Joining forces for probably our favourite collaboration of the year so far, renowned interiors brand House of Hackney and Spanish-inspired children’s label La Coqueta have created a rather exquisite line of kids clothes for Summer.

Available from next week, the new range features House of Hackney’s much-loved Palmeral and Wild Card prints, alongside two striking new patterns inspired by the works of artist C.F.A. Voysey, with the help of the V&A Museum, no less. Key pieces include traditional hand-smocked dresses featuring Voysey’s whimsical Alice in Wonderland characters, and botanical print. We are a bit in love.

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