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Partner News: Juliet & The Band

March 21st 2012

Partner News: Juliet & The Band
Here’s a kid’s brand which is going to make some noise! If some of you come from the UK, you may have heard about this label. For those who don’t know it yet, it’s a nice surprise for this early spring! Founded by Anne-Laure Ferrand in 2010 in London, Juliet & The Band offers chic and casual clothing for children between the ages of 2 and 14. This “mumtrepreneur” moved to HK recently and decided to develop her “baby” in Asia. Fab! Anne-Laure and her team didn’t waste a minute! Just arrived and already an online store and a showroom have been launched. Now let’s get into the thick of things. So the products! Out of the question to have to choose between comfort and style: the clothes were created for active children. The materials and cuts, everything was thought out to be easy to wear. The designer just needs to watch her three children evolve to imagine her collections. The most beautiful source of inspiration! For the girls, we are crazy about the Mauvey and Clarricoates blouses in Liberty materials (from London of course!) and the Harem pants. Let’s not forget the little turban headbands, which will complete a wonderful bobo look! For the boys, we like the Big Wave polo-shirt for its surfer look and the short sleeved polo-shirts. The best is probably that you check all of this out for yourself. Hurry up and visit the Juliet & The Band website to discover the different styles! 
Juliet & The Band
11D, Kwai Bo Ind Bldg, 40 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, 
contact@julietandtheband.com /+ 852 5198 3863 / +852 5416 6260 
Next Sale :
22 March 2012, 9am-4pm – Repulse Bay
Burnside G54 – 9 South Bay Road
27 March 2012, 10am-6pm – Tai Tam
Spring Sale Bazaar - The American Club Tai Tam
28 & 29 March 2012 - Stanley
D6, Stanley Knoll
42 Stanley Village Road
28 March 2012 : 9am-9pm
29 March 2012: 9am-4pm
Discover the online shop by clicking on the link below:

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