Little Pea, a new, print driven collection of girl’s separates for Spring/Summer 2010, caught the eye of HUDSON’S at KIDShow in August, with retro-inspired prints, bright colors and girlish details.
During breakfast with HUDSON’S co-founder/publisher Margaret Mobius, designer Sara McMahon talked about her fun, carefree philosophy for kids’ clothes – as a mother of two little girls, Little Pea’s founder is no stranger to the fashionable needs of today’s sophisticated child.
“My goal is to create a line of modern pieces that are easy to wear and can easily be mixed and matched together or incorporated into the existing wardrobes of any little girl,” she says. Especially since the busy lifestyle of today’s family requires pieces that can transition from school, to the playground, to dinner , style – together with functionality – is key.
The Portland, OR-based company pays careful attention to comfort, and detailing is applied to each piece. Flirty empire waist tops, A-line dresses and ruffled skirts fashioned in an array of eye-catching prints and key basics such as denim and linen, make it easy to create a variety of outfits with just a few key pieces.
Fresh. Unexpected. And as Margaret says, “Simply beautiful.”
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