Colorful and exquisite specialties as macarons for children.
Babies and kids fashion brand macarons from Germany debuted with its 2012 Fall Winter collection.
Wool comes from South American merino sheep that enjoy a mulesing-free life under Patagonian skies.
Organic cotton is grown in Tanzania and plucked by hand only once it is perfectly ripe and, therefore, incredibly soft.
For the first collection, macarons uses IQ-Fabric, which is boiled double-face textile developed by macarons.
IQ-Fabric combines the warming, water-repellent and temperature-regulating qualities of wool on the outside (on the left of the photo) with the hypoallergenic properties and softness of cotton on the inside (on the right of the photo).
It allows children's skin to breath without sweating. Also, it is water- and dirt-repellent, and doesn’t require any ironing due to its elasticity. Most of the time, all they need is a little airing. They require less laundering than conventional clothes, therefore environmentally-friendly.
From yarn spinning to the finished piece, macarons individually develops each garment and produces with traditional manufacturing skills in Swabia, Germany.