The Luvaville Blog
The Luvaville.com Blog is ALL about travel and lifestyle for urban parents. Here, we wish to share with you some of our travel experiences as well as tips and various recommendations on fashion, great design, trendy and practical products that go along with life as parents.
I'm lucky to live in a very nice neighborhood in Copenhagen called Amager, just by Christianshavn and with beach and metro as our nabos. This coming Saturday, we are having a really nice fleamarket in our courtyard.....you will find lots of interesting things especially if you have kids.......lots of fantastic clothes from Danish and international designers, great toys, baby and children's gear.....for the home you will find furniture, books and kitchen things, old LP's, womens and men's fashion, accessorises, paintings, retro things and much more......Come and find old, new and designer things at very reasonable prices.
Come and join us, we have a sand pit and a climbing structure for the children to play with and you can buy a cup of coffee and a little snack! We are looking forward to seeing you. Find more information on our facebook page here!
Saturday June 9th from 10.00 - 16.00, in the courtyard behind Amagerbrogade 11-17, 2300 Kbh S
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The fantastic and one of our favorite concept stores in Paris Merci is opening a shop in Milan just for the periode of the Milan Fair from the 17th to the 22nd of April. So if you're in Milan go check this one out!
Zona Tortona, Via Tortona 31, Milan, www.tortonadesignweek.com
Peggy from paul & paula has made me discover Cocon, a fantastic japanese designer named Akatsuka Masami. Her website and textile products are simply amazing, I just had to make a post about it as well. I'm drawn by her poetic and soft universe of dolls, children's clothes, mobiles and other textile products for the home...everything is simply gorgeous. Akatsuka is a mother of two, currently living in south of France. You can visit her shop here and please pay her blog a visit as well. So Beautiful!
We love the fabulous collaboration between Nils & Happy to see you. Made of beautiful Liberty fabrics, the collection for boys, girls AND dolls is simply adorable. You will find tunic, dresses, trousers, jackets and even cute accessories made for both children and their dolls...matching, off course. So cute, I think. Happy to see you also makes cute hand made dolls made of high quality wool. Don't forget to pay the website a visit....Here you will find dolls, dolls clothes made of fabulous fabrics such as Liberty fabrics and alpaca wool and even beautiful wooden dolls furniture. Wish I was a little girl again!
Swedish Piecemeal offers clothes and accessories made for people that care for the children and the future without having to lower their demands on quality or design. The collection is made in jersey, knits and
wovens. Sustainability is a key theme for Piecemeal and therefore the fabrics are carefully selected and are either ecologically certified, reused or recycled. Close contact with the factories is a must to ensure that they too have an engagement in environmental and social issues.The result is gorgeous clothes, good life and happy kids!
Inspired by its flagship store located 6, rue de Tournon in Paris, the new Bonpoint adress in New York opened in June, on 805 Madison Avenue. The Paris-based children’s brand opens its first mansion-like Maison store in NYC and the 3,500 square-foot space will stock clothes for boys and girls, the Y en a Marre collection for older girls and their mothers, and a full selection of natural, hypo-allergenic skincare and fragrances. Just one more reason to go to New York:)
All the new Authumn/Winter Collections are soon to be found in the shops, and there are SO many new and fabulous Labels and Collections. But one of my all time favorites are Gorgeous Caramel Baby & Child. You can shop from their website where you will find goodies such as clothes, accesoires, toys & books, interior etc.
Louloueskimo is a new French label presenting a collection of linen to live in, linen to sleep in and little things for girls between two and six year old. The super cool collection combines the Scandinavian phlegm and the French chic. For more info check out the website.
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