Barcelona-based clothing brand 'The Animal Observatory' has released a new line of vintage-inspired kid's clothes. Created by Laia Aguilar and Jan Andreu, the brand is known for it's eclectic designs and bold illustrations. The new line is inspired by Polish graphic designer Jerzy Treutler's portfolio on the 1970s streetwear movement.
The collection features faded 70s color tones and adorable illustrations on it's t-shirts, overalls, pants, sweaters, jackets, rompers and dresses. Made for children of all sizes from new born to 14, this new line is perfect for the summer with its lightweight and breathable materials.
This new line of vintage inspired kid's clothes by The Animal Observatory is available online now to bring a cute, vintage look to any child's style.
The Animal Observatory's Summer Line is Inspired by 70s Streetwear
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