when my son comes home from school, that’s our time together.

How would you describe your own personal style?

I’m easily spotted around town in my usual outfit, Burberry jacket, well-loved Louis Vuitton, skinny denims and flats.

Where can our readers buy your brand?

We are truly a boutique brand. We have boutiques carrying the line in Europe, Hong Kong, Australia and the US – consumers can also find us online at

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