Easter is upon us and the Easter Bunny is getting nervous. What should he fill the nests with?
While you can make the little ones happy with a new bike or the cuddly toy version of our long-eared friend, the older users of the playroom make rather different demands of the Easter Bunny.
Before you make any decisions, it makes sense to remind yourself of this summer’s trends for children: they are a halfway house between fairy tales and jungles. In other words: colourful and ironic versions of adult fashion, but with bows, hats and flowers in their hair. Jumpsuits are important, as are biker jackets, sneakers, ballerinas and shiny sandals, preferably with crocodile patterns. Talking about prints: the jungle is captured with patterns in the colours of the Caribbean – turquoise, green, flamingo pink. Combined with lots of sand, khaki and white.
For sweet tooths and tech nerds
Bambini is a great source for every age bracket and every trend. They have jeans with splashes of colour and T-shirts with rhinos and birds by Armani Junior as well as dreamy dresses by sought-after brands like Young Versace, Il Gufo, Dolce & Gabbana, Dsquared and Philipp Plein.
You can put a stop to latecomers’ lazy excuses with the Karlsson clocks at Lederleitner HOME. The handmade breakfast mugs with gold handles are perfect for late risers, as are Amandas for teens with a sweet tooth, and the plate triptych is a cute finishing touch for any girl’s bedroom. Other potential Easter gifts for teenagers: Bluetooth speakers, a fabric-covered mobile charging cable or the Smartphone Projector 2.0 in a casually minimalist design.