Monday, July 11, 2011

Inklet - online launch!!

It seems there's an endless stream of stuff for us to be "super excited" about right now, and this is no exception! We are super excited (and proud) to finally launch our Inklet range online!

About Inklet
At Inklet we’re all about doing what’s best for our environment, our community and your little ones.

All our products are locally made with certified organic cotton fabrics and are screen printed by hand with water based, environmentally friendly inks.

Inspired by nature, the ocean and our hometown of Melbourne, Inklet came to life when Dana moved her children’s wear label Twiglet into the Ink & Spindle textile printing studio. It only made sense to combine our skills and produce this little range for you to enjoy!


Inklet! All photos courtesy of Rebekah Lyn Photography

It's one thing to have an idea for a new range, another thing to go through the extensive process of garment sampling & testing and production, and another thing again to find gorgeous little people and a great photographer to do it all justice in photographic form!

But with a bit of luck, a bit of hard work and a lot of generosity we managed to pull together a shoot that we're so proud of and really captures what Inklet is all about. We owe a HUGE THANK YOU to Rebekah Lyn Photography for her amazing work, we kind of threw her in the deep end of a studio full of little people but the results speak for themselves.

Also huge thanks to the models and their mums - Leo, Tai, Isabo, Sara, Pip, Jane, Ari & Kim :)

xx Dana, Lara & Teegs


Andi said...

Congratulations girls! It all looks wonderful!!!

leslie said...

woo hoo!! i've been dying to get soph into her shirt and get some pics : )

Claire Ishino said...

So cute! And glad to hear they are online now. Can't wait for Summer here in Adelaide so my little ones can wear their inklet Ts purchased at BB! (*o*)/

lamina @ do a bit said...

Gorgeous designs for the little ones... I love it and your concept :)

Miss Sunny said...

Certainly beautiful and one can see that a lot of effort has been put into this (obviously you print your own fabrics).

However, just so so so hard to justify 45$ for a baby T-shirt or 35$ for a bib!
Wow. I wish I could afford it.

Fer said...

So adorable!!!

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