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Zolima Fashions


Green never looked so trendy. That's because with Zolima, a new retro-chic accessory and garment brand for savvy kids, fashion and eco-fabrics go hand in hand. The collection is for children from 0 to 12 years and evokes the magical Far East of the 1930'??s.

French designer Nicole Andrianjaka de Surville reinterprets Asian graphic symbols in a creative and contemporary style. Zolima's signature symbol is the peony, a traditional Chinese icon.


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Fibers are natural with an eco-friendly ethos. Organic cotton, linen, silk and cashmere are used throughout the seasons. We featured on of her tops, butt also want to call out the delightful little suitcases, purses and other small accessories that would bring joy to any admirers. Mums make-up and jewelry find also their way.

All accessories are made in exclusive prints designed by and for Zolima on rich satins and canvas made in 100% organic cotton. Look for the collection this summer in the US for more information head to

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