The Giving Movement, the first sustainable athleisure brand manufactured in the UAE, has just introduced the first edition of their kid’s collection to their brand offering this month.
The collection caters to children from ages 2 until 12 and includes a variety of unisex options, fit for both boys and girls.
The local label’s all-time favorites and best-sellers will now be joined by 9 new styles across joggers, hoodies, leggings, cycle shorts, crew neck sweaters, oversized T-shirts, and regular fit for your mini-mes! The kids’ collection will also include t-shirts, sweat shorts and masks with an adjustable ear strap for the little ones.
Part of The Giving Movement’s latest drop this summer, the kids’ collection is a mini-version of the adult’s wear – making it the perfect mini-me collection for parents and their kids to match a full look.
“We’re very excited to introduce the kids line,” says Dominic Nowell-Barnes, Founder of The Giving Movement, “As it’s our promise to cater to every one of our clients’ needs, there’s no doubt the little ones are also a priority to be taken into consideration,” he added.
What makes The Giving Movement even more unique is the makeup of the fabrics they use to produce their garments. A strong focus on being as sustainable and eco-friendly as possible, the collection of loungewear and active wear features super soft bamboo fleece, used for loungewear, which has now been upgraded to give a more premium and fuller feel with a 27% addition of cotton thrown into the blend, giving more structure to the silhouette while maintaining its luxe feel. The recycled polyester fabric that the brand uses for active wear has also been upgraded with a brushed technique, giving it extra softness, and making it even more comfortable to wear and softer than ever for sensitive skin.
The new collection features three ranges of color palettes- monochromes, neutrals and color pops perfect for the summer months!
Timeless and practical for all year round, The Giving Movement’s new collection is available on the website www.thegivingmovement.com, Ounass, Angels, Sivvi Kids in both UAE and KSA, as well as Rubaiyat in KSA.