Here is another denim brand for children called Havoc Denim. They are a premium denim brand which caters for children from 2-14 years old. This is a look at the Summer 2011 range from the Australian label and it shows that bright colours and funky denim are a great combination this season for the little ones.
Havoc Denim kids clothing is much loved by mums because of its high quality, durability and sturdiness in cropped jackets, signature jeans, and cool denim dresses – with some fab brights thrown in too! They are currently the leading denim brand in children’s wear in Australia and you can find out more about the brand by visiting their website at Havocdenim.com. Do you dress your children in premium denim?
Love Nation Denim is a new denim brand which is hitting the market this Fall at department stores such as JCPenny and other specialty retailers. The brand offers a lot of cuts and washes with thicker stitching and aims to fill a void in the women’s market by offering premium quality denim for only $50 per jean! What do you think of the new brand? It reminds me a lot of Miss Me jeans with the thick thread stitching. I’m not really a fan of this kind of look though, I prefer subtle jeans.
GunnClothing is an English based denim brand which literally just launched in June 2011. They are planning to have a lot more styles by the end of the year. So far, they have a pair of light blue jeans shorts with contrasting white pockets. They have British style branding with a Union Jack inspired logo on the leather patch at the back and they have British sports inspiration like the polo mallet and an old fashioned riding crop on the patch embroidery.
Each pair of these is in a limited run of 300 shorts so they are pretty exclusive. They are uniquely numbered on the patch at the back. The best part is they only cost £35! You can see from the photos what they look like and how English inspired the brand is from the modeled shots. I do quite like the idea of the contrasting blue and white denim. What do you think of GunnClothing denim shorts? You can purchase these shorts online at their website here.
Little Rivet Jeans launched in 2009 using bright bold colours in denim for kids aged 1-6. They have now expanded their range to encompass boys and girls aged 8-14 as well. I think it’s great that a company has come out with a premium denim brand just for kids, I know a lot of mums and dads like to dress their children in denim so this is a good idea. Little Rivet use a number of European cloths in their fits and they are sourcing some Japanese denim for a premium end capsule for the brand as well.
They aim to supply mums and dads with the option of choice when needing to purchase such a key wardrobe staple such as jeans for their children. There is a style to suit every kids style and personality; from the Square Straight cut to the Miners Cinchback and the Slim Zipper for boys and their established Slim Straight jean for girls offered in seasonally relevant colours; along with the edgy Twisted Seam jean and Slim Zipper. They use environmentally friendly techniques and biodegradable processes throughout their range developments too. Little Rivet Jeans focus on fit, style and construction to ensure their range has a fit to suit your occasion. What do you think? Will you be dressing your little ones in Little Rivet Jeans?