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DRESSES

Beach to Bardot

From getting-up to dressing-up, keep your cool in the heat with our latest summer dresses. Mini, midi or maxi, slip, smock or wrap, these bright-and-breezy styles were made for long days in sun, holiday or not. Go nomad with trending tribal patterns, or look to the Riviera for inspo with nautical stripe styles. Either way, keep shoulders on show with the ever popular bardot.

TOPS

Top it up

For throw-on-and-go cool this season, look no further than our summer top range. Figure-flattering bodysuits, updated with frilly overlays, can be slipped under shorts, culottes or even a miniskirt, while peplum camis and raw hemmed crop vests fall loosely over the body for off-the-clock styling.

BOTTOMS

Skirting around

Give trousers back to the boys this summer, in favour of a high-waisted wrap skirt. Available across a range of camo, stripe and tribal patterns, style with a crop top for an instant daywear upgrade. Alternatively, slip into a pair of sun-loving shorts for an easy-to-wear, easy-to-pack wardrobe go-to.

Nobody’s Business

‘Nobody’s Business’ is your go-to destination for all things fashion, style and culture. See how your favourite celebs and bloggers are wearing Nobody’s Child, discover what’s going down on the catwalk, or read one of our various ‘how to’ guides, covering anything from taking a better selfie to getting more Instagram followers.

Instagram

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About Us

Fast Fashion With a Conscience
Fast Fashion With a Conscience

Nobody’s Child is a London-based fashion brand with a very simple belief:
that fast fashion doesn’t have to be synonymous with low quality or questionable manufacturing practices.

But we’ve always known that being an ethical brand would involve more than good intentions alone; it would require planning and infrastructure. Which is why, for the past ten years, we have been building our supply and production capabilities, putting everything in place so that today we weave and dye our own fabrics, design and produce our own prints, and make our garments in our own factories.

It’s because we control the entire process, that we can keep costs down and quality high - without having to compromise on our ethical standards.
We own factories in the UK, Europe and Asia. Our knitting plant, dye house, print facility and distribution centre are all based here in the UK. We design all of our clothes in our central London atelier and we shoot our imagery in our own photographic studios.

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