Annafie girls handmade smocked dresses began during a mother-and-daughter shopping trip to Paris, some three years ago. That inspired Elisabeth Kospoth to create her label of hand smocked dresses called Annafie, which takes the name of her daughter Anna Sophie. Elisabeth combines her background in Art History and interest in embroidery designs and fabrics in her label. In her collection, Elisabeth aims for a timeless style but with a fresh and uncomplicated approach and easy care. Attention to detail makes Annafie dresses special and because of the smocking technique, they look beautiful on every body shape.
Meet Annafie’s Elisabeth Kospoth
Annafie founder, Elisabeth Gräfin or Countess von Kospoth descends from an old Silesian aristocratic family. She grew up in Africa and Brasil, where her father worked in development aid. She now mainly lives in London, is married and has two children Frederick and Anna Sophie.
In my collection, I aim for a timeless style but with a fresh and uncomplicated approach and easy care. This year we have used many new fabrics, ranging from woven checks and Vayella, to silk and original Liberty prints. There are also matching cashmere cardigans and boys outfits in a wide range of colors. – Elisabeth Kospoth.
Prince George in Annafie Sailboat Romper
This Annafie Sailboat Romper that Prince George wore is said to be similar to the romper that Prince William wore when he was a baby!
The front features a smocked panel with sailboats and puffy sleeves.
You can shop for this Prince George Romper for £60.
But you’ll need to be patient….there’s a waiting list for it to be restocked.