Monday, 21 April 2014


The danish duo, Camilla x 2, who make up Luckyboysunday have really gotten an incredible fanbase worldwide, and not without reason: their handmade, 100% baby alpaca pillows, throws and dolls are beyond description soft and captivating.

I actually wondered what the fuss was about until I held BonBon Rose in my hands and couldn't leave the store without her. So therefor, let me talk about who BonBon is in our family. 

She makes miss W happy when miss W is sad. She keeps her warm and comfortable at night. They sleep in the same bed and when miss W wakes up, its with a big smile, even giggles, to see BonBon there next to her. BonBon takes a beating too, but nothing BonBon cant handle. She is sturdy and soft at the same time. She is a superhero sometimes. She can fly sometimes. She is the one, single one toy, that Mr C knows is only miss W's and so H E leaves t h e m alone. And t h a t is pretty golden. Especially to miss W I'd say. 
We love our ( o u r ) BonBon. 

I have even painted a painting inspired by one of their pillows. I mean, you have to go touch something from LBS and you 
W I L L know what the F U S S is really about.

Get LBS here:

About themselves they say:

luckyboysunday is a brand of modern luxury knitted art toys and soft furnishings for the home, inspired by an artistic take on the world of children.
the brand’s danish designers, camilla koerschen and camilla ebdrup, are highly creative textile designers with backgrounds in fashion and art, who founded their studio in 2007.
“ we sat down on a bench by the lakes in copenhagen, shaking each other hands promising to design the best brand we could think off ”
all luckyboysunday’s designs are manufactured in bolivia, where alpaca have been bred for their precious wool for centuries. all items are knitted in cooperatives working under the fair trade principle by very talented women, using only the highest grade wool, which is as valuable and as soft as cashmere.
“ we support some of the poor population by giving them a good job and a fair price. at the same time the bolivian knitters make our dreams come alive ”


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