Oaks of Acorn

Oaks of Acorn Brand Profile

Children’s clothing label Oaks of Acorn – ‘Mother of Child’ was founded between Hong Kong and New York, by three students who studied fashion at Parsons School of Design in NY.  The ladies who are now mothers and entrepreneurs, design clothing for children keeping in mind the fun and playful spirit of the young.

For ages 6m – 12yrs.

Oaks of Acorn Brand Profile

The Oaks of Acorn team visited Outer Mongolia when researching for their new collection.  During their travels, the girls have fond memories of vivid scenes of Nomadic children playing joyfully in Ger’s (Mongolian Tents) that were decorated with earthy fabrics and folklore tapestries and they used this as inspiration for the Fall 16/17 collection, ‘The Rugged Nomads’. Inspiration, for the current collection, was also found in the folkloric fabrics, artisan ceramics and handcrafted toys that were brought back from their travels.

‘The Rugged Nomads’ collection presents interesting prints, fabrics and strong colours. Clothing is stylish, yet practical and includes styles that are easy to wear and comfortable for your little ones to move around easily and have fun!

Oaks of Acorn Brand Profile


Oaks of Acorn Brand Profile


Oaks of Acorn Brand Profile


Oaks of Acorn Brand Profile

‘Mighty Oaks from little Acorns Grow’

Oaks of Acorn Brand Profile

View the full Oaks of Acorn collection here.

Stores Stocking Oaks of Acorn:

USA– Collective Child, Elegant Child, Eloise – The Plaza, Flying Colors Baby, Hopscotch Kids, Ladida, Little Women, Luibelle, Posh Royal Kids, The Tot

Europe– Antonella (Greece) Cucu (Italy) Smallable (France) Zirkuss (Switzerland)

Asia– Avec Toi (S. Korea) Babyccino (Taiwan) Jellywood (S. Korea) Little Beetles (Hong Kong) Mama’s Dear (Hong Kong) Tree House (China)

Canada– Mia & Noodle, Lullaland.

UAE– LE 66, Little Nomad.

Australia– MMW Kids


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