The thing I possibly like the most about Babyccino is that I get to meet some pretty talented people with a lot of passion and a huge amount of energy. The other week I had a coffee with Florence, the lovely designer of these new dolls, which she christened the Pigmées. The idea for the Pigmées came out of a whole creative process: Florence wanted to create a world of children’s designs completely based on her own taste and instincts (and luckily she has great taste and instincts). The Pigmée dolls are very simple as they are neither female nor male, nor necessarily human. They are whatever a child wants them to be.
The dolls come in different ranges –the limited edition dolls are made out of vintage linen, the special edition ones have been designed under the Ketiketa umbrella with the little Ketiketa symbol hand stamped on them, and the simple edition is made out of 100% white cotton. You can pick up the Pigmée dolls at Serendipity, Paris’ best children’s interior decoration store, or contact Florence directly by email.