FINA EJERIQUE is a Spanish manufacturer of children’s clothes that has been creating collections for girls and boys from 0 – 14 years since 1993. Thanks to the superb quality of the garments and their elegant designs, always following the latest trends, they have gained increasing recognition, both nationally and internationally.


All the brand’s clothes are proudly made in Spain and exported to the Benelux countries, the United Kingdom, Italy, Russia, Lebanon, the Middle East, Mexico, Colombia, Peru, Chile and Japan, as well as other countries. All the collections are an exercise of elegance and finesse and are sold in the most exclusive boutiques.


FINA EJERIQUE participates in the most important fairs of the industry: Pitti Bimbo (Florence) and FIMI (Madrid)


We have had the honour of being chosen by TRH Dukes of Cambridge for the outfit of HRH prince of George on the past official Christmas card. The Dukes of Cambridge also chose Fina Ejerique for Prince George’s outfit just a few months later for the picture of the Queen Elisabeth’s 90th birthday.

The Danish Royal Family has also selected pieces from the Fina Ejerique’s collection to dress their little heirs in this week’s festivities.


This collection dives deep into the sea, taking us to a universe of infinity calm at a slow pace. We let ourselves go with a dreamy cadence into a world where shapes can be capricious or strong: unexpected frills inspired by sea shells for the girls and shorts with suspenders and light and airy shirts for the boys, paired with sweaters with contrasting motives.

The colour palette comes from this atmosphere, with blues in all the tones of the depths and coral reds, pinks, turquoise and lilac.

The materials are fluid: dobbies, double-fabrics and cotton batiste embroidered with lurex sparkles that resembles marine luminescence. The ceremony collection delves into natural colours and vintage pink and it is pure and clean with the essence of sophistication.

The swimwear collection adapts and updates the navy motives through a journey of pastels, combined with the traditional reds and navy, to vintage pink, aqua green and yellows.