neve / hawk


012413_nevehawk_04The simple dreams of childhood inspire an entire collection that personifies joy.

Kris and Bob Galmarini enjoy a collaborative creative process of making art that is expressed as the clothing collection known as neve / hawk. Bob hand screens the original artwork, while Kris sews in the distinctive details you find in this American made children’s clothing line so hip and comfortable, you’ll wish the Galmarini’s were making it for big kids like us.

We’re about simple, deliciously comfortable clothes that speak to the heart of childhood.

012413_nevehawk_02The collection is made from soft fabrics and features the smallest amount of trim, buttons and zippers, in the name of true comfort. Designed to be layered and worn together, many pieces are reversible or convert into another garment –ultimately unique and personalized. What’s more, the graphics are exquisite and speak to the whimsy of pure idea. “Our designs come to life in the Lowcountry of South Carolina,” they say, “and neve / hawk is proud to source American made fabrics and employ stateside sew shops and manufacturers.”

012413_nevehawk_01The fight for kids’ creativity. neve / hawk is committed to this cause –and they use their God-given talent and craftsmanship in its name. Plus a portion of profits is donated to help keep the arts in public schools.

Kris and Bob recently launched neve / hawk into a full children’s collection with the help of popular crowd-sourcing vehicle Kickstarter, an internet-based way to fund creative endeavors. Watch their inspiring story here.

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