kidscase + Antoine Peters
Launch AW16 | 17 capsule collection

Kidscase teamed up with fashion designer and freshly father Antoine Peters to celebrate the birth of his baby boy Alf.
This new collaboration resulted in the playful
AW 16 | 17 kidscase + Antoine Peters all-round capsule collection. Inspired by kids in general and little Alf in particular the collection symbolizes children’s disarming, contagious smiles and inquisitive nature. It is all about children having fun and exploring uncharted waters.

Antoine: “For me it’s really important to take kids seriously. Because of that I designed clothes that I actually would love to wear myself!”



It’s all about shades, shapes and textures! True to our distinctive concept of colour, we present an ingenious blend of warm ocre, night blue, red highlights and subtle undertones of blush and off-white. Designs are free-style and ready for the rough, while maintaining a serene and clean essence plus a keen eye for detail. Features include structured knits, double-faced fabrics and tricksy graphics. Made with care for people and earth.
For the newborns there are delicate tonal knitwear and jersey looks in softened powder shades of blended blue, rose, soft greys and yellow, with playful modern accents of emerald, ocre and blush. Baby- and kidswear expand with structured knit cardigans, chunky knitwear with zigzag patterns and organic double-faced jerseys in a bold and pinstripe mix, along with jerseys with graphic patterns or in solid mélange. The woven Ramsey styles with check pattern give the collection a vibrant touch, as do our signature geometric tights and knee-highs. All-in-all the collection confers as ever a mood of lightsome sophistication and liquid comfort, ranging from timeless garments to fashion-led designs and prints.



Kidscase is a small, indie company, founded in 2000 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, by Jacqueline van Nieuwkerk (design) and marketer Merel Verbrugge (sales & publicity). Our aim is to design collections that fit the lifestyle of individualistic and modern parents and their children.