Royal Museums, Kite Soar with Sustainable Clothing

The sustainable children’s clothing line will launch this summer.
License Global

January 23, 2020


Kite and Royal Museums Greenwich have partnered to launch a new kids’ clothing collection. The sustainable range targets kids age 0 to 11 and will launch during the summer.

 “We are delighted to be working with Kite on this adorable range of planet-friendly children’s clothing inspired by the four Royal Museums Greenwich sites,” says Elizabeth Bowers, brand licensing consultant, Royal Museums Greenwich. “It has been a pleasure to work with a company who are so passionate about producing ethical, sustainable clothing, and it is exciting to see our themes transformed into fun designs and beautiful outfits made from the softest organic cotton.”

Designs in the collection are inspired by RMG’s collection of objects with themes including royal history, space and maritime across the four sites including the Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, the Queen’s House and the National Maritime Museum.

“We have loved working with Royal Museums Greenwich to develop some really special styles for our autumn/winter

2020 collection,” says Jo Spragg, product director, Kite. “We’ve poured all our passion and care into this capsule range and, as self-confessed lovers of interesting facts, are delighted that each of the new designs has a fascinating backstory of exploration and adventure that children will enjoy discovering.”

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