Lines We Love: Goatmilk

June 03, 2014

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Here are some gorgeous images from NYC-based Goatmilk‘s spring 2014 campaign. The collection is full of lovingly crafted clothes for babies and kids (…and the occasional dog) that are understated and simple yet still sophisticated and elegant. “Inspired by European classics, we allowed form to follow function and quality to be the foundation on which we build,” the designers explain on the brand’s website. Neutral colors and black and white stripes make up most of the collection, but the occasional pointelle detailing, ribbed cotton, or tartan print keeps things modern.  As an added bonus, all of Goatmilk’s pieces are made from 100% organic cotton – emphasizing the brand’s commitment to both the environment and those who manufacture the clothes. View the entire beautiful collection here.






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