Devon’s Drawer

Drawing inspiration from her background as a costume designer and from her travels throughout India and Southeast Asia during the 70’s, Creative Director Cynthia Bennett creates heirloom clothing for children in quality fabrics and classic silhouettes.

The LA-based label’s Spring Summer ’18 is all about the textiles—chambray, black and white plaid, and a beautiful batik hand woven in India. Recycled hemp and organic cotton blends, low-impact dyes, and locally sourced notions result in an ethically produced collection that calls downtown LA home.

Cleverly named after iconic folk singers of the 1970’s, some of our favourite pieces from Devon’s Drawer collection include the Joni dress—a yoke dress with batik bodice will take her from the playground to party in no time. The Lola dress evokes a bygone era in a vintage style dress with a modern and loose fit featuring oversized pockets for treasure hunting. The double-breasted Grace slicker in organic duck cotton is absolutely precious with a pointed collar and embroidered chickadee on the pocket. For the littlest ones, the Cohen romper in sunshine yellow and the Cass romper in white and black batik offer freedom of movement and easy diaper changes with snaps under the legs.


Devon’s Drawer is available in their webshop and at fine boutiques worldwide.

Shop the collection and get a special promotional discount for one week only from 14/3/18 – 21/3/18 – use code JUNIORSTYLE for 10% off at the checkout.


Get to know the creative team behind the sustainable kidswear label in Junior Style’s Chit Chat Tuesday interview with Meera Bennett.


Devon’s Drawer Photography: Amelia Hambrook @amelia_hambrook.


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