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Posted: 30 October 2007

blue dress Maan
Pleats and gathered designs are summer's hot trends, and this daring royal blue number from Maan is effortlessly hot right now. Exclusive to our favourite kidswear website, www.littlefashiongallery.com

Pictured Blue cotton dress, £61.50, by Maan. For more information, visit www.littlefashiongallery.com

The Pudding Store Blossom
Clements Ribero’s collaboration with Blossom is certainly proving to be a success and this charming Liberty print, new for spring/summer, comes in a variety of styles for fun and frivolous days out, available from the novel website www.alexandalexa.com

Pictured Liberty t-shirt £33 by Clements Ribeiro for Blossom (ages 0-24 months). For more information, visit www.alexandalexa.com

Snuglo hoodie Sharing Sucks
Bold, witty and fun is how one would describe Snuglo. The quirky children’s wear line, features everything from T-shirts to sweatshirts with catchy slogans guaranteed to make you laugh out loud. Highlights include; ‘sharing sucks’, ‘are we nearly there yet?’ and ‘it’s all about me’

Pictured Hoodie £30 by Snuglo (ages 0-24 months). For more information, visit www.snuglo.com

Jelly bean necklace Something Sweet
Molly Brown have brought out something sweet - quite literally – in the form of jelly bean jewellery. Choose between one-, two- or three-bean pendants in a variety of colours as necklaces or bracelets. All pendants come with a sterling silver chain and are specially designed for tiny necks and wrists. They make lovely gifts and come beautifully packaged.

Pictured Jelly bean necklace prices start from £40 by Molly Brown London. For more information, visit www.mollybrownlondon.com

Elias and Grace Kit + Lili
Kit + Lili are a New York based company, named after the designers respective daughters. The collection features bold graphic prints that have been cleverly placed on retro shapes, giving the collection a modern, yet vibrant twist.

Pictured Dress with green circles £52 by Kit + Lili (ages 2-8 years). For more information, visit www.kitlili.com

Elias and Grace Elias and Grace Go Online
Frequented by the likes of Gwen Stefani, Kate Moss and Jools Oliver, the much-loved Elias and Grace clothing store has finally gone online with an innovative website that includes all our favourite brands - Pepe shoes, Simple Kids and Quincy - as well as designers such as Stella McCartney and Luella. With everything from maternity wear to childrenswear for babies up to pre-teens, this website offers both luxury must-haves as well as staple wardrobe pieces.

Pictured Hooded Top £32 by Album Di Famiglia (ages 0-12 months); All-in-one £20 by Bonton (ages 0-12 months); shoes £38 by Filament (ages 0-12 months); leggings £40 by Elias & Grace (ages 0-12 months); Blanket £35 by Album Di Famiglia; Fruit Rattle set £25 by Bla Bla. For more information, visit www.eliasandgrace.com

The Pudding Store Green treats
Pudding is a children's clothing company that produces organic, fair-trade certified cottons that have been grown free from pesticides and artificial fertilizers. The collection is fun and colourful with a variety of styles and fits ­ with this pudding, the proof is in the wearing.

Pictured Hooded top £32 by The Pudding Store (ages 1-4 years). For more information, visit www.thepuddingstore.co.uk

Spotty Otter A Colourful New Breed
This autumn sees the launch of Spotty Otter, a new breed of children's outdoor wear that combines high end functionality with fun fashion, specifically designed to protect throughout all the seasons. The new brand offers babies and children up to ten wonderfully functional clothing that is also colourful and fun. Products range from wellies to waterproof splash suits.

Pictured Wellies, £13.00 by Spotty Otter; bag £5 by Spotty Otter. For more information, visit www.spottyotter.co.uk

Knitti Nice Knits
Knitti is a popular online store specialising in knitted dresses for girls, and they have now announced some fabulous new additions to their autumn/winter 07/08 collection. Liberty-print blouses, cable-knit tunics and an exclusive gold Christmas cardigan are just some of the gorgeous new updates. But get in now before they're all gone.

Pictured Grey Merino Mini Dress £58 by Knitti (ages 2-10 years) For more information, visit www.knitti.co.uk

Little Fashion Gallery Vintage Classics
Luxury children's clothing and accessories website The Little Fashion Gallery, has just introduced Martin, a new line of clothing, to its growing designer list. Inspired by vintage and antique styles, one of our favourites is the reversible baby bonnet, which has a matching outfit. The charming collection is available online now.

Pictured Baby hat £30 by Martin (age 3 months only).

For more information, visit www.littlefashiongallery.com


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jewelry has a a history that literally spans hundreds of years and several countries. In Africa and India, native craftsmen first created adornments just made of the natural materials on hand. It was the Egyptians who are credited with first utilizing a full array of materials to construct their beads and

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. Along the Nile River, 4500 years ago, gold was originally the favorite material for jewelry making. However, as the art progressed, different materials also became very popular. Amazingly, Egyptians often favored the use of glass to express color as opposed to actual gems because of their versatility.
In African culture,

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assumed a variety of meanings. Aside from simple adornment, the type of jewelry worn indicated a person's status, the level of wealth, and spiritual beliefs. At one time, a bride in a Ghanian tribe would receive a beaded belt from her new husband as a wedding gift that put everyone on notice that she was, from henceforth, a married woman.

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jewelry also played a part in local superstitions.

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