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Business Design Centre, London


22 December 2016

Following the stars

Forget ladies dancing - we've got nine Rising Stars to share with you, just in time for Christmas! These first-time exhibitors will be vying for the title of Bubble's best launch brand in January 2017...

Hannah & Tiff

Inspired by traditional Vietnamese toys, Hannah & Tiff’s first wholesale collection features subtle colourways and bespoke prints.

The brand marries contemporary cuts with classic finishing-touches - from quilting, to intricate embroidery. Many of its elegant, understated pieces are handcrafted, using traditional techniques. 

Love & Honor

Love & Honor’s founder, Marie-Claire, designs uber-cool kidswear, taking inspiration from 70s skate culture, rock-and-roll, and family life beside the sea. 


Her clothing has an edgy, retro vibe; think faux-sheepskin gilets, hand-dyed leggings, hand-knitted beanie hats and fishermen's jumpers. 
IKKI (small but brave)

IKKI’s baby clothing, bedding and sleepwear is made from the finest Australian Merino.


Founder and textile engineer Rikki is passionate about wool, developing the range from raw material to finished product, and working exclusively with certified partners and mills. The result is a collection of brilliantly comfortable baby-products, as sustainable and safe as they are soft. 

Hello Mum

Hello Mum creates sweet, British-made baby clothing with a unique twist – it’s designed as a gift for new mums.


The family-run label’s cotton vests, bibs, hats and sleepsuits (which can also be purchased separately) come in a bespoke gift box, complete with a letter to mum herself. 


Launched by experienced midwife, nurse and aromatherapist Jan, the brand specialises in skincare products for pregnancy and beyond. Each carefully developed blend is safe for babies and mothers, and contains all-natural ingredients – from apricot, to mandarin orange, grapefruit and rose.


Tioom et Mère

Designed with comfort in mind, Tioom et Mère’s childrenswear has a classic French feel.


Founder Jun takes inspiration from the handmade clothing she wore as a child, using high-quality materials (think cotton flannel, corduroy, linen and wool) and traditional French patterns. A range of accessories – including elegant hairclips and soft muffler-scarves – are also available. 

Two Little Magpies

Two Little Magpies’ unisex clothing features simple, doodle-style prints, guaranteed to engage and inspire children.


The British brand is a real family affair; co-founder Hannah sourced materials from her kitchen table, while her sister, Becky, designed its trademark monochrome prints.

The Great British Baby Company

The Great British Baby Company’s elegant, heritage-inspired childrenswear is designed and manufactured entirely in UK workshops, using woven silks, wools, cashmeres and leathers.


Founder Rachael was keen to create luxury clothing that lived up to its billing, employing skilled craftspeople, and sourcing high-quality fabrics from mills across the country. The brand recently partnered with children’s rights organisation ECPAT UK; read more here.


Swiss brand Goganga creates bold, unconventional childrenswear for six to 13 year-olds. Produced exclusively in Italy, its clothing manages to be both quirky and wearable; expect edgy denim, contemporary cuts, and statement outerwear.

Catch our Rising Stars at the A/W17 edition of Bubble London – there’s still time to register for a ticket, or even apply for a stand! Merry Christmas! 

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