Caught My Eye > Litttle Prachee, Sotomoto, Gnaana Multi-lingual Alphabet Blocks, Pero for children
Some refreshing products for children that I enjoyed seeing.
Prachi Walia (NIFT) grew up travelling across India, discovering Indian textiles and now brings it all into her collection. Vintage ‘mom-crafted’ frocks, and the joy of dressing up inspired her in creating Litttle Prachee. Love the use of embroidery, Indian fabrics and the sense of play – would love to see some for boys. You can find more of her work here.
The prints are playful, the colours are happy and many are gender neutral which is wonderful. Sotomoto is at 24/2 Hauz Khas Village on the ground and 1stfloor, Tuesday to Sunday from 11am to 7pm. And online here and here.
The Gnaana alphabet blocks are truly practical and meaningful. And a wonderful way to introduce your child to a new language. You can pick yours here.
Pero, for children
Aneeth Arora’s Pero is a delightful brand. It tucks in lots of lovely details and brings together varied Indian fabrics like ikats, natural dyed khadi, woven chanderis, gamocha from Assam, telia rumals from Andhra Pradesh. Get some here.
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Tags: Children, Gnaana, Litttle Prachee, Multi Lingual Alphabet Blocks, Pero, Sotomoto