Duchess and Lion is a new kidswear brand that combine vintage inspired designs with a modern twist. The result is a quirky, cool and comfortable collection. Baggy pants, lovely scarves, cosy jumpsuits… I love its playful and ethical approach to designing and production of children’s garments (it exudes a fun, natural, active and fresh perspective of the world).
You’ll find prints inspired on a vintage WWII blankets; vintage war patches, silhouettes influenced by ’60s; oversized prints, zippers on the outside, etc.
Here are some of the outfits:
The 1944 Denim Trouser (unisex model) was inspired by the war era swiss army blankets often used in the field or in outpost to combat the harsh cold of winter.
The Uniform dress is inspired by a classic, early 60’s silhouette and is sized to hit above the knee, making it playful and cosy. You can mix it with the Windtalker leg warmers, the perfect accessory for fall and winter.
Comfortable baggy overall with the big white cross. I’d want one in my size!
The Seeing Lines Romper is a perfect play suit for all seasons. It’s a versatile and easy-to-wear piece.
And a dress for special occasions! The Holiday dress is adorned with a faux fur collar and 100% cotton lining throughout.
View the entire collection on its website, it is so cool!
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