Our daughter reached for the moon and called it Nanou.
If you were to ask her where she comes from, that would be her answer.
Lovely and heart-warming as it is, this word also unveiled a valuable insight to us.
We should look at our children as explorers.
Soon-to-be authentic individuals with their own view on things.
Explorers need to move freely, comfortable, and yes, stylish, when done aptly;
but most importantly, they neither are, nor should be our copies.
So here we were, looking for clothes made of quality materials and designed with subtle delicacy.
Androgynous spirit, unisex and lightweight fit – keywords rather peculiar to the local market.
The search took a while, but we did eventually find an answer in Korean designs.
Nanou invites children to be free and follow their own dreams.