To mark the launch of Childrenswear, Baby clothing and Accessories at ACHICA, we check out the charming delights of Their Nibs, founded by designer Fiona Bell at her studio in Kensal Rise (described by Vogue as the ‘hippest street in Europe’). Fiona’s whimsical clothing range is known for its original retro style and exquisite prints, which she creates herself. It’s described as ‘adorable’ by Kate Moss and ‘beautiful’ by Sadie Frost. Fiona, who is also author of Author of Vintage Style For Kids, created this range for parents who want to dress their children as children, with originality and flair. Many of the designs are inspired by vintage garments from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. You can take a sneaky peak of the range here. We also have FIVE COPIES of Vintage Style For Kids (Jacqui Small) TO GIVE AWAY (hoorah!). In her book, Fiona reveals how to make her gorgeous garments, from cute babies’ clothes and pretty party dresses to classic shirts and pyjamas, with cutting patterns provided on a disc and easy to follow instructions.
To be in with the chance of winning Vintage Style For Kids – 25 patterns for timeless clothes & accessories by Fiona Bell:
Then email email@example.com with your name and address.
Competition ends midday 31st Jan 2011.* Good luck!
Check out ACHICA.com for the Their Nibs, which starts 8am Mon 24th Jan 2011.
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Only members of ACHICA will be put into the draw. One entry per email address. We welcome email entries from friends, colleagues and relatives as long as they have separate email addresses. Winner will be chosen at random on 31st Jan 2011 by ACHICA Living’s Editor. Usual ACHICA terms & conditions apply.
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Emily Peck, Editor
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