This one goes out to lovers of family, skateboarding and rock ‘n’ roll. Triangle Clothing is a Kiwi label for one to 12-year-olds founded by streetwear supremo Nick Clegg in 2015. An old school punk, Nick’s seen some things, but credits his three kids – his triangle – for seeing him through tough times and more. Hell yeah.
There’s something to be said for spectacularly fun, super bright, graphic print tees that every kid can wear everywhere. And that something is “WANT”. The brainchild of two Sydney mums (DJ Wendy Zakaria and party stylist Astrid Jayengsari), DooWop makes t-shirts and socks that are the clothing equivalent of C+C Music Factory’s Everybody Dance Now. Woo!
You’ve seen them in pajamas and on Andy Warhol prints – but this season bananas get the Minti treatment and, I’ve gotta say, I think it’s their best look yet. Made with love in Melbourne.
Rebels. Radicals. Grommets: this is your jam. Munsterkids is inspired by surf, skate and street culture. This Cronulla company is also a sleeping giant of the kids clothing scenes with an absolutely massive range and international reach.
[note: Eden wears Triangle Tee, MunsterKids silver leggings]
It’s not clothing, but any kid toting crazy-cool stationery from Yoobi will feel seriously smart. Even better: for every product bought, Yoobi donates another to a child in need via the Smith Family. Win.