New children’s clothing from Mayoral

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by Stephanie Spencer |
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Mayoral’s new collection for the autumn/winter 2022 season is modern and colourful, made up of versatile and easy-to-combine garments, committed to the comfort of little ones with fashionable designs that are made for mixing and matching.

The excellent quality of the fabrics stands out, as well as the use of environmentally friendly techniques and materials.

Created to dress children from birth, the collection offers the complete look: clothes, accessories and footwear. So whatever occasion, be it a trip to the park or a family get-together, they'll be dressed perfectly from head to toe!


Sizes 0-18 months

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The Newborn collection is innovative in terms of quality and design, thanks to the launch of new shapes and the use of very soft fabrics that offer great comfort, such as sustainable cotton and wool, perfect for baby’s first months. A range of powdery shades such as blue, pink, mineral green, tile and caramel appear throughout the designs. Sweet graphics complete the range, with cohesive looks for easily coordinated outfits.

The main new change for autumn/winter is the increase in coordinated knitted, tricot and  plush items, as well as a special Christmas capsule, including matching childcare articles, such as  and pushchair bags.

The childcare collection is not only aimed at meeting the needs of the little ones, but also those of parents, who in addition to practicality, are looking for designs that adapt to the pace of modern life and are in line with the latest trends. Some of the new items that represent this approach are the maternity bag organisers, the knitted backpack, the nursery backpack with lunch bag or the poncho towel.

Comfy and fun designs

Baby girl (sizes 6-36 months) Mini (sizes 2-9 years)

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Comfort and practicality are the pillars of the new collection, with jumpers and jackets made from recycled materials.

The warm colour palette explores combinations with green, ocean blue, maroon, and marsala shades, as well as earthy and pink colours. The variety of prints, the minimalist graphics, the interactive Play with designs of the Baby line and the figurative elements of stars, hearts, animals or doodle-like lines will inspire your child’s imagination.

A new take this season, the Christmas capsule is adapted to each age group with its own range of colours and an offer of dresses, knitwear, accessories and even sleepsuits.

Looking for adventure

Baby boy (sizes 6-36 months) Mini (sizes 2-9 years)

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Natural spaces, as well as more urban inspirations have created this collection in which quality and comfort are at the centre of each design.

It is a colourful and energetic approach, in which warm and cold tones combine with neutrals, and graphics reminiscent of illustration techniques. The emphasis is on clean, relaxed lines, with a contemporary look featuring new silhouettes such as skater shirts and tailored polo shirts.

One of the most noted new collections this season is the Brothers capsule, inspired  by  family  ties. It’s made up of colour and theme coordinated  garments, so that siblings of different ages can dress in a similar way. In Baby, the Puzzle capsule stands out, with pieces that can be combined with each other, as well as the Homewear line, previously only available for Mini, with a special Christmas selection.

Find out more about the autumn/winter 2022 collection.

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