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18 May 2017

Botanical Bubble

Florals never go out of season – and, with London's renowned Chelsea Flower show just around the corner, we're sharing our pick of botanical delights from Bubble brands. Bring the garden in-store this July…

Le Mu

The latest collection from girl's occasionwear specialist Le Mu is a typically feminine affair; think full-skirts, exquisite florals and on-trend frills, all offset by edgy denim and tough, statement outerwear.

As ever, show-stopping party dresses are the main event - and tulle, lace and hand-embroidery all figure heavily. The label has also tapped into the 70s trend; we love that floral bomber jacket!


Kokacharm’s loungewear manages to be both cute and cool – and, while they’re more tropical-paradise than English-country-garden, we can’t resist a pineapple print. 

Launched five years ago, the Korean brand specialises in comfortable, understated children's essentials - which, thanks to a wide range of playful motifs, are stylish and fun, too. Don't miss its embroidered sock sets - perfect for gifting!


Founded in 1963, leading Dutch fashion house Oilily is renowned for its pioneering use of prints.

Today, its colourful childrenswear - which runs the gamut from dresses, skirts, trousers, knits and jackets, to scarves and bags - is stocked by leading retailers worldwide. Expect classic pieces, lent a playful edge by on-trend, tongue-in-cheek prints. 

Rockahula Kids

Rockahula Kids' child-friendly accessories would make an irresistibly quirky addition to your Spring/Summer offer.

A firm industry favourite, the label creates everything from ditsy charm bracelets and necklaces, to bags, purses, sun-hats and hair clips. Look out for its new boy's range, featuring canvas caps and matching backpacks...

See more best-in-show blooms at Bubble London this July; you can register for a free ticket here...

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