What will Scandinavian kids be wearing in the Spring? We got a glimpse of the styles to come when Polarn O. Pyret and OneTwoTen staged a children’s show in Stockholm’s House of Culture.

A children’s fashion show, by the way, is a great way to start the week. The small people who took a trek around the circular runway put every adult in the audience in a good mood, even on a grey Monday morning .
Karina Lundel, senior designer at premier children’s label Polarn O. Pyret presented a Spring collection which included a wide variety of inspirations, everything from the minimalism of the 90s to hippie styles of the 1970s. Climbing aboard the unisex bandwagon, Polarn O. Pyret is now offering shirts with flowery patterns for both boys and girls.

OneTwoTen, which distributes a dozen brands in Sweden, including its own eBBe collection (extra Beautiful Basic equipment), showed some cool Nordic labels. We especially liked the colorful, funky styles of Copenhagen-based Molo. Some of the other brands distributed by OneTwoTen are Scotch Shruk/Scotch R’ belle, Wheat, Designletters, Ej sikke lej, Katvig, Kids Ink, Hummel and Havaianas. Photos: Alexander Farnsworth

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