Designer Childrenswear

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What are slider shoes?

Stuck in a rut with your childrenswear? Deciding what trends will suit the little ones come the new season? You’re not alone, and whilst the weather doesn’t feel like it right now, the summer months will be here before we know it. So, it’s a great time to start getting those wish lists ready!One of the top footwear trends of last year was sliders (sometimes even with sandals – fashion has well and truly done a 360!), and they don’t look to be going anywhere anytime soon. Not just great... Read More

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Where can I buy a Neil Barrett t-shirt?

If you’re looking for designer childrenswear from an iconic British designer that are full of strong, minimalist motifs, you’ll love Neil Barrett’s kid’s t-shirts. Neil Barrett has developed a name for himself with minimal, signature designs across his men’s and women’s ranges, and this carries forward into his mini me style boys t-shirts. When you’re looking for Neil Barrett lightning t-shirts for your kids, make sure you check out the range available at Designer Childrenswear. Who is Neil Barrett? Neil Barrett’s interest in fashion started at a very young age. Shortly... Read More

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Are expensive clothes worth it?

When you have children, many people are against spending a lot of money on clothes as children tend to ruin things at quite a rapid rate (especially when they’re babies).With this in mind, you may be wondering if it’s worth investing in a designer wardrobe for your mini me. Think Gucci kids, Givenchy baby and Lelli Kelly – all the labels! Here’s just a few reasons why spending just a bit more on children’s clothes, and designer ones at that, can indeed be worth it. First and foremost, we’re advocates of the saying ‘buy cheap... Read More

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Why the Beamish is the perfect family day out

Beamish is Britain’s best-loved open air museum. Laid out over an incredible 300 acres it recreates what life was like in northern England during the late 1800s and early 1900s, while exploring the rich industrial heritage of the region.Don’t expect a dry as dust museum though. Beamish is all about bringing history to life and in 2020 it’s celebrating its Golden Jubilee. You can explore a 1900s town, a colliery village from the same era, a wartime farm, ride on an early steam train and even go down a coal... Read More


Things to do in the North East with the kids in May half term

Children can be a demanding bunch so it’s important to have a variety of options available to ensure they’ll never be bored this half term. So to help make your task easier, we’ve put together a list of some of the North East’s best days out for you and your little ones this half term. The Forbidden Corner, Coverham Do your children have a taste for adventure and mystery? If so, they’ll love the Forbidden Corner. With a labyrinth of mysterious characters, mind-bending sculptures and logic-defying puzzles, there’s plenty to entertain... Read More

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Young Versace

What is Young Versace? For the fashion conscious, Versace is a household name, as their iconic clothes have graced both runways and red carpets for decades. In 1993, Gianni Versace’s sister Donatella launched the Young Versace range, which makes the brand’s classic quality and style available to children. However, at the start of the AW2019 season, Young Versace became known as Versace, to reflect the evolution of the brand.  Versace’s design aesthetic includes iconic motifs and eye-catching patterns, all elements that translate perfectly into a playful and fun designer childrenswear collection.... Read More


Jungle prints galore Spring/Summer Versace

As part of September’s fashion month, Jennifer Lopez closed the Versace SS20 runway show with a nod to the iconic green dress that she wore almost twenty years prior. The original dress that she wore to the Grammy’s in the year 2000 broke the internet and the image of her in it was credited with inspiring the creation of Google Images. Google executive Eric Schmidt revealed in 2015 it was ultimately responsible for the function, after hundreds of thousands of users tried to search for the red carpet image and... Read More