Falke Baby and Kids Autumn/Winter 2018/2019
A Scottish Coast Story
The Falke Baby and Kid’s Collection in the autumn and winter of 2018/2019 is inspired by the rough winds, sandy landscapes and wet and cold weather that are typical for the Scottish coast. The designs are characterised by fishing motifs, marine animals and traditional Scottish patterns in subtle shades of red, white and blue, which are in line with the nautical theme of the collection.
Socks for the cold season are made of plush yarn and adorn girl’s feet with a cute little sheep motif and tiny clouds. In addition, wool socks pick up on the trendy topic “patterns” and feature a colourful Fair Isle design. Lurex stockings are combined with flying kites and feminine ruffles at the cuff. The girls’ tights also set shiny accents on the leg: Dark blue Lurex yarn worked into blue tights conjures up a shining effect which all girls will love.
Motifs such as anchors, ships or sailors set accents for the denim trends for boys. One of the highlights are Mix&Match stockings in nautical colours with a cool slogan on the left foot and a lighthouse on the right. Children will marvel at the additional glowin-the-dark effect. Big boys wear socks with blue, white and green seals, which are combined to form a stylish camouflage pattern.
Animal motifs such as seagulls, seals and cute sheep captivate the little ones. For a perfect winter look and cosy warm feet, soft coarse-knit socks can be worn with casual outfits. Especially cute are kites flying in the coastal wind and tiny smiling clouds on soft cotton tights that keep babies warm in cold weather.
For Christmas, Falke presents colourful homepads for boys and girls with anti-slip sole print in the form of snowflakes. Available as a Christmas set with an oversized Christmas stocking, the cute socks are a wonderful gift.
Чулки и колготки имеют интересный эффект: растягиваясь, они становятся светлее. Светлые участки визуально увеличивают объём, тёмные уменьшают. Значит, чулки увеличивают контраст объёма ног: широкие участки выглядят ещё шире, а узкие ещё уже. Это заставляет сердце биться чаще.— Taras Paschenko