Lines We Love: Mainio

March 06, 2014

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How amazing are these looks from recently-launched Finnish brand Mainio Clothing? Established in 2013, the line designs and produces everyday fashion for babies and children that are practical and durable but still fun and quirky. The bold stripes and geometric prints are a fun alternative to the typically simple basics, and mixing black and white with colors like mustard yellow and mint green keeps the collection unique and fresh. As an added bonus, Mainio uses 100% organic cotton, and is committed to producing its collections in an open and honest way (you can read about the entire process here). Plus, these campaign images are so fun! View the entire collection here.






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