Finger in the nose
Finger in the nose is a French brand is the epitome of style. From its ‘Sartorialist-snap-worthy’ mini models with just the right amount of attitude to its authentic rock n roll aesthetic, this brand offers quality kids’ wear.
This label is not just about cutting a stylish figure on the streets; integral to its DNA is the long-term quality of the pieces, offering superior comfort and wearability. They use 9-11 ounce real European denim with raw, stone, bleach, snow and leather-look washes, and real feather down for their jackets and Geelong merino angora for their knitwear. Their 100% cotton tees feature wild animals and mythology-style graphic prints. The only negative? Your kids could quite likely steal the spotlight from your own sartorial efforts. Consider yourself warned! – Kate Vandermeer
I’m using the image of the little blond boy as my desktop background image on my work computer. I think the SQL guru who’s been working with me (at my desk) thinks I’m a bit creepy having a photo of a little boy I don’t know as my desktop. I really hope I can have a boy who looks like this when I grow up and become a mom!
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