H&M's Newest Kids' Line Is a Sustainable Collab With Taiwanese Illustrator Whooli Chen
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Right now, kids need comfortable, cute, seasonally appropriate clothes that will make them excited to get dressed in something other than pajamas. That's where H&M comes in. The brand's latest collaboration is with Taiwanese illustrator Whooli Chen, and the clothes are insanely adorable. Besides being made with Texloop fabric, which takes high-value cotton waste and processes it into a recycled cotton fabric, the designs are so adorable, we know kids will be obsessed.
These 12 pieces are perfectly cute and comfortable, and they're just what you need to get your kids out of their pajamas. Plus, there's a little bag shaped like a bunny that might just be the most precious thing we've seen. Keep on reading to shop the sustainable, affordable collection.