Lunamag’s May picks
Baby, Baby essentials, DESIGN, Decoration, Must haves
May has been a good month so far. To make it a little better we share some our favourite things we found whilst browsing the net, magazines and store fronts.
Do you know what a Juju Hat is? And do you think strawberries can be a good Mini Me look? How about a sweet retro romper for your baby?
The answers to these questions and much more is all in here:
Beautiful alpaca blankets and throws from Tuwi. Sophisticated aesthetic, high-quality and a sustainability-driven ethos is what we love here so much.
The Heritage blanket collection brings the iconic Liberty of London Fabric print to baby alpaca blankets.
Designed in Britain and made in Peru.
Eduardo Baby Onesie from Wolf + Rita
The Juju hat is a symbol of prosperity and divinity in the Bamileke culture. Birds, whose feathers are used to create a Juju hat, are sacred to the Bamileke because their power of flight allows them to soar to the heavens.
The headdress is traditionally worn by the royal dancers during important ceremonies held by the tribal chief.
We love the adaption of an impressive wall hanging.
Do not forget the cool Picnic Hut – our product of the month.
Love a good basket? Japan-based BEAMS has these Disney Woven Bags that are so cool. Spacious enough to fit all kinds of toys or even to take to the beach with your summer essentials.
Sometime Soon X Jurassic Park
Street wear a la Jurassic Park with bold statement pieces, motifs and prints in a selection of t-shirts, hoodies, pants and more…
Available as of May 22.
My Little Shop – the perfect sleepwear for children. The finest fabrics and designed for beautiful family moments and the simplicity of life.
Another collab: Madewell X Crewcuts
Fun denim and strawberry styles from Madewell who then teamed up with their friends at crewcuts on a matching mini collection.
More storage ideas: J’Jute – is an Australian-American all-natural basket company making storage chic. Their sustainable, handmade baskets encapsulate the laid-back Australian beach culture and celebrate the coastal lifestyle in the home.