Fresh From Australia: Munster Kids Spring/Summer 2013

March 06, 2013

Australian children’s line Munster Kids awakens the flavor of street culture with their contemporary graphic printed collection. The Spring Summer 2013 collection features vibrant t-shirts and bold harem pants with everything from spooky beetle prints & spray-painted hearts to hand drawn white tigers. Influenced by the likes of street geniuses, Curtis Kulig and Banksy, each one of a kind piece comes to life with a splash of industrial style. Munster celebrates the idea of converting street art into instant classic must haves in your baby or toddler’s closet. All Munster kids clothing is made in Vietnam with a portion of the proceeds donated to help support Vietnamese and Cambodian orphanages. See the Collection here!






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