• Children’s event

Children's Weekend: Little Market

  • Interior
  • Fashion and textile design
  • Graphic design
When
Sep 16, Sat 10:00-16:00
Sep 17, Sun 10:00-16:00
Where
Kattilahalli, Sörnäisten rantatie 22
Event type
Free Admission
Accessibility for all
Yes

Little Market is part of Helsinki Design Weeks’ Children’s Weekend and is organized for the fourth time. The event gathers together interesting Finnish and international design brands to sell their new collections of children’s clothing designs and small interior items. This year the Little Market shows a lot of new brands and a launch of a new children’s design brand.

You will find the following brands at the Little Market:

Agate

Blaa!

Blaa! is a children’s wear company established in 2012. Blaa! designs sustainable children’s and women’s clothing aiming at a very long lifecycle for each garment. The clothes are trendy and easy to wear, and delicious colours, qualified details and hand-drawn patterns gives them spice. The goods are produced in Portugal in a Finnish-owned, audited factory and they have chosen the best available organic cotton for all our products. The cotton string is GOTS certified, and the factory has a very strict quality assurance process. All the wool clothing is produced in Finland from mulesing-free merino wool.

By Pinja

By Pinja is a Finnish family-owned company that manufactures silicone jewelry. The idea of our jewelry is to keep little hands busy while breastfeeding, carrying and cuddling so they won’t be scratching and pinching mommy.

Dadamora

Dadamora is a family-run business from Estonia, known for their high quality clothes for kids. The company was founded in 2013, when the founders’ son was born. They wanted to have clothes for children that are comfortable, simple and beautiful, so they started making them. Dadamora uses organic cotton and Ecotex fabrics only, and each piece of clothing is printed by hand. The products are timeless and enduring.

Feltive

Feltive is a felt construction toy that gives children a new way to explore their creativity by connecting felt modules. Inventing with Feltive encourages children’s imagination! Moreover, Feltive strengthens the child’s fine motor skills and spatial insight. Toys created by the children have a warm and comfortable feel.
Feltive was co-created with Estonian health care experts and kindergarten teachers. Additionally, it has been tested by Dutch therapists.

Kaiko Clothing

Kaiko Clothing is a new children’s wear company that wants to offer ethically made clothes for children. Kaiko Clothing was founded at the end of 2016, when the founder of the company, Mirjam Sokka, was wondering how she could combine fashion with charity.

Kaiko clothing donates 7% of the profit of all products sold to educate women and children in third world countries. That’s why our slogan is Fashion with a Mission!

Kauneve

Kauneve designs clothes that inspire kids’ imagination and in which it is comfortable and safe to explore the world through the whole year. This time in the Little Market, Kauneve offers not only ecological and ethical products but also photography of children in cooperation with Housemouse Lifestyle.

KiddoW.

KiddoW. is a new clothing brand from Finland founded in 2015. KiddoW.’s clothing collection is composed mostly of organic cotton and season free products. The products have the Öko-Tex 100 standard and GOTS certification. KiddoW. clothes are designed in Finland and mostly produced in Istanbul, Turkey. KiddoW. wants to offer good quality and season free products to their lovely customers.

Kokokidi

Kokokidi is based on the idea of Finnish design and culture. The products are functional, educational, well designed and most of all, they are designed with the most creative and joyful users – the children. Our mission is to create products that make the hectic life of families with little children more fun, more functional and yet more joyful.

Lilla company

Lilla company is a Finnish webshop selling high quality, trendy children’s clothing. Our range focuses on Scandinavian brands, but also includes several other brands from other countries, for instance Valkama Accessories, Mini Rodini, Papu, Bobo Choses, Beach & Bandits and Hugo Loves Tiki.

Metsola

MiniOnes

Miniones was established based on love for children’s clothing and products. Riikka, the founder of Miniones, is an entrepreneur and a stay-at-home mom who has always had great passion for children’s products. The founding of Miniones resulted from Riikka’s over ten years of work and training experience with children. Currently the greatest inspiration for Miniones is Riikka’s own one-year-old son.

Miniones’s brand selection favours ecologically manufactured products and small brands. The selection contains lovely products especially for decoration, and we import to Finland many internationally well-known stylish and high quality children’s clothing brands such as Beau Hudson from Australia, Lucky No. 7 from the Netherlands and Bob & Blossom and Tobias and the Bear from the UK.

Minuju

Minuju is a brand new Finnish children’s clothing company that thinks outside the box and does things in its own innovative way. We will launch our unique and imaginative clothing line at the Little Market in autumn 2017. We design and produce our clothes in Helsinki using organic and recycled materials.

MioMao

OMIN

OMIN is a new Finnish design brand with two product categories: kids’ clothing and interior products. OMIN is about thoughtful minimalism,  functionality and sustainability. The clothes are designed and made in Finland.

Onni & Ilona

Onni & Ilona has been delighting babies with a variety of physical goods, including visual stimulation cards, toys, clothing and children’s books. The continuous focus has been on developing items for visual stimulation in early infant cognitive development. Our latest product is the Onni & Ilona Happy animals app in the Apple Store.

Oot niin ihana

MaxPlay

Pono Design

Pono Design is a Finnish kids clothing brand known for its fresh clothes and accessories. The quality of the product, the convenience of use and the nationality are of utmost importance. From love to children.

Punainen Norsu

Saintex

Saintex is a Finnish family business with unique know-how about plastic products. We value Finnish work and design. In addition to our in-house design, we collaborate with established Finnish designers. Under our LifeSaver brand we provide a wide range of products from reflectors to home and office supplies.

Superyellow

Supweyellow is a Scandinavian headwear brand that creates beanies for everyday life and outdoor activities. All collections are manufactured with high attention to quality along with an ethical supply chain and Scandinavian design. We use only comfortable and ecological materials such as Merino wool and Öko-Tex cotton. Most of the beanies are made in Finland. The year 2017 is Superyellow’s 10th anniversary.

Taival Clothing

Taival Clothing is a new Finnish clothing label, inspired by street fashion and the beauty of nature in a way that combines contrasts. The collection to be seen in the Little Market at Helsinki Design Week 2017 is Taival’s second collection, which brings nature into the city. In this collection will be seen Taival’s first prints, which are all about dynamic contrast and softness at the same time.

tiiApii

tiiApii makes teepee tents for kids and pets. tiiApii has been created to provide shelter for playful minds in parks, on beaches and balconies, and in living rooms and all the places where kids need shade, a place to giggle or a tent for napping. tiiApii tents have been lovingly made from recycled materials in Kallio, Helsinki.

 

The workshop is part of the HDW Children’s Weekend. Read more about the Children’s Weekend here.

NB! For safety reasons and to avoid blocking the walking lanes, buggies and prams cannot be brought inside the Kattilahalli building.


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