Kidswear Collective, the UK’s fast-growing consignment platform specialising in designer pre-loved and past season baby & kids fashion, has opened a pop-up shop at luxury shopping destination Bicester Village.
The 2,000 sq ft shop opened its doors on Friday 9 December and will remain open until 3 January, to cater for the busy Christmas period. The edit comprises a range of ‘mini me’ designer labels as well as over forty well-known children’s fashion brands including Tartine et Chocolat, Il Gufo, Mini Rodini, Rachel Riley, Monnalisa and Amaia and popular baby brands such as aden + anais, Magnolia Baby & Kissy Kissy.
From festive gift sets starting from £35 to festive partywear and skiwear to Winter sun getaway pieces, the Kidswear Collective pop-up has been designed to cater to Bicester Village’s discerning guests’ every requirement Kidswear Collective has also collaborated with couture childrenswear label Maison Ava to create a limited edition partywear collection made using off-cuts from Masion Ava’s previous season collections.
Designed for girls aged 2+
The 180 piece collection – which is showcased in full in Bicester Village – comprises stunning party pieces including dresses, capes and military coat for girls from 2 – 12 years and retails from £130 – £270.
Part of the shop comprises a dedicated kids activity area to ensure even the tiniest guests have a fun experience at the Village. It features a DockATot tent stocked with festive books and a kids activity table from Blue Almonds with creative packs from family member’s club Maggie & Rose, who will also be visiting the Village throughout the month to keep kids entertained with Christmas wreath decorating.
Kidswear Collective founder, Shoshana Kazab comments:
“We are thrilled to have extended our partnership with Bicester Village with our Christmas pop-up shop and enhancing the Village’s offering of baby and kids products. We have curated an edit of one-of-a-kind pieces exclusively for Bicester Village which will be replenished daily. We are passionate about changing the perception of what pre-loved fashion looks like, preserving the value of the brands work with and most importantly, extending the lifecycle of these beautiful garments.”