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Lacuna Child Ltd create and produce luxury separates for babies and children up to age 6. The inspiration for the company came in the shape of a beautiful redhead born in 2017. Even though she lives in America with my daughter and her family she made my dream of a baby and childrenswear brand come to life. The ethos behind the brand is that everything is ethically considered from the choice of fabrics, to the welfare of the manufacturing staff to the packaging used without compromising at any stage on style, quality and providence.
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The vision for the company is to be the goto brand for luxury childrenswear pieces known for their luxury, quality and ethical consideration, all of which have equal importance. The key staples in the range are sweatshirts and joggers, designed with a generous fit, easy to wear, durable and stylish. Added to these are a range of oversized t shirts, with contrast rib to match the sweatshirts and joggers. The range is completed with bombers jackets made from luxury quilted fabrics and organic linings. The incredible finish to the inside of these jackets makes them almost reversible. The clothes are complimented with hair accessories including a range of small and large scrunchies, made using the offcuts of the organic velour and finished using organic elastic. The joy of these pieces is the £2 from the sale of every scrunchie is given to CoppaFeel, a charity that educates the younger demographic on the importance of breast care. The scrunchies are sold not only sold on our website but through hairdressers and beauticians to reach the group of people CoppaFeel are keen to educate. The message behind the charity is that the Founder, Kris Hallenga was 23 years old when she was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Now age 35 she has spent all the years in between educating people about cancer diagnosis in the under 30 age group. Giving back to society was a key point when setting up the business. Not only that but the given charity had to resonate with me and the local community. Following a discussion with my fab friend and hairdresser led me to being introduced to Sarah Allerton, a beautiful 27 year old mother of one who was recording her breast cancer story through her Instagram account @my_bc_diary21. Happily Sarah is winning the battle after a challenging 2021 and the funds on the JustGiving page #sarahsscrunchies continue to grow.