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Petit Tribe presents Adorable Pieces & Models in New Collection Lookbook for 2015!

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Childrenswear designer brand, Petit Tribe, is giving us adorable pieces for their new collection lookbook – and the best part is you can shop them in a sale – get the details here.

Founded by Olatoun Jolaoso, this brand creates pieces for the child (infants – 12yrs) who is curious, bold, fun loving and an explorer. They do this with bold prints, dazzling colours and seamlessly fusing African inspiration with contemporary styling.

We love how comfortable and wearable their pieces are and their super cute models help too!

See their new lookbook for 2015 below;

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Photo Credit
Photography: Julia Bostock
Styling: Joanne Jong

To find out more about Petit Tribe, visit their website: PetitTribe.com

Jennifer is the Beauty Editor & Style Representative of BellaNaija.com. Get in touch - Send an email to: beauty(at)bellanaija.com or style(at)bellanaija.com | Follow us on Instagram: @bellanaijabeauty OR @bellanaijastyle | Follow us on Twitter: @bellanaijastyle

9 Comments

  1. Brandi

    November 28, 2015 at 3:39 pm

    Nigerians and inferiority complex. Why is Toun packing white kids in the LookBook? For a brand that you are trying to promote in Nigeria. Why couldnt you use lovely kids that represent your brand’s environment? Sometimes I am baffled Sha. Borrow a leaf from a brand like Ruff n Tumble to stay in the game. I am a brand consultant, so this isn’t coming from a place of hate. All the best!

    • F.N . Nwapa

      November 28, 2015 at 5:58 pm

      My sister I was just here trying not to think the same thing. You start a niche based market and you think putting it on oyibo kids is the way to take it mainstreem?

      What about first cornering the African market?
      We complain about the lack of black models, and even though these are kids, this should have had at bests 50-50 mix (or even add other races join sef).

      We can’t be complaining about how we are treated and treat ourselves no better.

      The clothe fine sha.

  2. Lorenz

    November 28, 2015 at 4:00 pm

    Awwh. Beautiful!!

  3. Amaa

    November 28, 2015 at 8:01 pm

    Lovely pieces but word of advice capture the Nigerian market first and you do this by using Nigerian/African Models no offense but oyibo people will rather buy Primark ,gap h and m etc. borrow a leaf from rug and tumble and your canoe will reach your target market

    • Nuna

      November 29, 2015 at 4:59 pm

      Me sef will go to Primark because these will be outrageously expensive and we know how fast kids outgrow clothes

  4. editor

    November 29, 2015 at 5:39 am

    i’m confused… is she trying to sell to the Nigerian market? or is this directed at foreigners? If Nigerians are the target market then same on you. we really can’t say we are not represented in the media when we don’t represent ourselves.

  5. Ella

    November 29, 2015 at 2:27 pm

    Gosh!! Can you just look without being negative. How do you know she’s trying to reach just the African market? Is that as far as you can see? How about she’s reaching out to an international market also? Look beyond Africa. Not everyday negativity due to your lack of foresight.

  6. Lola

    November 29, 2015 at 4:22 pm

    Lovely clothes but ruinously expensive especially for kids clothes that they outgrow in a very short time!

  7. Lorenz

    November 29, 2015 at 7:29 pm

    For those of you who are being critical, is there anything in the write up that says she only wants to promote the brand in Nigeria? What if her dream is to go global? When I look, all I see is beautiful Caucasian, Oriental, and African kids.
    Brandi; Nigerians don’t have inferiority complex, you do. For someone that works in branding you have very limited thinking. Open up your mind and you’ll see the big picture, don’t let your small mindedness confine you to mediocrity.

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