We have a long tradition of supporting new webshops on Les enfants a Paris and today we’re featuring one of our new favourites Maysons.nl
Rowena started Maysons.nl last season as a shop specializing in boys clothes but this season they’ve expanded that to cater for boys, girls and babies as well as kids based interior design.
Something I really like about Maysons.nl is the fact they are truly global, featuring brands from The Nederlands (Little Indians) Sweden (I dig denim), Denmark (Soft Gallery), America (Noch Mini), France (Emile et Ida) and Spain (1+ in the family) to name a few. Hip, trendy designs that I and my Husband would be just as likely to wear as Alexander.
Feel free to visit www.maysons.nl
Some of our favourite brands;
I TALK TOO MUCH, a fun-loving French brand.
I Talk Too Much offers a range of chic and comfortable clothes with great attention to quality and details. Their tees are made of a very soft 100% cotton jersey, and made in Portugal.
I DIG DENIM, a brand from Gothenburg in Sweden. Children’s clothing from I Dig Denim is made of durable, time-right denim and fits perfect for any occasion.
The SS15 collection welcomes the return of a few modern classics, among them the soho shorts and the great bomber jacket in a new colour version, light grey, and in lighter Spring materials.
EMILE ET IDA: a cute brand from France, produced mainly in Portugal.
EMILE ET IDA offers a range of kids clothing for children aged 0 – 16 years old in a simple and bohemian style. With its soft fabrics and Liberty prints, they presents a collection in pastel colours that is both casual and unique.
SOFT GALLERY, Tina Holt Miller and Barbara Hvidt are the brains behind Soft Gallery, founded the 2007. Their selection of clothing is created from collaborations with local and international artists, whose illustrations and artwork are being translated into Soft Gallery‘s clothes.
The SS15 collection Le Voyage collection is bounteous of memories of travels to distant destinations printed with wild tigers, golden lions, sweet watermelon and magic conchs, iconic post card prints, anchors and souvenirs from past times, marble patterns, sporty letters and splashy dots. A collection of memories that is the story of the voyager.