Hedonist by Instinct

"Hedonists" by Instinct*

For fall-winter 2018-19, children’s fashion draws its inspiration from nature and blends it with an urban way of life and a hedonistic state of mind.

Flower animals Nice Things Mini
Bottle Vases by the Foekje Fleur

The wardrobe, designed to move seamlessly from indoors to outdoors, is comfortable yet functional and borrows from the codes of sportswear. Materials are soft, comforting, from thin velvets to softened denims and knits** with playful details. Outdoor pieces are made from recycled plastics, resulting in gear that respects the environment.

Photo shooting by Federico Leone for Milk Magazine

Safely wrapped in ample, padded puffer jackets and wearing colorful boots, children can run through fields in any weather and loot treasures of chestnut husks, leaves, and branches, things they will bring back to decorate their bedrooms or give as presents. Nature as a gift which is there to be shared.

Flower ice-cream Camphor Fall Winter 17
Tableware Nuppu
Hand ceramics by Working in the Redwoods
Knit jumper by Camphors
Wynken FW18-19 collection
Stationery by Papersmith
Isola shelves, studio Brichet Ziegler

A pastel harmony of beige and gray-green finds its counterpoint in a red, yellow, and deep green that expresses an infectious joie de vivre. Blue denim coupled with an earthy tone modernizes the silhouettes.

*Instinct is a creative agency based in Paris since 2014 that specializes in fashion and beauty. Mixing trends, innovation and environmental awareness, Instinct’s expertise allows brands to reinvent themselves within a sector that is in full revolution. Its flexible structure means it can offer a customized service, tailored to the needs of every client, and to adopt a forward-looking, joyful, and above all human approach to fashion!

Stéphanie Grand

Monday March 19, 2018

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