Spanish clothes label comes to London with pretty, round-collared shirts worn with corduroy breeches for toddler boys plus the best alarm clocks for when the clocks go back this weekend.
Muchy matchy It seems to be without irony that the Spanish dress their children in immaculate, matching outfits. Now it is time for the Brits to have a go as Nanos (nanos.es), Spain’s luxury childrenswear label, has opened its first shop in London’s Westbourne Grove. Here, within the cologne-scented store, you will find the sort of babywear that this country has given up on: pretty, round-collared shirts worn with corduroy breeches for toddler boys; bonnets, smocking and knee-socks for their little sisters. For older children (up to 16) there are smart, classic pieces, such as patterned knitted jumpers (£73), skirts (£73), and shirts (£54), most of which match the younger line.