120% Lino: A Chic, Comfy Kids Collection from Italy

11/23/2011 at 02:00 PM ET
Courtesy 120% Lino

Just because you’re a kid doesn’t mean you can’t look polished.

At least that’s the thinking behind Italian brand 120% Lino‘s new collection for children ages 3 months to 10-years-old.

Nantucket meets Miami Vice, it’s full of hip, wearable pieces ($75 – $250) crafted from natural linen that you and your little ones will love.

“The inspiration was to create bohemian chic fashions that are hip, yet understated,” says Alberto Peretto, owner and head designer. “The designs are very easy for kids to play in — not stiff like many other children’s fashions.”

From easy to roll up trousers and loose vests to simple shifts and breezy button downs, you’ll find classic styles in soft muted colors that work well for any event.

To see more of the collection, go to 120percento.com.

Linda Marx

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Miche on


Jolanda on

I know this shop and this kids collection is divine and unique!! Preppy chic all the way!

Romy on

they both look like they’re wearing Shiloh’s clothes. they also both look messy, and I would not pay that much money for these clothes. Actually I don’t like the look at all.

me on

Although that’s a little pricey for me, I think the look is adorable.

amanda on

all i can think of is how *Wrinkly* all of that linen would get! i don’t want to have to iron my young child’s clothes lol

Shannon on

The clothes look pretty plain to me. *shrugs*

Pris on

They look like the clothes given to children in concentration camps. I DONT llike. 😦 sad

Kate on

They look like gray wrinkly potato sacks.

Ang on

maybe a splash of dark colour or denim wouldnt hurt-kids love colours. maroon, olive, navy or turquoise?

have been to italy and don’t remember it looking like Dachau.

Diane on

I was at their new store in Miami. Kids clothes are the cutest! After looking at the actual collection, I would say that the pic does not reflect the beautiful clothes they have.