In The News: D&G Honoured with Ambrogina D’oro

Italian designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana are set to receive the Ambrogino D’oro, the most

prestigious prize awarded by the city of Milan to prominent citizens for their contribution to humanitarian

and social causes.


The award, which has been given out for the past 45 years, gets its name from Saint Ambrogio, Milan’s patron

saint, who is celebrated on the same day the award is given.


“We are extremely honoured and excited to receive this award,” Gabbana told WWD. “Milan is not only our city and

where our home is, but also the place that allowed us to make our dream come true. Milan has given us a lot and we

cannot be but happy that our work contributed to its well-being.”


The designers have been expanding their brand over the past few years, amongst their newer additions is their

D&G Junior line which is sold on and includes some fantastic items for any mini fashionista,

including the most talked about childrens holiday dresses this year:


 The D&G Junior Cream Silk ‘Special Occasion’  Dress, priced at £850.00



The D&G Junior‘Renaissance’ Silk Dress, priced at £541.50.


Get That Imps & Elfs Look


These cheeky little Imps & Elfs ensembles, picked out and photographed by the sweet stylist from,

are perfect for a casual day out this holiday season.




Imps & Elfs: Charcoal Stripe Knit Cardigan, £49.50



Caramel Baby & Child: Stripy Robin Hat, £38.503406-0


Imps & Elfs: Dark Denim Jeans With Turn-Up, £50.00







Imps & Elfs: Unisex Paint Splash Jeans, £73.503591-0


Imps & Elfs: Red and Navy Striped Roll Neck, £65.003266-0





Imps & Elfs: Grey Strap Dress, £36.00



Imps & Elfs: Grey And Navy Stripe Tights, £28.003089-0


Imps & Elfs: Royal Blue High Neck Tunic Top, £17.503090-0

Easy Rider: A Bike Kids will Love and Parents will Admire



When Andy Loveland wanted to get his three-year-old son riding a bike sans training wheels, he could not find a

product on the market that suited his needs.


So instead of winging about it or settling for an imperfect product, he set out to create a bike that would meet

his requirements, and evidently the requirements of other parents, resulting in the conception of Early Rider

in 2006.


What Andy created was a bike that would allow parents to teach their children how to ride safely, without using

stabilisers. Mr. Loveland made the bikes with a sit and go philosophy, ensuring children could do exactly that,

learning first to balance, pedal free and gradually moving up to steering.


The stylish and safe bikes are exquisitely crafted in FSC approved birch veneer with various chic design details, like the

 retro embossed flame, making them a green and stylish accessory for your fashionable on-the-go tot.

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