New prints for aden + anais
Four new print collections will feature in the brand’s s/s 17 offer.
By Laura Turner
7 February 2017
Babycare brand aden + anais
, which is widely known for its muslin swaddling, sleeping, feeding and bath time products, is introducing four new print collections for s/s 17.
Leader of the Pack is a gender-neutral collection comprising four prints in soft hues of blue, orange, grey and yellow. Designs include a grey and white stripe, a triangle design, a bicycle and a lion.
The Lovebird collection for girls sees prints in soft pinks and greys with two variations of a heart print, an owl and bird design and a bird cage print.
Meanwhile, Lovestruck offers a monochrome collection using prints in greys and black. Highlights include a skull and crossbow print, a black and white stripe, a grey and black graphic design and the “lovestruck” arrow design in grey and black.
Finally, the Thistle collection for girls features prints in soft pink, purple and blue hues, with a sleeping owl print, a pale blue and white stripe, a hedgehog and a graphic pink and white print.
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