Monday, 10 October 2016

ICELANDIC IGLO + INDI AW16 MEETS SAILOR BY MIANN&CO x PAXANDHART // ORGANIC AND ETHICAL CHILDREN'S WEAR // TOYS


It’s always going to be spectacular when Artists Collaborate together. And it certainly is fabulous with this limited edition collection of the talented children’s illustrator Emma Labattaglia from @paxandhart who got together with the beautiful children’s toys brand Miann & Co. Emma creates the most beautiful children posters and Miann & Co creates the most cutest soft toys! The pair have put two of Emma’s popular characters: Winnie & Sailor to life by making them to the most gorgeous crochet dolls. The result is just amazing.

Leon was a lucky boy and had the opportunity to go out on adventure with Mr Sailor. He brought him to check out an empty boat house. He had fun running up and down the ramp and watching the birds, then he balanced on big wooden sticks. Sailor was always with him, he is his best friend.

Mr L got dressed up in the organic end ethical label Iglo+Indi from Island created by Helga Ólafsdóttir. They are one of my favorite brands and they are turning 8 years old now! They have a lot of great discounts on their website to celebrate. They always use fun handmade illustrated prints and the way they fit is really comfortable to play in.  Created for the playful and curios child.  In each collection all the outfits are easy to mix and match and they make sure the production of each garment are ethically made. The factories go through audit to make sure they have fair employee policy and of course they use organic cotton!

Mr L wears the Rhino horn jacket and pants with the cool cactus monster T-shirt. They also design the best children tattoos to match any outfit with. He’s wearing the eagle tattoo and Mr L looks like one of my favorite  Astrid Lindgren characters Emil of Lönneberga in his fallen broken street kids hat. In the end Mr L was so tired and fell asleep in his bed with Sailor right next to him.

 Wish you all an amazing week!! Xx

Ingrid is a children's photographer located in the gorgeous coastal NSW. 
She is a regular contributor to the FWC blog. 
You can see more of Ingrid's work for FWC: here
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