This season, we have unified some themes and colours in the Newborn and Mini lines of the Chic collection, so that all the children in the family can have matching outfits. We have also launched a capsule of gender-neutral recycled cotton sweatshirts and basic fleece jackets, in line with our commitment to respect the environment and the circularity of our garments. Finally, following the trend for Christmas outfits for the whole family, we have created a special knitwear collection for this occasion.




For the Autumn-Winter 2024 season, we will see mini and maxi floral prints in a naif style, checks in assorted styles and shades (college, tartan, lumberjack…), geometric prints and colour spots. The collection also features a wide range of figurative prints: inspired by the eighties graffiti, the hip-hop culture and skateboarding. There are also college-style badge prints, biker motifs, alpine coordinates and bohemian-inspired patchwork prints in the mini line. Garments such as fleece-lined overshirts, corduroy cargo trousers, crafted sweatshirts with large pockets, tricot cardigans and jacquard waistcoats, which are already present in the junior lines, will be very much fashionable in the mini line. We will also have combinations of fleece and denim in college-feel bomber jackets and flared, wide-legged or boot cut trousers. Finally, there are glen plaid jogging trousers, the sheepskin vest, the printed teddy jacket, the detachable double parka, oversized sweatshirts, and clothes with comfortable and relaxed shapes in all our lines.




This collection features new colours like cedar and grape, combined with mustard, caramel orange, or chestnut brown for a retro look. We also have black and white to represent chess, and powder pink shades with a romantic feel for the older kids. There is also a wintry yet colourful and cheerful palette in most of the designs:  ranges of coral and turquoise, corn yellow, and opal blues, earthy tones, and pinks, complemented by mixed greys and leaf greens. Ruby red, a winter classic, with orange and jade green tones is very present this season. We can’t forget the combination of navy, green, and red for classic sports, as well as the fun mixes of yellows and arctic blues contrasting with charcoal or navy. As always, we find bright colours ranging from a powdery range of oranges and reds together with indigo blue, to bold and vibrant colours such as lime, fuchsia, violet, and canard blue. We also highlight cooler colours such as glacier with a palette of whites, greys, and shades of blue in warm fabrics. For the most elegant garments, shades of redcurrant, navy, grass-green, grey, russet red and pastel pink, without forgetting this season’s party classics of red, white, and grey.



Knitwear is a must, we use it in all lines in fun combinations of colour blocks, fur or chenille, with forest animals, floral or geometric shapes, braids or lace, Nordic style jacquard and as a novelty, for special occasions, lurex yarns in dresses and flowing trousers. Soft and warm fabrics like velvet, micro corduroy, both plain and printed, quilted knits, shearling leather, fur fabrics, herringbone and houndstooth knits with a woolly look, fantasy plush and sheepskin are still hot this season. We also highlight technical and reflective fabrics for parkas and outerwear, combinations of plush with quilted technical fabrics and knitted denim. Fabrics with shiny finishes and sequins, viscose crêpe, chiffon, tulle, paillettes, tartan or fabrics with fantasy textures, transparent fabrics, garments decorated with pearls and shapes combined with Chanel-like faux leather. Also, shirts with fun mini motifs or checks to combine with our satin trousers for a more formal look for special occasion.