French children’s clothing is known for timelessness. It’s classic, with beautiful muted colours and chic in a way other countries just don’t seem to be able to replicate.
La Fabrique de Rilou AW14 fits the description.
Simple and comfortable cuts with a touch of retro are to the fore coupled with a touch of humor and poetry. The collections are hand made in France, and are either limited edition or unique.
Impact on the environment is important to La Fabrique de Rilou and natural bio degradable materials are preferred. The range of colours are soft and sober but decorated with subtle shades representing A world of sweetness and light that accompanies the child in his discovery of the world!
We got the opportunity to organise a photoshoot at the Chateau in Chantilly with some creations from the La Fabrique de Rilou Aw14 collection, hope you like it!
Riley is wearin La Fabrique de Rilou’s ‘Robe Fortunee‘.
My own little boy Alexander is wearing La Fabrique de Rilou’s ‘Short Gabin‘ [tartan vert] combined with a Kidscase sweater from the webshop Orange Mayonnaise, Collegien socks and beautiful leather Angulus boots from the webshop The Little Nordic Shop.
Charlie & Thomas
Misty is dressed in the thick white cotton ‘Tunique Suzanne‘ from La Fabrique de Rilou’s Aw14 collection.
A lovely day out for Les enfants a Paris to the Chateau of Chantilly. All children dressed in La Fabrique de Rilou and Collegien.
The two beautiful sisters Misty and Riley from NYC.
Photographs taken in Paris by the talented children’s fashion photographer Emily Kornya.
Originally from Toronto Canada, Emily just began a new journey, one that took her to live in Paris, France for a year. Still only 21 and completing an undergraduate degree in English Literature, Russian Literature, and South Slavic Studies, Emily has huge talents, and not only in the photographic field.