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Five cool clothes brands for kids

Cool kids clothes can be hard to find, so we've done all the legwork for you

By Katie Rosseinsky

Your search for cool kids clothes stops here. Togs for tots shouldn't have to be covered in cutesy patterns or embarassing slogans, so we've dug out five collections aimed at mini fashionistas with a discerning eye for style. Trust us, you'll be wishing you were pint-sized, too. For more shopping for tots, head to one of London's best children's clothes shops

Five cool kidswear collections

H&M Kids

For the first time, H&M's seasonal kidswear drop includes a bunch of designs that are identical to grown-up pieces from the brand's fashion-forward Studio line. Perfect if your mini-me is a fashion editor in the making. The outerwear is especially noteworthy – we like the camel-coloured bomber jacket and the swanky russet faux-fur coat. £3.99-£49.99.

Gap Kids + Peanuts

Woodstock and pals provide the inspiration for Gap Kids' latest collaboration. The Snoopy printed skate shoes and T-shirts are cute, sure. But we've really fallen head-over paws for the cosy-looking cardie based on Charlie Brown's yellow top. From £9.95. Available from October 20.


Jean Charles de Castelbajac x Petit Bateau

Two quintessentially French labels collide as Jean-Charles de Castelbajac lends his larger-than-life aesthetic to Petit Bateau's trademark nautical styles. His cheery, primary-hued cartoons adorn cute T-shirts for fashionable tots, with prices starting at £22. Available from October 19.

The Mini Edit

Launching this summer, The Mini Edit was born out of a desire to curate a kids' shop without traditional ideals. It's certainly that. Home to some of the coolest mini-me brands out there, this site is anything but cutesy: foil print sweatshirts from streetwear brand Someday Soon sit alongside playful dresses by quirky label Bang Bang Copenhagen. We just wsh we had as much swagger as the tots who wear this stuff.


Mini Rodini

Thanks to slightly surreal graphics and bold animal patterns, Swedish kidswear label Mini Rodini is anything but twee. To celebrate its arrival at Harrods, a pop-up will occupy part of the fourth floor until the end of the month. It's so good that we're crossing our fingers for a foray into clothes for grown-ups. From £24.95.

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Shopping Womenswear

Winter is fast approaching and with it comes Christmas celebrations, the joys of Christmas shopping in London and err, cold weather. No need to freeze up at the thought of it, we've hunted high and low to find the top ten winter coats in London for under £150. So prepare to bundle up, take a look at our suggestions below and check out London's best shopping events - we'll get you warmed up in no time.


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