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Littlephant baby collection returns to Lindex
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Mar '13
This spring the second Littlephant collection, a continued collaboration between Lindex and Swedish illustrator and designer Camilla Lundsten, will be launched at Lindex baby department. The happy little elephant and his friends were first featured on baby clothes through the first Littlephant collection and this time the collection is made of organic cotton.

"When we started to work with the second Littlephant collection we decided we wanted to work with lots of colours, which are of course nice for spring and appreciated when designing children’s clothing. Soft, organic cotton and function is also an important part of the collection", says Stina Falck, designer at Lindex.

After brainstorming ideas the design team decided to work with Littlephant characters on tops and printed buttoms. The fit is loose and comfy and loose striped and dotted trousers go with bodys feauturing Littlephant and his friends. And this time we get to meet more of Littlephant’s friends!

"We have really allowed Littlephant’s most childish expressions and more of our characters to be featured in this collection. The choice of garments and their design encourages children’s playfulness and joy of being creative. The playful dogs, the cats and the giraffe family are just a few of the characters playing in the collection", says Camilla Lundsten.

It’s supposed to be easy to choose and combine your favorite pieces from the collection without making it feel like to well match. The collection is available in size 56-86 and contains bodys, trousers, a dress with leggings, pajama, and one-piece and matching accessories.

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