Spring/Summer20 Kids Designer Clothing FLEURS DU MALAPARTE

Verena Wondrak

    Each season is dedicated to a very special topic we draw inspiration from for our high-quality kids designer clothing. In the past we often got inspired by art: painters, movies, writers we are interested in. We are thrilled to introduce our inspiration for SS20 FLEURS DU MALAPARTE to you! For SS20 Hilda.Henri remembers a beloved ritual of childhood: living with grandparents during summer holidays. These incidents lent a very special character to these summer days: feeling more familiar than going on vacation and less routined than staying at home. Old habits are stumbling. Favorite games have to be...

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High-Quality and Sustainable – Kids Clothes Made From Boiled Wool

Verena Wondrak

  Hilda.Henri is inspired by Alpine traditions, interpreted in a contemporary way. Following this guideline we love to introduce one of our key fabrics for our sustainable kids designer clothes for winter. Former Mountain Farmer Fabric Boiled Wool Boiled wool, a felted fabric produced from knitted wool, refined with heat, water, and exercise, is one of the key fabrics of the collections of Hilda.Henri. Hilda.Henri is liberating the erstwhile Alpine farming fabric from the context of traditional costumes, breathing new life into it and giving it a focus on cute kids` designer clothing. The unique product characteristics of milled loden, as a natural material,...

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Fall/Winter 20/21 Kids Designer Clothing MÉTAMORPHOSE OH!

Verena Wondrak

    Each season is dedicated to a very special topic we draw inspiration from for our high-quality kids designer clothing. In the past we often got inspired by art: painters, movies, writers we are interested in. We are excited to introduce our inspiration for our new winter line! Transformations can have many faces. They might surprise or frighten us, enrich our lives by waking desires and dreams, make us laugh or be the trigger for feeling sad. However, they never leave us indifferent – on the contrary, they often elicit us a spontaneous Oh! instead. An Oh! full of...

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