First Look: Treehouse AW15
Written by James Kicinski-McCoy
Photography by Photos courtesy of Treehouse
When it comes to baby clothes, we’re suckers for anything we’d consider wearing ourselves (if it was in mama sizing). Which is why we’re flipping after seeing this first look of the oh-so-adorable autumn/winter 2015 collection from label Treehouse. The line, which is produced in Belgium, is a sweet and whimsical range of clothing for tots, with soft shapes, neutral colors, and simple details.
Designer Anja Schwerbrock started the collection following the birth of her little boy in 2006. Before that, she clocked in hours working for Comme des Garçons, Escada, and Dries van Noten, before launching her own ready-to-wear womenswear label in Paris in 2005. Skilled in classic tailoring and pattern making, Schwerbrock currently runs her own store and atelier in Antwerp, where she makes both her namesake label and the Treehouse label.
After seeing a sneak peek of the collection, we can safely say Treehouse is a breath of fresh air with its minimalist approach and contemporary design. Comfort is a top priority, with Schwerbrock utilizing top-quality cotton, silk, linen, and organic jersey.
If you’re looking for a line that displays tenderness and delicacy, look no further. The collection will be available late summer, in stores worldwide.
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