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.
“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.”