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KappAhl unveils animal print inspired kid's collection
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May '13
This autumn, KappAhl kids’ collection has something for every child and every occasion. Themes range from Rock to Romance, and garments from traditional simple knits to knitwear.

Simple models meet cool patterns and neutral colours meet the barren winter landscape with animal prints inspired by wolves and leopards.

This autumn the kids’ collection has something for everyone. Checks and stripes pattern tops and blouses for older girls, in the typical rock theme colours of red, white and black. For older boys, the printed t-shirt is in, along with the knitted jumper and biker jacket with graphic designs.

For a more romantic look, powdery colours such as pink, off-white and grey are the order of the day, with black as the base colour. Lace, sequins and flowers adorn the garments and are found on both knitted sweaters and more simple tops and feminine dresses for both older and younger girls. The silhouette for autumn is a narrower trouser in corduroy or denim combined with a sweater or longer knitted tunic.

Nearer to “back to school” dates, this autumn's signature colours return as burgundy, moss green and dark blue on both shirts and trousers, together with floral prints. Contrasts appear as rugby tops and sweaters meet softer colours and floral prints.

The checked shirt, combined with coloured chinos, is in for boys of all sizes. For a slightly tougher look, denim shirts and knitted jumpers are available with a skull design. The college jacket makes a comeback along with the entire college theme, with long arm shirts and jumpers with number prints and logos making a return.

The college-inspired clothing is also available in the smallest sizes for boys, in tones of grey, dark blue and off-white with yellow detail. Sweatpants in grey or denim, together with the college-inspired body or shirt, make up the key look.

KappAhl’s Newbie collection continues in the characteristic soft colours of turquoise, pink, beige, off-white and dark blue. Animal, graphic and floral prints also make a comeback for younger children.

You will find wide trousers as well as narrower ones in the form of leggings along with checked shirts and striped tops in the nautical spirit. The colours allow many combination options where cardigans, bodies and dresses can easily be mixed and matched.

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