Molo kids clothes was established in 1999 by Lousie Frederiksen – a graduate of the Danish School of Design in Copenhagen. Molo is unique and unpredictable. For Molo children’s clothing has to be a mix of everyday durability and funky, durable design that has a humorous slant. Molo clothes are full of fun, quirky details set within the clean and “raw” design traditions of Northern Europe.
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“At molo we are wild about prints because they give character to little personalities. A print is something that a child can easily relate to and fall in love with. Often, it’s the T-shirt with the car or the cat that’s the favorite item in a child’s closet.” – Noemi Dalby and Christel Russell, Designers, Molo
Molo believes in an urban autumn that is cool and modern with silhouettes that also appeal to slightly bigger kids. In the autumn and winter collection, molo is making sure that a portion of the collection addresses the needs of slightly bigger children. Certain styles are now available in sizes up to 164.
“This allows us to accommodate our loyal customer group which has grown taller and is now going to school. We are using this opportunity to create new styles and silhouettes,” says Designer Noemi Dalby about the autumn/winter collection 2012 that now includes oversized T-shirts and dresses for the girls with batwing sleeve details on different garments.
Molo works with a wide range of illustrators and graphic designers – both nationally and internationally. This cooperation is especially obvious in the ‘molo art’ project, where seven hand-picked illustrators and graphic artists have signed the neck of the T-shirts for which they have created a print. The unique crew of ‘molo art’ artist for the collection: Sarah Beetson, Stina Persson, Toys, Lena Nicolajsen, Dorthe Svarrer, Isabella Solliv, and Rack&Nais.